Black Swan State Theatre Company of Western Australia acknowledges the Whadjuk people of the Nyoongar Nation as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and live.
First Nations People have been telling stories on this country for many thousands of years, and we acknowledge their incredible contribution to the cultural and environmental landscape we reside in.
We've cast our Tessa
Rising Australian actor Sophia Forrest has been cast in the pivotal role of Tessa Ensler in Black Swan’s exciting new production of Prima...
The Pool by Steve Rodgers
Beloved by audiences and critics alike, The Pool by Steve Rodgers is a nostalgic and heart-warming celebration of the power of community.
Audiences react to The Pool by Steve Rodgers
Watch our audience react to the innovative and heart-warming show, The Pool by Steve Rodgers, presented in association with Perth Festival.
Steve Rodgers and Kate Champion discuss The Pool
Writer Steve Rodgers and Director Kate Champion discuss the inspiration behind The Pool.
Your first look at The Pool by Steve Rodgers
Are you ready for theatre that makes a splash? The Pool by Steve Rodgers, is theatre like you've never seen (or heard) before.
Watch the Dirty Birds on stage
Australia’s beloved McElhinney sisters share the stage for the very first time, taking on starring roles in their debut play, Dirty...
A Roundtable Discussion with the Stars and Creatives of Dirty Birds
Take your seat at the table with the stars and creatives of Dirty Birds, as they let you in on the story, inspiration, and creative...
Interview with Wardrobe Manager Lynn Ferguson
Black Swan's wardrobe manager Lynn Ferguson sat down with The West Australian to discuss what she enjoys about her role at the company.
Q&A with Playwright Andrew Bovell
Black Swan welcomes back one of Australia’s most celebrated writers for the stage and screen - Andrew Bovell with Things I Know To Be True.
Breaking the Silence with Ian Michael
Director Ian Michael (co-writer of York) talks about his connection to The Bleeding Tree and how he plans to give it new life.
Q&A "A Nose By Any Other Name" With Virginia Gay
Actor and playwright Virginia Gay discusses writing a Cyrano not just for the 21st century but for Melbourne in the aftermath of 2020.