The HSC Symposiums

For Education Season 2021

Learn about our

HSC Symposiums

Essential opportunities to deepen your student’s practical understanding through experiencing and analyzing key scenes and characters in performance.

Richard III and 
Looking for Richard
This historical tragedy is the final story in the War of the Roses cycle.
The Tempest
And Hagseed
Very likely the last play Shakespeare wrote on his own, The Tempest is a story which contains elements of both comedy and tragedy.
The Crucible
Explore how complex themes are represented to us through the conventions of a live stage tragedy.
Henry IV
Part One
Discover Shakespeare’s history play in an exploration of the Sun and its Shadow.
The Merchant
of Venice
A look into our struggle to know the difference between mercy and justice.
Waiting for
Godot
Godot asks us - how do we express the inexpressible human experience?
Summer of the
Seventeenth Doll
Dive into Lawler’s 1950s classic to learn about Realism, identity and gender roles.
Traditions in 
Australian Theatre
In this popular genre, learn about The Removalists and Norm and Ahmed.
Hamlet
Explore and evaluate how literary texts can invite responders to engage with the interior worlds of individuals.
Henry IV
Part One
Waiting for
Godot
Summer of the
Seventeenth Doll

Dates and Booking

Seymour Centre

The Crucible

March 15

March 19 

March 22

May 28

10am

10am

10am

10am

The merchant of Venice

March 16

May 25

10am

10am

The Tempest

June 10

1pm

Waiting for Godot

March 18

May 26

10am

2pm

Henry iV

March 17

May 27

10am

10am

A Doll's House

May 26

10am

Summer of the 

Seventeenth doll

March 22

May 25

2pm

2pm

Richard III

March 23

March 24

May 27

10am 

10am

2pm

Riverside Theatres

The Tempest

May 21

May 24

1pm

1pm

Run Time | 180mins incl. interval 

 

(The Tempest runs for 120mins. )

Address | 8 Marlborough Street, Surry Hills, NSW 2010

 

Phone | +61 (02) 8970 1921