• 10 Mar – 1 Apr 21 Upstairs Theatre


  • Venue Upstairs Theatre
  • Dates 10 Mar – 1 Apr 21
  • Supported by
    • The Balnaves Foundation

Click here to view the 2022 production page of At What Cost?

A robust, clear eyed and provocative new Palawa story.

Tasmania, now.

Boyd’s got enough on his plate between keeping a young family together and his responsibilities to land and people.

But something’s happening. Every year more and more folk are claiming to be Palawa too. Folk no-one’s heard of until now, who haven’t been ‘round before. Are they legit? Or are they ‘tick-a-box’? Who decides? And how?

If Boyd’s going to take everyone forward, they’re all going to have to go back, old mob or new, into the island’s knotty past. And they might not like what they find there.

This one will get everyone talking. It’s robust, clear-eyed and asks provocative questions. We’re pleased to introduce our 2019 Balnaves Fellow Nathan Maynard to Belvoir audiences. But I suspect we’ll be hearing a great deal more from him in years to come. – Eamon Flack


  • Full Price (Adult)^ $68 – $89
  • Mates Rates (Adult) $63 – $79
  • Senior* $58 – $79
  • Concession $48 – $69
  • 30-Down# $46 – $61
  • Previews $51 – $56
  • Student Saver# $33 – $48

~ Bookings of 10+ full price adult tickets receive a $10 discount per ticket.
^ Tickets to Saturday and Sunday performances may have an added $5 surcharge.
* Seniors prices are available with an eligible Australian Government-issued Seniors Card.
† Concession prices are available with a full-time student card, Centrelink Pensioner concession card, Veterans’ Affairs cards, and to members of Actors Equity (MEAA), and ArtsHub, and HotHouse Theatre Subscribers.
# 30-Down and Student Saver prices are available for Previews, Tuesday evening, Wednesday evening, Thursday evening, Friday evening, and Saturday matinees.

To claim any concessions you must provide proof.

Full ticket terms and conditions can be found on the Ticket Prices page.

*Based on weekend evening general release ticket price.


  • Nathan Maynard
  • Isaac Drandic
  • Cast

  • Luke Carroll
  • Sandy Greenwood
  • Alex Malone
  • Guy Simon
  • Creatives

  • Jacob Nash
    Set Designer
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    Jacob’s mothers country is in the Daly River region, West of Darwin. He grew up in Brisbane but has spent the last 20 years living in Sydney on Eora Land. His work crosses over between Theatre, Film, TV, Fine Art and Public Art and he uses all these experiences to create iconic images that talk […]

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  • Keerthi Subramanyam
    Costume Designer
  • Chloe Ogilvie
    Lighting Designer
  • Brendon Boney
  • David Bergman
    Sound Designer
  • Luke McGettigan
    Stage Manager
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    Luke is Belvoir’s Resident Stage Manager. For Belvoir, he has stagemanaged My Brilliant Career, A Room of One’s Own, Packer & Sons, Things I Know To Be True, Counting and Cracking, The Dance of Death, A Taste of Honey, Sami in Paradise, Barbara and the Camp Dogs, Ghosts, TheRover, Mark Colvin’s Kidney, Faith Healer, Twelfth […]

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  • Brooke Kiss
    Assistant Stage Manager