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Tamworth Dramatic Society is a safe group of friends who come together to create beautiful, ephemeral moments of live theatre in the Tamworth Regional Council zone and beyond. This is regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, mental health or religious beliefs. This makes us unique, and we should pursue it. Tamworth Dramatic Society is about giving the regional community the chance to see and be involved with locally produced theatre: both on stage and and backstage (including directing, props, lighting, sound and set design/building).
Tamworth Musical Society is a community not-for-profit organisation, well renowned in the Tamworth region. The Tamworth Musical Society has been providing musical theatre for the people of Tamworth and the surrounding district since 1888. Two major productions are staged each year providing community theatrical experience on stage, in orchestras and behind the scenes for a large number of people. The Society is open to all people who want to have this experience - performers are chosen from auditions for each production, whereas all other jobs are open to volunteers. As well as Actors, the Society needs the services of Directors, Musical Directors, Crew, Set Builders and Scenic Artists, Wardrobe, Make Up, Hairdressers, Sound Engineers and assistants, Lighting Designers and operators for the console and follow spots and Front of House staff - sometimes this can add up to 100 people. If you are interested in being a part of the Tamworth Musical Society, come along to the Orientation Evening or Auditions or make contact with us.
The School at AIPA (formally KICK Performance Group) offers over 100 classes each week to students of all ages and varying abilities. Like other schools, 2020 has certainly thrown challenges our way, but we were able to adapt the curriculum and take classes online within a week of lockdown. 2020 has also allowed us to reassess our curriculum and make exciting changes for 2021 to reflect the new world and the shifts in the industry going forward. Australian sound stages are booked out until 2024. This signifies a huge production boom coming our way. AIPA has jumped to attention consulting with industry professionals in Australia, the US and the UK to ensure that our curriculum reflects the industry and students are trained and ready to work when auditions commence. Throughout lockdown, The School at AIPA film stream students worked with casting directors and producers from the US to keep them on track and continue to build their skills. Semester two 2020 saw the launch of our new Musical Theatre for Screen programme for high school students. 2021 sees the launch of our groundbreaking preschoolers programme “My own little world” and several other exciting changes to well established programmes. Our number one goal at the School at AIPA is to foster a love of performing arts in all our students; whether it is their very first lesson as a tiny tot with mum, dad or gran or you are an experienced vocational student at AIPA. We don’t have favourites or stage mums here, we simply concentrate on offering great, industry relevant classes and programmes. The School at AIPA has a different approach to most schools. We put the person before the performer and design individual programmes for each student. We advise parents of minors when it is time to take the next step for skill development and confidence. AIPA instils self-discipline in each student through achievement and accountability rather than fear or just following what everyone else does. Written reports are issued twice a year and each term an open class is held so that parents and friends can witness the progress. Our approach to Musical Theatre for stage and screen is to train storytellers. Performers who can make us feel. Who can draw in an audience and hold their heart in their hands. Our emphasis is on training triple threats – but with vocals and acting taking precedence and dance coming in a strong third. We encourage students, once they are in high school and serious about their craft to study a short course with AIPA in the US in their chosen field. This is not compulsory, but gives students a solid training goal to work towards. Our students have been part of many world firsts including the first Australian performers in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in NYC (2005), the first Australians in The Hollywood Christmas Parade (2013 & 2017), the first Australians in The Chicago Thanksgiving Day Parade (2017), the first school to be invited back to perform at Universal Studios four years in a row with our performances used as promotional material for the park. Our students have recorded songs at Paramount Studios, Perfect Sound Studios, Westlake Studios and Capitol Records in LA. They have shot short films on the backlots of Universal Studios Hollywood and at the Paramount Ranch. We want to ensure that their resumes are full of industry relevant credits with the industries top professionals. Our success rate (when comparing the number of our current and ex-students actively working vs our enrolment) is higher than any other school in Sydney and we are very proud of this achievement. Some ex-students currently working include include Danielle Macdonald, Mojean Aria, Eliza Scanlen, Matt Castley, Liv Hewson and Leigh Joel Scott. Lots of our students have also gone on to teach at great schools in Australia, New Zealand, London and the US. With classes offered six days a week, we look forward to speaking with you and welcoming you to The School at AIPA in 2021. The School at AIPA Unit 4, 2 George Place, Artarmon (Corner Broughton Road)
Illawarra Performing Arts Centre, 32 Burelli Street Wollongong, NSW, Australia 2500
The Drama Studio, Australia, provides an enriching educational foundation in the dramatic arts for school aged students. Theatre provides a unique platform to inspire and engage young people, develop confidence and nurture their artistry, which in turn, can have a lasting impact on their lives.
The Guild Theatre, Walz Street, Rockdale is one of the foremost amateur theatre groups in Sydney. Established in 1952, the Guild offers its members the opportunity to participate in bringing to its patrons a wide range of dramas and comedies. Your passion for theatre is welcome at the Guild where you can take on multiple roles both on stage and behind the scenes. Individuals can experience all aspects of theatre and master their craft through workshops as well as hands-on roles including acting, directing, set design, lighting, sound operation, stage management, costuming and prompting. Members’ nights, held the week after a production has closed, also provide members with the opportunity to try their skills at acting or directing. Maybe you will direct your own production with us one day. Getting involved with our community theatre group provides tremendous opportunities to meet new people and to share in the wonder of one of the oldest creative crafts that has ever existed. We stage social events throughout the year as another means of bringing people together who share a passion for theatre, creativity and fun. Contact us today to get involved.
Musicals - Plays - Youth Theatre The Lieder Theatre Company presents up to 5 major performance projects each year along with numerous community events, readings, workshops, short seasons of experimental and new work as well as nurturing the thriving Lieder Youth Theatre.
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The Molong Players
Bank Street Molong, NSW, 2866
Molong Players is an annual theatre production that has been running for over 30 years. It has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for various community groups.
The North West Theatre Company Inc. was founded in November 2002. The Company’s development paralleled the restoration of Bingara’s Art Deco Roxy Theatre. The main objectives of the Company are to provide opportunities for our citizens and in particular young people to participate in performing arts as audience, actors or stage crew. The company’s main point of difference from other amateur dramatic groups is that for most of our productions we employ professional directors. One of our members is also a professional sound engineer who worked for 10 years at the Sydney Opera House. Thus we are able to offer a good standard of experience to our members and players. NWTC is thriving due to the high caliber of local performing talent and technical backup people, the use of experienced directors, a strong ethic of commitment to youth and our magnificent Roxy Theatre.
The South Coast's only all inclusive Performing Arts Studio. Offering in-house tuition in Voice, Dance and Drama, enabling each student to Grow, Achieve and Succeed. Classes. Workshops. Musical Productions.
The Phoenix Theatre, 24 Bridge Street, Coniston, NSW 2500
A Wollongong Community Theatre Company with the goal of creating opportunities for local artists across all mediums to express themselves!! The Phoenix Theatre is looking for Directors, Designers, Tech Crew and Actors to develop its future seasons. The Phoenix offers a unique opportunity for creative’s to engage in a cultural dialogue with the audience and connect with new audiences in ways not fully explored in the Illawarra.
The Regals Musical Society is a community based, not for profit organisation in Sydney, Australia. We produce quality musical theatre productions, based in Rockdale NSW, with the objective of engaging our audiences and nurturing the talent of our members. With a proud history spanning over seventy years, we allow participants the opportunity to contribute to all aspects of our stage productions including set design and construction, costume design, publicity and promotion, stage management and many other aspects that contribute to the ongoing success of the society.
The Sutherland Theatre Company is a community based theatre group. We perform three shows per year at the Sutherland Memorial School of Arts. Do you love to perform? Would you prefer to help out behind the scenes in a backstage role? Perhaps you have time to do front of house for an upcoming performance? The Sutherland Theatre Company is always looking for new members to get involved! Contact the committee on firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how you can become part of our next production.
The Theatre On Chester is based in Epping and has been running since 1956. The group performs three shows each year, with each show consisting of 12 performances over 4 weeks. Rehearsals take place in the theatre itself, usually on Tuesday and Thursday nights. The Group aims to provide top quality theatre and is always looking for good performers and dedicated backstage assistants.
The Tweed Theatre Company (TTC) began 15 years ago as an all volunteer, amateur company and has been delighting Tweed region audiences with its shows ever since. The TTC produces 3-4 shows per year, a youth production, a musical and a play.