There are no further Artist Night performances for Season 2017, but Artist Nights will be returning in 2018!
For a $10 membership fee, practising theatre artists can access a $29 ticket for two designated performances to 11 MTC productions in 2018. This exclusive discount represents a significant saving over other industry discounts and is designed to encourage and ensure accessibility for artists to see and experience the work of their peers.
The full program and application information will be released in the coming weeks, however please note that there will be no Artist Night performances for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time or Twelfth Night. The best way to secure tickets to these productions is with an MTC Subscription package.
In 2018, $29 Artist Night tickets will be available for two designated performances to 11 MTC productions. The full program will be confirmed in the coming weeks.
In 2017, MTC Artist Night tickets were available for the following performances:
Born Yesterday / Friday 20 January
John / Friday 17 February
Faith Healer / Friday 10 March
Three Little Words / Thursday 4 May
Minnie & Liraz / Friday 19 May
Macbeth / Saturday 10 June
Noises Off / Thursday 13 July
Di and Viv and Rose / Fri 18 August
Hay Fever / Friday 29 September
The Father / Friday 3 November
Vivid White / Friday 24 November
MTC’s Artist Night program is a membership program, open to a specific group (refer to ‘Who is eligible?’ below).
The membership period follows MTC’s annual Main Season (typically a calendar year).
Cost of membership for 2018 is $10.
For each Mainstage production, MTC will nominate a specific performance as the Artist Night. Members will be eligible to purchase a single ticket to this performance for $29 in A-Reserve or B-Reserve (subject to availability). Should demand for a nominated performance exceed expectation, MTC may offer an overflow performance at its sole discretion.
The Artist Night ticket will be available for purchase at the box office or online (the account the membership was purchased with must be used to be recognised for this price). Online booking fees will be waived where the only ticket being purchased in the order relates to this program.
Tickets are not available for exchange or refund except in accordance with the LPA ticketing code of practice.
To be eligible for a season membership, theatre artists will need to provide proof of their being a practicing professional artist in the industry.
For this program, MTC defines Theatre Artist as the following roles: Playwright, Director, Dramaturg, Performer, Designer (Set, Costume, Lighting, Sound, AV), Composer, Choreographer
For this program, MTC defines Practising Professional as someone who has dedicated their career to the role of being an Artist, whilst understanding that other employment at times may be necessary to sustain a freelance career
As proof of being a practising professional artist, the applicant must provide a sufficient selection of the following:
- Proof of valid MEAA membership showing relevant profession
- Link to active Showcast entry or agents website
- Proof of valid Theatre Network Australia membership (this will be verified with TNA)
- Link to online folio
- Or if none of the above can be verified, a link to a website of another company to corroborate the individuals work can be supplied