Community Theatre

Farcical Leading Ladies at Castle Hill

Castle Hill Players present the farce Leading Ladies by Ken Ludwigat the Pavilion Theatre from 31st May until 22nd June, Leading Ladies is directed by the company's President, Stephen Snars.

Little Mermaid Swims into The Hills

The Hills Musical Theatre Inc will present the most loved Disney classic The Little Mermaid, opening the last weekend of May 2019.

For the first time in Sydney’s Hills District, Ariel the mermaid and other favourite characters from The Little Mermaid come to life live on stage, with colourful costumes and popular music including "Under the Sea," "Kiss the Girl" and "Part of Your World" in the Hills Musical Theatre Company’s production.

Les Mis Set to Storm Barricade in Ararat

In 2019 Ararat Musical Comedy Society in Victoria will stage the biggest and most ambitious production in its 46 year history, Les Misérables.

Les Misérables has attracted a cast of 60 from across the region including Ballarat, Stawell and Ararat.

The production is being led by director Pam Wright, who returns to AMCS after previously directing shows including Dusty the Original Pop Diva.

Musical Director is Stephen East and Vocal Director Leanne McCready.

AFL Gets A Comic Twist in Guild’s Managing Carmen

The next production at The Guild Theatre is Managing Carmen, Australian playwright David Williamson’s 2012 comedy.

Brent (played by Russell Godwin) is a young, handsome AFL star. Brent’s ruthless manager Rohan (David Hines) is loud-mouthed, abrasive and loves all the money that Brent is making him. Rohan is being offered hundreds of thousands of dollars for advertisements with Brent’s endorsement but he cannot put Brent in front of the cameras; Brent is a completely wooden actor and cannot learn to loosen up.

Meet Manly's Barricade Boys

Get to know the Boys of the Barricade in Manly Musical Society’s 10th Anniversary Production of Les Misérables, from 19 April until 28 April, 2019.

Based on the novel by Victor Hugo, Les Misérables details the trials of France’s lower class and exemplifying the triumph of human spirit. Its uplifting message of hope, its grand epic tale and glorious music has made it the longest running musical of all time.

Bare – the Musical at Lane Cove

Lane Cove Theatre Company on Sydney’s North Shore presents Bare – the Musicalin May 2019. The contemporary cult classic ‘coming of age’ pop opera is set at a Catholic boarding school in the early 2000s.

Contemporary LGBT pop-rock musical Bare follows a group of students at a Catholic boarding school as they grapple with issues of sexuality, identity and the future.

Sense and Sensibility at Melville Theatre

FLIRTATIOUS fancies and considerable charm form an integral part of the playful-but-faithful adaptation of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility, at Melville Theatre in WA during May 2019.

Adapted by Kate Hamill in 2016 and directed by Vanessa Jensen, the Austen classic tells the story of the Dashwood sisters and the path their life takes after the sudden death of their father.

1960s London Gangster Comedy for Perth

A BLACK comedy about gangsters in London’s East End during the 1960s comes to South Perth’s Old Mill Theatre in May – and it has more twists and turns than a pretzel.

Presented by Maverick Theatre Productions, A Picture of Betrayal is written and directed by Noel O’Neill and explores the day-to-day life of criminals going about their business of thieving, cheating and killing each other.

Spelling Bee Musical at Roleystone

TONY Award-winning musical The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is coming to the Armadale District Hall in May 2019.

Presented by Roleystone Theatre (WA) and directed by Stephen Carr, it follows a group of six mid-pubescents as they vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime.

While openly disclosing hilarious and touching stories from their homes, they spell their way through a series of words, hoping never to hear the soul-crushing and pout-inducing bell that signals a spelling mistake. 

Memory Meets Reality in Ten Quid at Stirling Theatre

A STORY of loss, hope, friendship and leaving the past behind add up to Ten Quid, at Stirling Theatre in WA in April / May 2019.

Written by John Grimshaw and directed by Jane Sherwood, it follows the journey of a young man returning to Manchester 40 years after his family originally emigrated to Australia.

Mark’s goal is to honour his brother’s wish of scattering his ashes over the sacred turf of his beloved football team.

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