Harvest Rain Theatre Company

Harvest Rain Theatre Company is one of Australia's leading musical theatre companies. Based in Brisbane, Australia, the company is renowned for producing high quality, affordable musical theatre productions. The company is widely respected for being a hub of creativity and professional development for emerging artists, and a launching pad from which many artists and smaller companies can develop and thrive.

Since its inception in 1985, Harvest Rain has produced many acclaimed theatre productions at a range of venues throughout Brisbane. From 1985 to 2008 the company operated out of the Sydney Street Theatre in New Farm. Now, Harvest Rain presents most of its major productions at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre at South Bank, while the base of the company's operations and training facility is the Mina Parade Warehouse in Alderley on Brisbane's northside.

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