VictoriaARK Theatre Lilydale
Athenaeum Theatre Lilydale
The Bakery The Basin Theatre
BATS Theatre
Beaumaris Theatre
BrightonTheatre Company
Cranbourne Community Centre
The Croydon Parish Players
Eltham Little Theatre
1812 Theatre
Encore Theatre
Essendon Theatre Company
Frankston Theatre Group
The Hartwell Players
Hats Theatre Company
Heidelberg Theatre Company
Knox Theatre Company

Malvern Theatre
Mitcham Theatre Group
Mordialloc Theatre Company
Peridot Theatre
Phoenix Theatre
Saltpillar Theatre Company
Sherbrooke Theatre Company
Stageworks Theatre
Strathmore Theatrical Arts Group
Swamp Fox


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ARK Theatre

Lilydale
Booking: 0491 151 340

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2019 Season

Visiting Mr Green

Written by Jeff Baron & directed by Lisa McNiven.

Eighty Six year-old widower Mr Green is almost hit by a car driven by young corporate executive Ross Gardienr. found guilty of reckless driving , Ross is oredered to spend the next six months making weekly visits to Mr Green. What stats off as a comedy about two people who resent being in the same room together develops into dramam as family secrets are revealed and old wounds are opened.
Season: April 5 - 14. 2019

Becky's New Car

Written by Steven Dietz & directed by Louise Woodward.
Season: September 2019

 



Athenaeum Theatre Lilydale

Bookings: 61 3 9735 1777

 


 

 

The Bakery

Bookings: 61 3 9758 3964

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2019 Season.

Sideways the play

Adapted by Rex Pickett from his own novel,Sideways follows two friends - Miles and Jack - and their hilarious journey into the heart of wine country/ along the way, Miles and Jack meet Maya and Terra and together face uncertain futures...just as soon as they figure out how to survive their chaotic present.
April 4 - May 4. 2019

 

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Beaumaris Theatre
Bookings: 61 3 9583 6896

 

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Brighton Theatre Company
Bookings: 1300 752 126

 

 

The Croydon Parish Players
Bookings: 0447
014 584 between 1pm & 3pm.
www.CroydonParichPlayers.com

 

 

 

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Eltham Little Theatre

Bookings: 0411 713 095

 

 

Seussical the Musical

Horton the elephant, the Cat in the Hat and all of your favourite Dr Seuss characters springing to life onstage in Seussical JR, a fantastical musical extravaganza from Tony-winners, Lynn Ahrens and stephen Flaherty.
Transporting audiences from the Jungle of Nool to the Circus McGurkus, the Cat in the Hat narrates the stry of Horton the Elephant, who discovers a speck of dust containing tiny people called the Whos.
Horton must protect the Whos from a world of naysayers and dangers, and he must also guard abandoned egg that's been left in his care by the irresponsible Mayzie La Bird.
Season: March 29 - April 14. 2019

Look Back in Anger

Jimmy Porter plays trumpet badly. He browbeats his flatmate, terrorises his wife, and is not above sleeping with her best friend -who loathes Jimmy almost as much as he loathes himslef.
Yet this working class Hamlet, the original "Angry Young Man," is one of the most mesmerising characters ever to burst on the screen; a malevolently vital, vital, volcanically articulate internal exile in the dreary, dreaming Siberia of postwar England. A realistic portrayal toxic maculinity and the impacts that irate tirades have on the ones we "love".
Season: July 5 - 20. 2019

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

One Flew Over the Cucloo's Nest has left an indelible mark on literature, theatre and film. It is boisterous, ribald and ultimately devastating story of a mental hospital and its inhabitants. In aworld where sanity means conformity and followiong the rules is the only way to survive. One Flew over th Cuckoo's Nest is a powerful exploration oft the beauty and the daner of beong original .
Season: September 20 - October 5. 2019


A Knight to Remember

A madcap medievil tale of magic and mirth set in a time when men were men and women were women and a knight couldn't get his armour off! Life revolved around " Hey, Nonny Nonny", complicated by romance, intrigue and plain dirty deeds. Is Gertrude the Ghirkin really a dill? Can Merlin get anything right? Can the audience fail to love this show?
Season: November 14 - November 30. 2019.
This play is especially designed for dinnner seating and will be a great way to end the year with a few friends and lots of laughs.

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EEssendon Theatre Company
Bookings: 61 3 9330 4808

 

 

 

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1812 Theatre

Inquiries 61 3 9758 3964

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019 Season

The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie

A timeless tale of "whodunti", Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap strands seven strangers in a country house during a blizzard. only to discover there is a murdere in their midst! Who can it be? One by one the suspicious characters reveal their sordid past, shredding moment the identity and the motive of the killer are finally revealed>
Agatha Shristie's The Mousetrap is the longest running show, of any kind, in the world. Running continously in London's West End for over 60 years. It opened in November 1952 at The Ambssors Theatre in London and moved to St. Nartin's Theatre in Mar4ch 1974 where it is still ruinning until this day.
Season: May 23 - June 25. 2019

One Flew Over the Cuckoo'a Nest

Presented by Centestage Youth Theatre

McMurphy thinks he can get outof coing work while in prison by pretending to be mad. His plan backfires when he is sent toa mental asylum. He tries to liven the place ap a bit by playing card games and basketball with his fellow inmates, but the head nurse is after him at every turn.
Season: June 25 - July 6. 2019

Baskerville

Sherlock Holmes Mystery

Get your deerstalker cap on - the play's afoot! Sherlock Holmes and Watson must crack the mystery of Teh Hound of the Baskervilles before a family curse dooms its newest heir.
A fast-paced adventure with everune's favourite detective, giving hos most notorious case. ive actors play more than 40 characters in this joyful, mischevious, comedy thriller.
Season: August 8 - 31. 2019.

Ghosts

Mrs Alving has spent her entire life keeping secrets about her late husband. As she prepares tp open an orphanage iin his honour, her only son returns home with a deadly illness, looking for answers, while an old family friend begins digging into the family's past. Trapped in the confines of a srtict society, the truths that Mrs
Alving thought were long-buried are suddenly returning to haunt her.
SeasonL October 3 - 26. 2019

Leading Ladies

Jack and Leo are two Englidh actors whose careers are not exactly going to plan. They are broke and have resorted to performing in questionable plays in the Amish country of Pennsylvania. Whena n opportunity presents itself that could change their lives the question is, just how far are they prepared to go for a large pile of cash and the girls of their dreams?
Season: November 14 - December 7. 2019

BEHIND THE SCENES

The production of a play at the 1812 Theatre involves far more people than just the actors on the stage. For example we need set builders, backstage crew, backstage management, costume making, front of house helpers, technical crew/bio box/lighting and sound technicians.

All these functions are provicec by a small army of volunteers.

WHY DO THEY DO IT?
It is an extremely rewarding experience, it builds lifelong friendships. It enables them to utilise existing skills as well as develop new ones. They have a lot of fun and laughs and enjpy 7being part of a production which they are proud of and which brings enjoyment to the many people who attend the performances.

Whether it's a barbie in our backyard area, movie nights or other get togethers, we realise our volunteers are our lifeblood and a pretty social bunch too.

If you are aged between 14 and 80 and this sounds like something that you may be interested in doing, please read on to find out what is involved behind the scenes.

SET BUILDING:
No production is complete without the set on the stage. Thr building of the set involves design, painting, carpentary, furniture restoration and electrical work. This could range from hanging a picture to building a staircase.

Experienced chippies. electicians, artists, designers are always welcome along with people who are eager to learn ad willing to get their hands a bit grubby.

While the sets are being built the costumes designed and made. Working with the director this involves machine and hand sewing and fitting of outfits on the actors.

BACKSTAGE:

This involves the changes made to the sets on stage during the live performances. This could range from providing an empty cup to an actor at a critical time before thay go on stage to changes between acts while the lights are down.

If you can tip toe in the darkness and enjoy the adrenalin rush of being involved in a live performance, without being an actor on stage, this is for you.

FRONT OF HOUSE:
The face of 1812, you could be the lovely lady or gent greeting our patrons at the door, guiding them to their seats and making sure the audience refreshments between the acts and after the performance are ready to go when needed.

At the end of the evening you get a chance to mingle with the actors, director,and other behind scenes volunteers.

TECH CREW//BIO BOX:
The designers choreograph the lighting and sound as part of the preproduction of the play. The technical crew and bio box operate the soud and lighting during each performances. You may be working with special effects?
With a wide range of lighting and sound equipment available, working in time with actors on stage, its a great experience to be the one bringing the stage alive with massive claps of lighting and rumbling thunder or the soft chirpd in a lush foredt dcene.

Whether you experienced or simply full of enthusiasm and ready to learn, thios may be for you.

STILL INTERSTED RING 1812 on 9758 3964 or email admin@1812theatre.com.au

 

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Encore Theatre

Bookings: 1300 739 099

 

 

2019 Season

Well Hung

Fawlty Towers meets rural life in a small town when a local murder overtakes lives.
With a bumbling policeforce, a lusty nomemaker, a gentleman farmer, mistaken identities and more broom-cupboard action than could be dreamed of.
Well Hung is deliciuously funny, furious, farcical comedy at its best.
Season: July 12, 13, 19, 25, 26, 27. 2-19 at 8pm.
July 14, 21, & 27 at 2.15pm.

Almost Maine

On a cold, clear, moonless night in the middle f winter., all is not quite what it seems in the remote, mythical town of Almost, Maine. As the northern lights hover over in the star-filled sky above Almost's residents find themselves falling in and out of love in unexpected and often hilariouis ways. Knees are bruised. Hearts are broken. But the bruises heal, and the hearts mend - almost - in this delightful midwinter night's dream.
Season: October 11, 12, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26. 2019 AT 8. pm. Matinees : October 13, 29, 26 at 2.15pm.

 


Behind the Scenes

Encire Theatre needs you in 2017 to help the company survive.

Do you have a retired friend or family member looking fir a fun way to meet new people and give back to the community?

Encore Theatre is in desperate need of volunteers to join our set-bulding team. Without them, we may need to cease production, No expreience necessary. Any handyman skills A plus.
To volunteer contact Encore Theatre on 1300 739 099 or encoretheatreau@gmail.com

 

 

Frankston Theatre Group
Bookings: 1300 665 377

 

The Hartwell Players
Bookings: 61 3 9889 5006

Love/Sick

Sometimes love is messy in this romantic comedy where a unique cast of characters battle for love with heart-warming optimisim.
A selection of of nine highly twisted and completely hilarious short plays. Set on a Friday night in an alternate suburban reality, this 80- minute romp explores the pain and joy that comes of being in love. /full of imperfect lovers and dreamers, from a couple that's obvessively impulsive to a bride with literally with cold feet, to a man who had a very... exciting lunch to the couple who have forgotten to have a baby.
Season: April 11 - 14. 2019

A Season of One Act Plays

The Hartwell Players will showcase a selection of one act plays directed by and starring upcoming and returning Hartwellians.
These one acts will then hit the road for the annuaol festival circuit across Melbourne and its regional areas.
Season: June 4 - 14. 2-19

Coriolanus

When an old adversary threatens Rome, the city calls once nore on her hero and defender Coriolanus. But he has enemies at home too. Famine threatens the city, the citizens' hunger swell to an appetite for revolution, and on returning from the battlefield, Coriolanus must confront the marching conflict of tradition, ceremony, and the voice of an angry people.
Seaon: September 26 - Pctober 6. 2019.

 

 

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Heidelberg Theatre Company
Bookings: 9457 4117

 

 

2019 Season

A View from the Bridge

Brooklyn longshoreman Eddie Carbone is devoted to his wife Beatrice and his niece Catherine. Then Beatrice's cousins Marco and Rudolpho, fleeing the poverrty of Sicily, enter the US illegally desperate tp find work. As Rudolpho and Catherine fall in love, Eddie's devotion to hisniece is no longer toudhing buit terrifying.
Season: May 3 - 18. 2019.

It's a Wonderful Life ( A Live Radio Play)

This is the tale of George Bailey - a man who'd give up his own dreams in order to help others. His plans to commit suicide Chtristmas ve but his guardian angel, Clarence Odbody, appears and intervenes. Clarence show him all the lives he, George, has touched and how very different life in his Bedford Falls community would be if George had never been born.
Inspired by the classic film starring James Stewart, thia production is per4formed 1940s live radio style with a studio ausience.
Season: July 5 - July 20. 2019

The Drawer Boy

Two middle-aged bachelor dairymen, Morgan and ngus, live harmoniously on a remote farm near Clinton, Ontario. Miles. a young actor from Toronto theatr group, comes to visit. Miles offers to stay and work for them so that he can gather material about their lives for a new play. The story he uncovers will change the lives of all of them forever,
Season: September 6 - 21. 2019

Tartuffe

Tartuffe, a pious hypocrite, has wheedled his way into the wealthy family of Monsieur Organ. Organ, totally besotted by Tartuffe's charms, plans o give him not only his fortune, but his daughter;s hand in marriage. The struggles of the rest of the family to expose the imposter are both hilarious and rosqué.
Molière's sinfully brilliant comedy, when first performed so shocked the clergy of the day - oh, such an attack on religious hypocrisy! - that the Church called anyone seeing it or acting in it to be excommunicated. The public, however, loved it... and we know you will too.
Season: November 15 - 30. 2019.

HTD Youth - A Christmas Carol

December 2019.


Behind the Scenes

There's so much more to do at HTC than just being in the audience. The theatre is looking for enterprising individuals to come aboard backstage in a number of diverse and exciting positions, ranging from assistant stage managing and crew to operations in lighting and sound. These backstage positions - working with experienced theatre veterans in all areas - offer an exciting glimpse into the world of community theatre, and how it really does take a village to make a show.

If you're interested in getting involved, HTC email us at htc@htc.org.au.

Don't delay - no two HTC shows are ever the same experience!


 

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Malvern Theatre

Bookings: 1300 131 552

Season 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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Mordialloc Theatre Company

Bookings: 03 9587 5141

 

 

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Peridot Theatre

Bookings: 0429 115 334
tictickets@peridot.peridot.com.au

2019 Season

One Act Play Season

A Night at the Venue by Bryan Nash, directed by Lindsay Kremler

Libretto by Robin Rothstein, directed by Melanie Rowe

The Child by Olsen Wymark, directed by Barbara Crawford.

Performance dates: Thursday April 11, Friday April 12. Saturday April 13 at 8pm Sunday April 29 at 2.15pm.

Crimes of the Heart

This tragicomedy relates the story of the three Magrath sisters, Meg, Babe and Lenny. who reunite at Old Granddaddy's home in Hazelhurst, Mississippi, after Babe shoots her abusive husbnad. The sisters were raised in a dysfunctional family with a penchant for ugly predicaments. Each has endured her share of hardship and misery.Past resentments bubble to the surface as the sisters are forced to deal with assorted relatives and past relatiionships while coping with Baba's latest incident. Each sister is forced to face tha consewuences of the crimes of the heart she has committed.
Season June 7 - 22. 2019 at 8pm.
Matinee Sunday June 9. 20199 at 2.15pm. Twilight Sunday June 16. 2019 at 4pm.

The Diary of Anne Frank

Two Jewish families are forced to hide from the Nazis in a secret annexe in Amsterdam. IN her tiny room. Anne Frank keeps a diary, detailoing the claustrophbic realities of daily existance experienced by the families. She also records her own coming of age, battling low spirits and loneliness, fighting with her mother, and falling in love for the first time. Despite her oppressive circumastances, her spirit shines through as she voices her belief that people are really good at heart.
Seaon: Augst 9 - 24. 2019 at 8pm.
Matinee Sunday August 11. 2019 at 2.15pm.
Twilight Sunday August 18. 2019 at 4pm.

Stage Kiss

Art imitates life, Life imitates Art. When two actors with a history are thrown together as romantic leads in a forgotten 1930s melodrama, they quickly lose touch with reaqlity as the story onstage follows them offstage. There's mot one but two plays-within-a-play in Sarah ruhl'sStage Kiss, a highly meta-theatrical, fundamentally enjoyable, slightly slight, not-so-romantic comedy pondering the complexity of onstage osculation.
Season: November 15 0 #0. 2019 at 8pm
Matinee Sunday November 17. 2019 at 2.15pm
Twilight Sunday November 24 at 4pm.

 

 

Volunteers Needed

Volunteering in Melbourne theatre is a wonderful way to make new friends and learn new skills, or polish up some old ones. If you would like to volunteer ad work with Peridot Theatre to create excellentl community theatre,


WHY DO THEY DO IT?
It is an extremely rewarding experience, it builds lifelong friendships. It enables them to utilise existing skills as well as develop new ones. They have a lot of fun and laughs and enjpy 7being part of a production which they are proud of and which brings enjoyment to the many people who attend the performances.
Whether it's a barbie in our backyard area, movie nights or other get togethers, we realise our volunteers are our lifeblood and a pretty social bunch too.
SET BUILDING:
No production is complete without the set on the stage. Thr building of the set involves design, painting, carpentary, furniture restoration and electrical work. This could range from hanging a picture to building a staircase.

Experienced chippies. electicians, artists, designers are always welcome along with people who are eager to learn ad willing to get their hands a bit grubby.

While the sets are being built the costumes designed and made. Working with the director this involves machine and hand sewing and fitting of outfits on the actors.

BACKSTAGE:

This involves the changes made to the sets on stage during the live performances. This could range from providing an empty cup to an actor at a critical time before thay go on stage to changes between acts while the lights are down.

If you can tip toe in the darkness and enjoy the adrenalin rush of being involved in a live performance, without being an actor on stage, this is for you.

FRONT OF HOUSE:
The face of Peridot Theatre- you could be the lovely lady or gent greeting our patrons at the door, guiding them to their seats and making sure the audience refreshments between the acts and after the performance are ready to go when needed.

At the end of the evening you get a chance to mingle with the actors, director,and other behind scenes volunteers.

TECH CREW//BIO BOX:
The designers choreograph the lighting and sound as part of the preproduction of the play. The technical crew and bio box operate the soud and lighting during each performances. You may be working with special effects?
With a wide range of lighting and sound equipment available, working in time with actors on stage, its a great experience to be the one bringing the stage alive with massive claps of lighting and rumbling thunder or the soft chirpd in a lush foredt dcene.

Whether you experienced or simply full of enthusiasm and ready to learn, thios may be for you.

You can find the fun you're looking fr by going to the Peridot website and clicking on Who We Are or by giving Helen MNcintodh a call on 0403 797 709.

 

Phoenix Theatre Company

Bookings: 61 3 9012 5897

American Idiot

Green Day's American Idiot follows a young anti-hero, Johnny, the self-proclaimed Jesus of Sububia, and his two buddies, Will and Tunny, as they attempt to breakl out of their mind-numbing, aimless suburban existance. When the three men flee the constraints of their hometown for the thrills of city life, their paths are quickly estanged when Tunny enters the armed forces. Will is called back home to attend a familial responsibilities, when Johnny's attention becomes divided by a seductive love interset and a hazardous new friendship. Each man struggles to find the difference between age and love - a conflict that defines their generation.
Season; May 10 - 18. 2019

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Sherbrooke Theatre Company

Bookings : 1300 650 209

 

201o Season

After Diner

In a suburban pub bistro on a Friday night three office workers - Dympie, Paula and Monika - are desperately seeking a gtood nigt out. At an adjoining table are Gordon, recently anbonded by his wife, and Stephen, looking for domething more then the usual one night stand. As the night proceeds, inhibitions and social restraint disappear, exposing the foibles, pain and humour of the characters' inner lives.
Season: June 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 2019 at 8pm. Matinees: June 16 & 22 at 2pm.

We Have Spoken of this Before

One day Maggie Roland is walking home from the supermarket and finds something lying by the railway track. At first she isn't sure ehat the object is. But as she inches her way closer, she realises the fugure s actually a young moman, pencil thin, dressed in filthy black rags. And who ud she?
Where did they come from? And how did she end up beside the railway track? Maggie decides to take her home. So begins " we have spoken of this before" - a powerful, haunting and atmospheric work that explores the growing bond between two women.
Season: October 11, 12, 16, 17, 18 & 19. 2019 at 8pm/ Matinee October 13& 19 at 2pm.

Sherbrooke Shorts

Shoppers

 

Two well to do shopaholics have a surprising secret.

Day Trippers

Confident Beryl & prudish Doris, on an annual works outing, learn a little more about themselves and their work colleagues than they perhaps ought to.


The Guilt Card

A woman'slife is blighted by the machinations and emotional blackmail of her sickly elder sister.

Mary just broke up with this Guy

Ma=ry just broke up with this guy she's being seeing for sux years. Welcome o the cext year of er life - as she goes through a billion dates from hell.

Just a Straight Man

Trevor and Barney are a hit duo comedy act. But they are not the friends you would expect. There are dark secrets exposed that lead o a giant twist you won't see coming.
Season: August 1, 2, 3. 2019 at 8pm. Matinee: August 4 at 2pm.

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Stageworx Theatre
3/21 Stud Road Bayswater
Bookings: 61 3 9729 8368
www.trybooking.com/LWIZ
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Strathmore Theatrical Arts Group
Bookings: 61 3 9382 6284

2019 Season

Outside Edge

Roger is having trouble getting a team together for the afternoon's fixture against the British Railways.
Maintenance Division Yeading East, but this proves to be the least of anyone's worries. Bob is having marriga trouibles as he is still doing odd jobs for his ex-wife behind his currrent wife Ginnie's back. Dennis is a;so having marital trouble as his wife seems intent on moving house despite the factr they moved recently. Kevin is trying to fight off his over-affectionate wife Maggie, while at the same time nurse his injured finger and Alex's new girlfriend ends up shutting herself in the toilets having hysterics. Even roger's seemingly perfect marriage to Miriam hits the skids when she discovers he was playing away from home in more ways than one on a trip to Dorking last year. Just when it seems things can't get any worse for them it starts to rain.
Season: February 28 - March 2 & March 7 0 8. 2019

The Tin Woman

A story of a woman who receives a heart transplant, an her eventual meeting with the family of the donor.
Instead of relishing life after her transplant, Joy enters a downward spiral, unsure whether she truly deserves a second cance. Meanwhile Alice and Hank mourn the loss of their son, Jack, whose heart was uused to dave Joy. At a friend's urging, Joy tracks down Kack's family to find closure.
But arre Alice, Hank and thie daughter Sammy ready to accept Jack's death.
Deason: May 23 0 25 & May 39 - June 1. 2019

Children of the Wolf

This chilling, unusal play tskes as its influence from the myth of romulus and Remus.
Twins Robert and ZLinda were given up for adoption shortlyafter their birth by their mother Helena. Years later, on their 21st birthday, they lure Helena to a derelict building on the pretext that she will be meeting her lover Michael. The reality is rather different.
Season: August 15 0 17 & 22 - 24. 2019

Death by Eating

is about Big Foood - about compniesw producing packaged foof and drink products we consume.
Experts argue a lack of fresh fruit and veggis in our diet impacts our health , and warn that millions of people suffer due to bad diets and overeating.
the play begins in the boardroom of ig Tobacco, morphs into Big Food, then morphs again.
Season: November 7 - 8 & 14 - 16, 2019,.

 

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Swamp Fox
Bookings: 61 3 9758 3964

 

 



Arts Theatre Cronulla
6 Surf Road Cronulla
Bookings: 61 2 56523 2779

 

Bankstown Theatre Company
Bookings: 61 2 9676 1191

 

Campbelltown Theatre Group
Bookings: www.trybooking.com.au

 

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Cooma Little Theatre - Cooma

Elanora Players
Bookings: 6 2 9982 7364

 

Epicentre Theatre Co.
Ku-ring-gai Town Hall
1186 Pacific Hwy. Pymble

 

Genesian Theatre Company - Sydney
Bookings: 1300 237 217
www.genesiantheatre.com.au

 

 

 
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Gosford Musical Society
Bookings: 61 2 43 233 233

 

Guild Theatre - Rockdale
Cnr Waltz and Railway Streets Rockdale
Bookings: 61 2 9521 6358

 

 

 
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Highlands Theatre Group - Mittagong
Bookings: 1300 657 559

Henry Lawson Theatre Werrington
Bookings: 02 4729 2996

 

 

Hunters Hill Theatre - Hunters Hill
13 Margaret St. Hunters Hill
Bookings: 61 2 9879 7765

King Street Theatre
Bookings: 0415 123 169

Lane Cove Theatre Company
Bookings: www.trybooking.com/GOG

 

Lieder Theatre Company - Goulburn
Bookings: 61 2 4821 5066

Lindsay Street Players.
Bookings: 61 2 4961 4895

 

Maitland Repertory Theatre
44 High Street Maitland
Bookings: 02 4931 2800

Metropolitan Players
Bookings: 61 2 4929 1977

 

Miranda Musical Society
Bookings: 61 2 8814 5827

 

Newcastle Theatre Company
Bookings: 61 2 4952 4958
3pm - 6pm Mondays to Fridays.

 

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Nowra Players - Bomaderry
Bookings: 1300 662 808

Players Theatre
14 Swift Street
Ballina

Pymble PlayersTheatre
Cnr Mona Vale Road and Bromley Ave. Pymble
Bookings: 61 2 9144 1523

 

Richmond Players
Richmond School of Arts
cnr March and West Market Sts. Richmond
Bookings: 61 2 8006 6997

 

Rochdale Theatre
Bookings: 61 2 6621 8169

Rockdale Opera Company
Rockdale Town Hall
448 Princes Highway Rockdale
Bookings: 61 2 4730 932

 

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Roo Theatre
Bookings: 61 2 4297 2891

 

The Sutherland School of Arts
Bookings: 61 2 8091 0768

Tamworth Dramatic Society
Bookings: 61 2 6767 5300

 

The Theatre on Chester
61 2 9877 0081

 

 

 

Woy Woy Little Theatre
Peninsula Theatre 93 McMasters Rd. Woy Woy.
Booking: 02 43 233 233

 

 

Wyong Drama Group - Wyong
Bookings: 1300 655 600

Wyong Musical Theatre
Bookings: 1300 366 470

Young People's Theatre
Cnr Lindsay and Lawson Streets Hamilton

 

 

 

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Adelaide Repertory Theatre
Arts Theatre 53 Angas St. Adelaide
Bookings: 61 8 8212 5777



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

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