Over one million patrons have seen a HIT Productions’ show across 4000+ performances.
A combined total of 2000 Australian venue visits have been made involving 270 different venues. Over one million kilometres traversed by HIT Productions across the length and breadth of Australia.
Since 1999, the company has successfully completed 95 major theatre tours across 1000+ weeks of touring which has included some of the most extensive national tours ever staged in Australia, such as Jeanie Linders’ Menopause The Musical® (2008-2012) which ran for 152.5 weeks across 276 venues and also toured to New Zealand; David Williamson’s The Club (2007-2008) which ran for 35 weeks across 80 venues; Williamson’s Let the Sunshine (2012) which ran for 24 weeks across 59 venues and Jonathan Biggins’ Australia Day (2015-2016) which ran for 25 weeks to 59 venues. In 2017 as part of an extensive suite of touring productions the company toured their acclaimed production of Always…Patsy Cline (touring to 60+ venues across 30+ weeks 2016-2017) and their Creative Victoria funded tour of Shirley Valentine.
In 2018 HIT Productions rolled out an extensive suite of 14 touring productions including remounts of All My Love, Always…Patsy Cline, Glorious! and their anniversary tour of Hotel Sorrento.
In 2019 HIT Productions will tour The Sapphires by Tony Briggs which is now extending into 2020 for another extensive national tour. A total 160+ locations will be reached across the two years making it the most expansive tour ever staged in Australia.
Along with producing its quality theatre productions HIT has also tour coordinated some of Australia’s most high-profile music artists’ shows including Rumour Has It: Naomi Price as Adele, Luke Kennedy: His Voice and musical theatre icon Geraldine Turner’s: Turners Turn.
In 2018 HIT’s affiliated touring arm CHE Touring has toured Australia’s 2017 Eurovision Song Contest entrant and Sony Music artist Isaiah Firebrace amongst some of Australia’s highest profile comedy artists including Nazeem Hussain, Peter Rowsthorn, Fiona O’Loughlin and Urzila Carlson.