In the interest of the health and safety of our audiences, staff and the broader community, HQ tours are unavailable until further notice. We invite you to take a virtual tour of MTC HQ instead - please scroll down to the link. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and wish you and your communities well in the next coming weeks and months.
Take a peek behind the scenes to see how Australia’s oldest professional theatre company operates. Our Sturt Street Headquarters in Southbank is the engine room of the Company, housing the Production, Administrative and Creative departments. Learn more about the rich history of Victoria’s largest theatre company and visit the MTC Production departments, including wigs, wardrobe, properties, scenic art and the set workshop. Suitable for up to 25 students, Year 10 and up. Bookings are essential and subject to availability.
HQ Tours are for education groups only, and are available from 10.30am to 12noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays, subject to availability.
For enquiries or to make a booking, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03 8688 0963.
Unfortunately we do not offer backstage tours of Southbank Theatre.
Take a virtual tour
Can't make it to MTC HQ in person? Take the virtual tour and explore our production headquarters online.
First Peoples Young Artists Program
An opportunity for young First Peoples to learn more about the creative industries.
A year-long enrichment program for Year 11 theatre-lovers to step behind-the-scenes at MTC.
Betty Amsden Youth Scholarship Course
A five-day developmental drama course for students aged between 14 and 16 who have an interest in performing.
A limited number of placements are offered each year to observe rehearsals and assist stage management.
Meet with MTC staff and artists, and be inspired by our productions, in our professional development workshops.
We strive to make creative, theatrical experiences accessible to all students in Victoria.
Complement your excursion with a pre-show talk and post-show Q&A to learn more about the show.
A new initiative of subsidised tickets for disadvantaged schools, travel subsidies, and more opportunities for young people.