The stage is set for a full season to bump-in to the Princess Theatre and Earl Arts Centre in 2022.
The 21 show season program was released on Tuesday evening and included theatre, dancer, music, circus, and cabaret.
The program features 10 Tasmanian works alongside national names and shows such as Opera Australia, The Australian Ballet, shake & stir theatre, The Wharf Revue, and Circa.
Programs manager Stuart Loone said it was gratifying to put together a substantial offering for Launceston that the team were proud of.
"Ambition is good in times like these. We're really pleased to be putting out a full year's worth of excellent live performance, and I'm very confident that there are no time-wasters here," he said.
"It's all performance of the highest quality that will excite, entertain and provoke."
Some of the interstate works include a new stage adaption of Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre and the story of Charles Darwin's voyage on the HMS Beagle in The Wider Earth.
Tasmanian productions include Girl Running, Boy Falling from Mudlark Theatre and The Princess Returns 2 written and performed by Greg Leong.
"It's always been really important to Theatre North to provide a platform for Tasmanian artists," Mr Loone said.
"Part of our mandate for sure is to connect Launceston audiences to the best of national theatre ... but we want to foster the [Tasmanian] relationships too."
Ballet lovers will have the chance to see works from The Australian Ballet, Victorian State Ballet, and Imperial Russian Ballet.
First Nations works and family-orientated works also feature in the program, with Theatre North focused on being inclusive and diverse.
"We need to elevate voices that have not previously been elevated," Mr Loone said.
"We are are really proud of the work we do to connect Northern Tasmanian audiences to some of the best performances going around".
"I knew it needed to be a really optimistic season so I was looking for shows of calibre that can elevate us."
Friends of Theatre North memberships are available and entitle members to an exclusive booking period through until December 1, when general public tickets go live.
For more information visit theatrenorth.com.au.
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