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Torch Song Trilogy by Harvey Fierstein


All good things come in threes. 
A heart felt revival of Harvey Fierstein’s classic play with music.

Funny and poignant, Harvey Fierstein’s intensely personal collection of three plays chronicles a Jewish New York drag-queen’s quest for love, respect and a life of which he can be proud.

From a failed affair with a reluctant lover, to a burgeoning relationship with a young fashion model, Arnold Beckoff’s greatest torment in life remains his turbulent relationship with his mother.

In celebration of Darlinghurst Theatre Company’s 25th Anniversary, we continue our longstanding tradition of telling LGBTQI stories with the reprisal of director Stephen Colyer’s 2013 critically acclaimed Torch Song Trilogy. 

“Director Stephen Colyer has created a wickedly funny and energetic trilogy” – Sydney Arts Guide

Simon Corfield is gorgeous in the show….Torch Song Trilogy was a landmark in gay theatre and this revival is simply excellent.” - SX Magazine. 

“Immensely funny, entertaining and moving.” – Australian Stage

Hilary Cole
Simon Corfield
Imraan Daniels
Tim Draxl
Stephen Madsen
Kate Raison​

Director: Stephen Colyer
Musical Director: Phil Scott
Set Designer: Imogen Ross
Lighting Designer: Ben Brockman
Costume Designer: Katja Handt
Sound Designer: Nate Edmondson
Stage Manager: Sam Johnson

Produced by Darlinghurst Theatre Company
Supported by Kawai



Event details

Venue: Eternity Playhouse, 39 Burton Street Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Bookings: www.darlinghursttheatre.com/whats-on/torch-song-trilogy

Previews: Wed 1 August, Thur 2 August & Fri 3 August.
Season: Sunday 5 August - Sun 26 August

Tue - Sat: 7.00pm
Sun: 5pm

Standard $54
Concession $44
Groups (8+) $44
Industry* $38
Under 30* $38
Preview $38
No Booking Fees
$4 per ticket exchange fee for non-Subscribers

*Available Tue, Wed & Thu only

BOOK ONLINE www.darlinghursttheatre.com/whats-on/torch-song-trilogy
OR CALL: (02) 8356 9987


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