Acting Clubs in Hobart & Tasmania

Acting Clubs in Tasmania

Clubs Listed : 8

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Drama Tasmania ---- Visited: 197 Times

    North Hobart

    Listing id: 28454

    We foster and encourage the use of Drama techniques across all levels of education. We focus on the teaching and learning of Drama and Theatre in Education.
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  • Huon Valley Theatre Inc. ---- Visited: 115 Times

    Huonville

    Listing id: 29390

    Huon Valley Theatre Inc. formed in 1988, and membership has grown steadily over the years. Now between forty and fifty people could be involved with the company at any one time. HVT has gained recognition and reputation with each production it presents.
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  • Latrobe Theatre Company ---- Visited: 83 Times

    Traralgon

    Listing id: 28961

    The Company is a non-profit organization that endeavors to promote both musical and theatrical works and involvement can include on stage, directing or production team, backstage crew, set and costume construction, orchestra, front of house or administration.
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  • .. The Drama Club ---- Visited: 13 Times

    Blackmans Bay

    Listing id: 48483

    The Drama Club provides the dramatic arts to children from five to adults. Our aim is to make the arts more available and accessible to all. We believe that Drama nurtures the imagination and artistic awareness: it increases social skills, fluency in speech, confidence in communicating and ....it's fun.
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  • The Old Nick Company ---- Visited: 122 Times

    Hobart

    Listing id: 29475

    Old Nick was created in unison with the first of its uni revues, Smokin' Hot in 1948, in an attempt to harness the student exuberance which had seen the annual Commemoration Days of several previous years degenerate into public chaos.
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  • Three River Theatre ---- Visited: 93 Times

    Launceston

    Listing id: 28914

    Three River Theatre is a Launceston community theatre group that was formed in 1951 as The Strolling Players. The group changed its name to The Launceston Repertory Society in 1954, and again to the current Three River Theatre in 2003.
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