Acknowledgment of country

Polyglot acknowledges that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live and create, and we pay our respects to Elders past and present. For more than 65,000 years, children and families have created and played here, and we are grateful to make our art on this country too.


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A Paper Planet production photo. A small child throws paper into the air while their adult looks on. They are in a theatrically lit space, filled with tall brown cardboard trees. Photo: Katje Ford, Sydney Opera House.

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A Come Back Home production photo. A child wearing a paper hat joyfully points to colourful fabric bunting hanging above them. Other children and families create and play in the background. They are on a large stage, illuminated with bright theatrical lighting. Photo: Studio Znke, courtesy of Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, Singapore

9 Jun 2023 E-News

Polyglot’s June e-news

Cycles and seasons Recently, Artistic Director Cat Sewell led the Polyglot staff team in a reflective activity about cycles and seasons. What they mean......

A Pram People production photo. Adults wearing headphones decorated with brightly coloured ribbons dance with their baby next to their pram, which is decorated similarly. Other families with prams and headphones are visible in the background. Photographer: Theresa Harrison

18 May 2023 E-News

Polyglot’s May e-news

Harnessing momentum 2022 was an ambitious year of renewed activity, re-connection and purposeful change for Polyglot. We’re thrilled to share our 2022 Annual Report, which......

A Paper Planet production photo. A wide shot showing a forest of tall, brown cardboard trees in a darkened theatre space. The trees are illuminated with theatre lighting.

12 Apr 2023 E-News

Polyglot’s April e-news

Melbourne to NYC, Győr to Cairns Our beloved Paper Planet is back at Fed Square! It premiered here in 2011 and has gone on to......

A When the World Turns production photo. An adult shows a message written on wrinkled brown paper to a child, who is smiling. They are surrounded by green plants. Photographer: Theresa Harrison

20 Mar 2023 Sector & Advocacy

World Day of Theatre for Children and Young People 2023

World Day of Theatre for Children and Young People has been celebrated by ASSITEJ International on 20 March since 2001, and promoted through the message ‘take a......

An outdoor Bees production photo. A Polyglot artist in an intricate black and yellow bee costume crouches on a green lawn. A small child, holding their parent's arm, looks at them intently. Other families are visible in the background, and the grassy area is surrounded by trees. Photographer: Theresa Harrison

3 Mar 2023 E-News

Polyglot’s March e-news

“Follow their curiosity” Polyglot has enjoyed a wonderful start to the year, having already reached over 5000 people through performances, workshops and creative developments.......

A Family Forts production photo. Two Polyglot artists and a group of small children draw together on a large white surface on the floor. Photographer: Suzanne Phoenix

24 Feb 2023 Education News

“At the basis of creating, we have play.”

February Education News In January, Polyglot welcomed Cat Sewell, our new Artistic Director and co-CEO. She brings extensive experience in participatory theatre, working as......