State Theatre Company South Australia is the state's flagship professional theatre company performing an annual season of classic and contemporary Australian and international theatre works at its main performance home - the Adelaide Festival Centre. The Company is a major community and cultural resource for all South Australians and is vital to artistic life in the state.
State Theatre Company also plays an important role in the bigger picture of the Australian theatre scene, contributing touring productions and providing employment and career opportunities for artists and technical and administrative staff. We are committed to the development of new works for the stage and to the development of South Australian artists through our creative fellowship programs.
Throughout its 45 year history, the Company has played a pivotal role in the careers of many of Australia's leading actors, writers and directors, attracting
artists of the calibre of Neil Armfield, Jim Sharman, Ruth Cracknell, John Wood, Judy Davis, Gale Edwards, Mel Gibson, Geoffrey Rush and Hugo Weaving.
Geordie Brookman is State Theatre Company South Australia's current Artistic Director.