Covid Safety at Melville Theatre
Melville Theatre Company is committed to ensuring the safety of patrons.
Proof of double dose vaccination is required for those aged 16 and older for indoor entertainment venues including theatres. Masks are also required to be worn inside our premises. For more information, visit https://www.wa.gov.au/government/covid-19-coronavirus
To help venue staff assist your entry, please allow extra time by arriving early and bringing your proof of vaccination and a valid ID or a valid medical exemption. Acceptable forms of identification are detailed on the WA Government’s Proof of COVID-19 vaccinations page
We remain, as always, committed to the safety of the community, and our aim is that everyone can enjoy the arts in safety.
If you feel unwell before a show, we ask that you please stay home in order to keep our community safe. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (08) 9255 3336 prior to the show and we can assist with rebooking or a credit.
Music and lyrics by Meredith Stepien and Mark Swiderski and a book by Matt Lang, Nick Lang, and Brian Holden with additional writing by Meredith Stepien
Directed by Craig Griffen
by Henrik Ibsen adapted by Eamonn Flack
Directed by Thomas Dimmick
Things I Know to be True
by Andrew Bovell
Directed by Vanessa Jensen
October 28—November 12
All seasons are subject to change.