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Mission of Abhinay School is to nurture the hearts and minds of Australians through the creative arts. Abhinay means “the art of performing” in Sanskrit, and in its meaning is the essence of Abhinay School of Performing Arts. The school offers a unique platform to aspiring and established performers, be it in the form of acting, dance or music. The school is dedicated to promoting Subcontinental art and culture and Hindi language through instructional classes and live performances. Formerly known as Abhinay Theatre, it’s artistic programs reflect the Indian-Australian connections and strive to expand the Subcontinental culture’s expressive range, fostering its stylistic evolution in Australia.
PO Box 572 Nowra, NSW, Australia 2541 Illawarra & Near South Coast
AMTC has always valued its place in the community. We have an annual donation to charities, emergency relief appeals and we support the Shoalhaven Eisteddfod. At various times we have dedicated shows to raise money for a charitable cause. We provide scholarships to young people and provide opportunity for students to work backstage to support their coursework. We also participate in community events such as the River Festival. We carefully select our shows both for their entertainment value and audience appeal. And we also consider the opportunities they provide to a variety of performers and theatre people from the young to old and from semi-professional to newcomers.
AWTCo is a non-profit organisation run entirely by volunteers, dedicated to promoting involvement in and development of the performing arts in Albury-Wodonga and surrounding regions. For over 50 years, the Albury Wodonga Theatre Company (AWTCo) has been our city's local and community-based performing arts organisation. AWTCo operates from its own premises, including large set-building factory plus performance space, located at 234 Olive St South Albury, NSW. Whatever your interest, you'll find an opportunity to explore it at AWTCo, so drop us a line today via the home page of our website or by sending us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Miner's Lamp Theatre Corrimal, NSW, Australia 2518
Over the years, the Arcadians Theatre Group has been a proud and active contributor to life in the Illawarra. Our Group was instrumental in the development of the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre and in 1993 we celebrated 30 years of entertaining the people of the Illawarra with the biggest grossing non-metropolitan season of Les Miserables. 20 years later we celebrated our 50th anniversary by staging the Illawarra premiere of The Phantom of the Opera. This successful sell out season was highly acclaimed has and galvanized the Group to continue to bring excellent theatre to the Illawarra. Many charities and groups in the area have benefited from donations raised by our members, and we continue to provide opportunities for performers, musicians and technical crew to practice and enjoy their craft. Some of our members have gone on to highly successful theatrical careers – most notably Australia’s original Phantom of the Opera, Anthony Warlow. Performing in a range of venues, with a membership of around 200 – 250 made up of general members, The Arcadians Children’s Theatre, the Arcadians Minstrels and the Arcadians Lamplighters Male Voice Choir, we plan to continue the Arcadians tradition well into the 21st century.
Ars Musica Australis (AMA) is a not-for-profit community-based arts organisation which is dedicated to the encouragement and financial support of talented young Australians involved in artistic and cultural disciplines. AMA is focused on assisting highly talented, and underprivileged, young people to achieve excellence in music performance, composition, music therapy, dance, visual arts and community cultural development. In our time, we have provided over 200 Arts Fellowships for young Australians to follow their passion.
The Arts Theatre Cronulla is a community theatre located in the heart of Cronulla. We are dedicated to providing high quality theatre for the people of St. George and Sutherland Shire. We present an annual season of four productions selected from the best of Australian and international theatre. Each production runs for 22 performances over 6 weeks. New members are always welcome! If you would like to act, build and paint sets, operate technical equipment, help out with Props & Wardrobe, Box Office or Front of House, join the Arts Theatre Cronulla and get involved in a great community of theatre that love making theatre!
Contact via our website or social media
Ashfield Musical Society
Ashfield Musical Society is a community based company presenting two musicals a year.
Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) is a not-for-profit national youth theatre company located in Woolloomooloo, New South Wales, Australia. ATYP has been bridging the divide between young people and professional theatre practice since 1963. Australia’s oldest and largest youth theatre company, we are driven to create work that impacts the way young people engage with theatre nationally.
Musicals - Plays - Youth Theatre Ballina Players is one of the oldest amateur theatre groups in Australia. In the last 12 years, Ballina Players has presented a regular season of comedy, drama, musicals and cabaret. With 5 productions each year, each production has ensured a fresh inflow of talent from Ballina and surrounding districts while at the same time, the theatre has continued to develop and expand its production facilities and to improve the audience environment for patrons. The traditional pattern of productions since 2006 has been: March (comedy/drama play); Jun/July (musical); September (comedy/drama play); Nov/Dec (musical); and January (youth musical).
Musicals - Plays - Costume Rental Bankstown Theatre Company (formerly known as Bankstown Theatrical Society) is a community non-profit organisation whose objective is to stage high quality musical productions and plays. Our multi talented members contribute to all facets of our stage productions, both on and off the stage. They are involved in a myriad of tasks ranging from costuming, designing and building sets, lighting, properties, selling tickets, seating patrons and selling refreshments. The company rehearses at the Bankstown Arts Centre and we stage 3-4 productions a year. These are currently performed at the Bankstown Arts Centre.
BTP is a very active community theatre company of more than 200 members, operating in their own theatre, in Batemans Bay, on the South Coast of New South Wales, Australia. The group presents four productions each year, encompassing Comedy, Drama, Farce, and Musicals. This includes biennial Musical productions and variety shows by our dynamic and lively Youth Theatre Group. We also have The Bay Theatre Singers, a peripatetic choir, who perform all over the place, and a static but extensive Costume Hire Shop. We set high standards of theatre and of having fun! The Bay Theatre Players, P.O. Box 392, Batemans Bay 2536 Contact via our website or social media
Berowra Musical Society Incorporated was formed in 1986 and has grown to become one of the premier theatre groups on Sydney's North Shore. BMSI performs 2 major shows each year and a Christmas Pantomime. We warmly welcome anyone wishing to join our society.
Musicals - Plays Blackout Theatre Company is a not for profit amateur theatre company and we have been proudly entertaining the audiences of Western Sydney for almost 20 years. (Formerly Blacktown Theatre Company)
Bringing quality musical theatre to the community since 1981. Since 1986, BMMS has been rehearsing and proudly presenting operetta, musical comedy, concerts and youth programs at the Springwood Civic Centre. In 2013, renovations began on the venue leaving the society without a home. That year BMMS brought ‘Sweeney Todd’ to the Joan Sutherland Centre in Penrith, in 2014 ‘Monty Python’s Spamalot’ was staged at Penrith Panthers, and ‘Cats’ at Penrith Anglican College. 2015 will see a return to Penrith Panthers with ‘The Who’s Tommy’, and a long awaited return to the Mountains with ‘Phantom of the Opera’ being performed at the newly named Blue Mountains Theatre and Community Hub.