Created by Scott Parker and Felicity Nicol
Director Felicity Nicol
Performed by Scott Parker
Producer Robbi James
Lighting Designer Ben Brockman
Composer & Sound Designer Kathryn Parker
Multimedia Designer Cheryn Frost
Stage Manager & Operator Roman Benedict

Father, Son, Holy Megachurch

Hillsong has fallen. Brian Houston dethroned. His dynasty disgraced.

Hillsong Boy chronicles the weird and wonderful experiences of ex-Hillsonger, Scott Parker. During his twenty years with the megachurch he experienced the dizzying heights of Christian celebrity, and the lonely lows of being cast aside, all whilst keeping a desperate secret. Scott is queer, and there’s no such thing as a Queer Hillsong Boy.

Original music, autobiography, multimedia, and a leap of faith all collide in this playful revelation of coming out and getting out of one of the most talked about church movements of the 21st Century.

A Hillsong boy through and through, Scott has stories to tell, so pull up a pew and join us for a queer holy communion.


SCOTT PARKER is a theatre maker from Gadigal land (Sydney) and founder of Matriark Theatre, creating original work for young audiences. Highlights include: Eerie Street Pod (Queensland Theatre, Create NSW); Urza and the Song in the Dark (Arts on Tour, Create NSW); The Secret World (Australia Council, FRRR), The Lighthouse at the End of the World (Critical Stages), UnVoiced Pod (Bondi Pavilion). As a performer Scott has worked with CDP, Ninefold, PVI Collective, Mortal Fools (UK), Life and Limb (UK) and Tatwood Puppets (UK). He holds a Bachelor of Dramatic Arts, and attended L’Ecole Philippe Gaulier (FRA).

FELICITY NICOL is an award-winning Performance Director from Sydney, Australia. A graduate NIDA’s Directing MA, she has worked internationally with Ontroerend Goed (BEL), Punchdrunk & Gecko Physical Theatre (UK), Mammalian Diving Reflex (CAN) and The Torontonians (CAN). Locally, she’s worked with ATYP, Matriark Theatre, PACT & Milk Crate Theatre. Felicity’s practice is about shifting assumptions of audiences by changing power dynamics and social contracts. She is a recipient of the Mike Walsh Fellowship, Sandra Bates Directors Award and Penny Cook Creative Associate.


Dates: Friday 22 March and Saturday 23 March @ 8pm

Price: $25 or $20 with an Artist Pass (contact [email protected] for financial hardship and Mob Tickets)

Running time: 60mins


Mature content, sexual themes, mild language, ideologically sensitive themes.

Please Note

Hillsong Boy will be recorded on Saturday 23 March. 


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Car: On-street metered parking around the venue.
Bus: Oxford Street 2 minute walk (333, 373, 399, 392, 394 and M10 buses).
Train: Museum Train Station 10-minute walk.

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Ticket Quantity Price
Friday, March 22 - 8pm

Friday, March 22 - 8pm

Decrease Increase $25.00
Saturday, March 23 - 8pm

Saturday, March 23 - 8pm

Decrease Increase $25.00