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All Saints Players
Old Time Music Hall + Melodrama + Comedy Age Range: Over 16 Rehearsals: Sundays Contact via our website or social media
Endeavour Theatre Company is an amateur theatre group which started up in April 1991. Until 2005 most of our performances were staged at the Wanneroo Civic Centre, later known as the Wanneroo Hall. This venue was demolished to make way for an extension of the Wanneroo Shopping Centre, so the group moved to the Apex Hall in North Beach. Now the Apex Hall is due to be demolished, so on October 1st 2012 the group moved to the Hamersley Community Recreation Centre, Hamersley, where rehearsals and performances now take place. LotteryWest assisted the group in the early days with grants of $3000 for three consecutive years, to enable the group to purchase sound, lighting and set-building equipment, and again in 2005 with $10,000 for new lighting at the venue in North Beach. Endeavour Theatre Company has produced a variety of shows, however, it's 'forte' is comedy / farce. For all membership queries please contact us via our website or social media
Garrick Theatre is the oldest community theatre in the Perth area, celebrating 85 years in 2017. Situated in Guildford, the gateway to the Swan Valley, and housed in one of many heritage listed buildings, Garrick produces 5 to 6 high standard, award winning productions each year, plus a short season of one-act plays. With an eye to the future, and encouraging youth, Garrick also runs workshops all year for teenagers called Teens at Garrick. 1
Gove Arts Theatre is the region's oldest Association and has been producing live theatre since the earliest days of the township of Nhulunbuy, NT. We are all about providing quality live entertainment for the residents of East Arnhem Land. Productions include plays, theatre restaurants, audience participation movie nights, themed nights, musicals - to name a few. Our theatre is called "The Cell" and seats 65 patrons. It is located in the Captain Cook Community Centre opposite the bakery on Arnhem Road. All our members are volunteers with a love of theatre and performing. We are a friendly bunch and welcome newcomers - both experienced and newbies. Onstage or backstage we are always looking for new faces to join us.
Harbour Theatre is located in the Port Cineaste Building, 70 Adelaide St, Fremantle (next door to Princess May Park, opposite Woolworths)
Harbour Theatre are always looking for new members, whether it be just to watch, be on-stage or back-stage. If you're too shy to act, don't worry, there are plenty of jobs that are just as important back-stage (more so, as the show can't go on without a dedicated crew!). So, if you are interested in joining Harbour Theatre, then contact anyone on the Committee, ask anyone on Front of House, or contact the Membership Secretary , or even print the form at the bottom of the page and post it to Harbour Theatre Inc, PO Box 764, Fremantle WA 6959. Membership is valid for a calendar year. Publicity firstname.lastname@example.org Membership email@example.com Box Office firstname.lastname@example.org
KADS, The Premier Community Theatre Group in Kalamunda KADS has been entertaining our Kalamunda and surrounding community audiences since 1972. The Kalamunda Society produces 4 shows per year with quality entertainment from very talented local performers at affordable prices for everybody to enjoy. If you would like to contact someone on the KADS Committee, simply fill in the enquiry form on our website and we'll get back to you as soon as possible. Please understand we are a volunteer organisation and our inbox is always open, we will try to respond to all your enquiries and emails within a reasonable time. Contact via website
Limelight Theatre, Community Theatre in Wanneroo Wanneroo Repertory is always pleased to welcome new members. You may want to act, direct, paint a set or simply receive monthly news about our club. Whatever your choice, membership has great advantages
Our postal address is: PO Box 33, Melville, WA 6158 We are on the southwest corner of Canning Hwy and Stock Rd in Palmyra.
We are a voluntary group based in Melville, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia. Our membership consists of people interested in live theatre and our purpose is to provide quality amateur theatre for the people of our area. Perhaps you'd like to contact us to enquire about membership, or auditions, or our next social event or even just to congratulate us on a recent production you've seen (wishful thinking?) Contact: email@example.com
Welcome to The Murray Music and Drama Club for 2012! We provide quality theatre in the community and are a friendly club with family values, that offers excellent value for money with affordable ticket prices. We usually perform three for four shows a year in March, May, August and November, and we have a unique venue. We are the only theatre in this region to offer Cabaret style seating at tables where you can bring your own supper and purchase drinks from the bar and sit back and enjoy the show. We rehearse on Monday and Wednesday nights and perform all of our shows at the Pinjarra Civic Centre on Pinjarra Road, next to the Shire of Murray offices. Everyone's welcome at our Club! From being on stage to being behind the scenes building sets and props, to making up our award-winning costumes, we have something for everyone!
The group “Rockingham Entertainers” was formed in 1972, operating out of the Rockingham High School Gym where they performed 4 musicals per year. The aim of the group was to raise money for local charities. Our aim now is to continue into the future promoting live theatre and performing arts in Rockingham. To improve the facilities and to continue to be a community based organisation. We are still a non profit group and continue to support local charities. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
589 Brookton Highway, Roleystone WA 6111 We are situated in the picturesque Roleystone hills on the Brookton Highway.
Roleystone Theatre is a non-for-profit community group managed entirely by volunteers, including actors, musicians, directors, crew, make-up artists, committee etc. This heritage listed building offers a warm and cosy welcome to anyone interested in the arts. The performances at Roleystone Theatre are designed to please the most discerning of patrons as well as first time visitors. Roleystone Theatre presents approximately five shows per year, covering a wide variety of performance types. The theatre is located on Brookton Highway opposite the Croyden Rd turnoff and has ample parking in the front car park. Are you a seasoned performer, looking for the limelight? Or perhaps you have never been on stage, but would like to give it a go? We offer a variety of roles to get you on stage, no matter what your experience. We encourage you to audition for a show that interests you, whether it be a muscial, a play or a variety show. We always welcome fresh talent on stage, and we love to invite new members to our social activities too. Please direct membership enquiries to email@example.com Box Office firstname.lastname@example.org Enquiries email@example.com
Established 2007 Stage Left Theatre Troupe delivers community based theatre to the goldfields of Western Australia. Based in Boulder at their "Barracks" Theatre (Troupe - Barracks.. get it?) the troupe has an annual calendar including: • 5-6 stage productions each year • Active youth theatre program (Stage Left Acting Youth - S.L.A.Y.) • Workshops on all aspects of theatre • An active social calender The troupe views itself as a "Social group with a theatre problem", and doesn't take themselves too seriously what with the committee being affectionately called "The Gaggle", the president (2019 - Shayna Moses-Taurima) is "Big Quack", and they all vote with "quack"or "honk".
The Black Sheep Theatre Company is an amateur theatre group aiming to bridge the gap between community and professional theatre. The company produces original material for Perth performers, drawing inspiration from local issues to reach local audiences.
Postal Address: P.O Box 3023 Broadway, Nedlands, WA, 6009
GRADS is a not for profit theatre production company established in 1952 and has been providing the UWA Cultural Precinct and the WA community since with 2 – 3 performances a year. GRADS specialises in: Presenting plays chosen from the Classic repertoire, ancient, traditional and modern, inviting regular theatre goers and students to see the best plays ever written, performed live and at affrdable prices, in a proffesional, theatre venue. Providing an opportunity for people who are interested in or studying Dramatic Literature. Mentoring people with interest but little practical experience in all aspects of production. Engaging directors of expertise, both professional and amateur for our plays- who are guided and supported by GRADS’ Committee. The Committee is nominated by members each year, when all positions are thrown open for election at the AGM. Whether your interest lies in acting, directing, backstage assistance or simply watching great quality productions, we welcome anybody with an interest in local theatre to become a member of GRADS. Contact Us: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Tivoli Club of WA holds a unique place in the entertainment scene of Australia-being the only non-professional theatre, which has performances on a regular basis. Fortnightly shows are held on Friday nights with some Sunday Matinee’s throughout the year. The Christmas shows runs weekly on Friday nights with some Sunday Matinee’s and some Saturday nights also. We can proudly boast some of the youngest performers, producers and choreographers in Western Australia. These talented youngsters aged 6-16 years of age perform their own variety show once a month on the last Sunday of each month beginning in April. Many of these young performers also become involved in the Big Tiv as it is affectionately known. Contact via website
Eighth Street, Wonthella Geraldton, WA, Australia 6530
Theatre 8, an exciting community amateur theatre that is always on the look out for new members who wish to contribute to theatrical production, both on stage and off. Contact via website
This company is an initiative of the Independent Theatre Association of WA Inc. The Independent Theatre Association of WA Inc. is an umbrella organisation for member groups and individuals drawn from community and amateur theatre throughout Western Australia. A range of ITA forms including membership and access to the extensive list of plays the ITA holds in its library are available for download.
PO Box 605, Balcatta Post Office, Balcatta, WA 6914 Venue details Nollamara Community Centre, Lemana Road, Nollamara
In 2006 The Gilbert & Sullivan Society of WA is celebrating its 55th anniversary. This year’s (2012) performance will be “The Mikado” at the Regal Theatre, Subiaco, in September. The society also has a full time choir - "The Savoy Singers" which perform at various functions during the year. Repertoire includes G&S and non G&S music. Ages rang from 18 – 90! New members are welcome. The Costume Hire department is open to the public for all your costume needs. Located at the Nollamara Community Centre, Ph 93494339, for all you inquiries. The Society also has an extensive library of all the G&S operettas. Both Scores and Libretto can be hired
65 Murray Street, Perth, Western Australia 6000 Contact via our website or social media
Established in 1993, our stories have reached 13 countries in five continents and won awards for our theatre, governance and our partnerships, including a prestigious Sidney Myer Award for its record of facilitating Indigenous artistic programmes. Yirra Yaakin, which means “Stand Tall” in Noongar language, has been producing and presenting an annual program of new Indigenous theatre and maintained a strong focus on education and youth programs since it’s inception. More than 15 original youth-focused productions have been developed in that time, undertaking scores of residencies and workshops across WA. The company has commissioned and premiered over 50 new theatre works. These include major Festival presentations such as WALTZING THE WILARRA, ONE DAY IN 67, ALIWAH, WINDMILL BABY and CRUEL WILD WOMAN. Contributing writers have included Dallas Winmar, Mitch Torres, David Milroy, Sally Morgan and Jim Holland. The company is committed to producing and presenting a mixture of contemporary and classic Indigenous theatre, balanced with our existing community service and education programs.