2020 THERRY SUBSCRIPTION
Subscribing to Therry is the equivalent of receiving almost half-price tickets. It's top quality and the best value Adelaide live theatre entertainment., conveniently brought to the stage at The Arts Theatre, 53 Angas Street, Adelaide. Membership entitles you to two tickets (double) or one ticket (single) to three of our four shows (first, third and fourth) and discounts to the June musical (the South Australian premiere of Titanic, the Musical). With the exception of the musical, if you can't attend a show, that voucher is valid to bring guest/s to another. Effectively, membership entitles you to six tickets (three for singles) for three “straight plays” (March, August, November) during 2020. And you can choose if you wish to include the musical in your subscription.
Therry members have access to our exclusive 'permanent seating' service - that is, the same seats for the same performance for each show (for example, first Friday, first Saturday matinee, second Thursday, second Saturday evening etc). If you are a 2019 permanent seater and wish to continue the service, or if you are a new or renewing member wishing to take advantage of the scheme for the first time, please do NOT pay for your subscription through this trybooking service. Please ring Amanda Mon to Fri, 10 am to 5 pm: 8278 1818.
Therry shows are often nominated for and/or win awards (Adelaide Theatre Guide Curtain Call Awards, The Theatre Association of South Australia's Encore Awards and Adelaide Critics Circle Awards).
2020 MEMBERSHIP FEES
- A single without the musical ($55) 2. A single including the musical ($81)
- A double without the musical ($100) 4. A double including the musical ($152)
If you choose not to pay in advance for the musical, you still receive the special members’ price of $26 per adult when booking later in the year. Standard adults tickets are $35 and concession $29.
Thursday, 19 to Saturday, 21 March and Wed, 25 to Saturday, 28 March at 8 pm. Matinees both Saturdays at 2 pm
Twentieth Century Directed by Kerrin White
By Ben Hecht & Charles MacArthur (2004 adaptation by Ken Ludwig). Broadway ballyhoo meets Hollywood hustle! This comedy is set on the luxury train, The Twentieth Century Limited, travelling from Chicago to New York's Grand Central Station. Aboard are egomaniacal theatre producer Oscar Jaffe, desperately in need of a hit show, and his former paramour and protégé, volatile actress Lily Garland, who abandoned him for a Hollywood career. Oscar is determined to sign her for his new show. Lily is just as determined to ignore his advances, professional and personal. Trying to make sense of the chaos are his long-time and long-suffering assistants Webb and O'Malley. Other hilarious characters include George, Lily's lover, Max (another ex-lover and producer) and a religious fanatic escaped from an institution.
Thursday, 4th to Saturday, 6th and Wednesday, 10th to Saturday, 13th at 8 pm. Matinees both Saturdays at 2 pm
Titanic the Musical, the South Australian premiere brought to the Therry stage by the award-winning team of Director Amanda Rowe, Musical Director Mark DeLaine and Choreographer Kerry-Lynne Hauber. Music and lyrics by Maury Yeston, book by Peter Stone - winner of five Tony Awards including Best Musical and Best Score.
‘One of the most powerful musical shows you will ever see’.
‘Totally enveloping, completely thrilling’.
‘A truly amazing evening at the theatre’.
Thursday, 13th to Saturday, 15th and Wed, 19th to Saturday, 22nd at 8 pm. Matinees both Saturdays at 2 pm
Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck Directed by Geoff Brittain
Set in California in the mid-1930s - George, an affable migrant farm worker, and Lennie, a towering simple-minded humble young man, bound by George's devotion and Lennie's "pathetic helplessness" … one day, when they've got enough money saved up, they'll buy a little place of their own. (Please note: mature themes 15+)
Thursday, 5th to Saturday, 7th and Wed, 11th to Saturday, 14th at 8 pm. Matinees both Saturdays at 2 pm
The Audience by Peter Morgan Directed by Ben Todd
Every week for her entire reign of almost 70 years, the Queen has met privately with her prime minister – and this play provides glimpses of the woman behind the crown, many of the powerful political figures to hold office, and the moments that shaped a nation.
All shows are at The Arts Theatre, 53 Angas Street, Adelaide with convenient on-street and nearby off-street parking at affordable rates.
Shows venue: The Arts Theatre, 53 Angas Street, Adelaide
Postal address: P O Box 2148, Hilton Plaza, SA 5033.