Acting Clubs in New South Wales

Clubs Listed : 90

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Albury Wodonga Theatre Company (AWTCo) —- Visited: 275 Times


    Listing id: 29100

    For over 40 years the Albury Wodonga Theatre Company (AWTCo) has been our city’s local and community-based performing arts organization.

  • Armidale Drama & Musical Society —- Visited: 187 Times


    Listing id: 28672

    The Armidale Drama & Musical Society first came together as the Armidale & District Musical Society in the early 1930s, and was active until the war years. It was reformed in 1963 and has been producing musicals continuously since.

  • Association of Community Theatre (ACT) —- Visited: 474 Times


    Listing id: 28540

    The Association of Community Theatre Inc. was formed in the early 1990’s after a visit to Sydney from members of the Executive of the Federation of New Zealand Operatic Societies – now called the Music Theatre Federation of New Zealand.

  • Ballina Players —- Visited: 162 Times


    Listing id: 29623

    Ballina players is a community-based amateur theatre group and an incorporated association under the Incorporated Associations Act of NSW.

  • Bathurst Theatre Company —- Visited: 177 Times


    Listing id: 28686

    Bathurst Theatre Company (BTC) is committed to providing innovative high quality theatre using local actors and directors and artists. BTC believes in nurturing local talent and encourages people to achieve their full potential by providing mentorship and skills development programs to the Bathurst community.

  • Belvoir Street Theatre —- Visited: 498 Times

    Surry Hills

    Listing id: 29626

    Belvoir is one of Australia’s most celebrated theatre companies. Under the artistic leadership of Neil Armfield, the company performs at its home at Belvoir St. Theatre in Surry Hills, Sydney, and from there tours to major arts centres and festivals both nationally and internationally.

  • Berowra Drama Group —- Visited: 269 Times


    Listing id: 28527

    Berowra Drama Group has been operating for over eleven years and in that time has presented a range of shows: straight drama, musical revues, comedies and self written pieces.

  • Blacktown City Community Theatre Inc. —- Visited: 555 Times


    Listing id: 28689

    The Blacktown City Community Theatre (BCCT) is a not-for profit, fully incorporated group run by volunteers. Initially, the group fund-raised to provide a small fund for administrative requirements. A public meeting was held in Toongabbie and about 40 people attended.

  • Cameo Theatre Company —- Visited: 226 Times

    Kingsway West

    Listing id: 28789

    We are a small group of amateur performers nominally based in the St George area of Sydney. It has been our privilege to fill the need for live musical entertainment in the local area for more than 40 years, as well as unlocking the potential of countless members who have discovered the thrill of being on stage.

  • Campbelltown Theatre Group Inc. —- Visited: 311 Times


    Listing id: 28696

    The Campbelltown Theatre Group Incorporated is a collection of people from all walks of life with an interest in the world of theatrical performing arts. Our group was formed as the result of a public meeting held during 1956, with our first production, The Pirates of Penzance, performed during 1957.

  • Canterbury Theatre Guild Inc. —- Visited: 275 Times


    Listing id: 28531

    The Canterbury Theatre Guild was formed in 1977 following a request from Canterbury Municipal Council as part of its 150 year celebrations. Members of the dormant Lakemba Musical Society were contacted and the group, led by Nancy Chapman and Reg and Lillian Seymour, reformed as The Canterbury Theatre Guild (incorporating Lakemba Musical Society) with Tony Stevens as President.

  • Chester Street Theatre Group Inc. —- Visited: 362 Times


    Listing id: 28720

    Established in 1956, the Chester St. Theatre Group Inc. (Chester St.) has delivered 52 years of quality theatre to the community. The Group prides itself on its excellent reputation, a varied choice of plays and a high standard of production, three times a year.

  • Citymoon Theatre —- Visited: 187 Times


    Listing id: 29111

    Citymoon is a cross-cultural contemporary theatre company based in Sydney, Australia. Through the medium of theatre, Citymoon strives to bridge the gap between Vietnamese and non-Vietnamese Australian communities.

  • Class Act Theatre Inc. – Sydney —- Visited: 352 Times


    Listing id: 29530

    Class Act Theatre was formed at the beginning of 1994 by a small group of Western Australian professional theatre practitioners who wanted to produce high-quality Theatre-in-Education plays to tour WA schools.

  • Cooma Little Theatre Inc. —- Visited: 82 Times


    Listing id: 28727

    Cooma Little Theatre (CLT) was founded in 1955 and has been active in the Monaro region as a community group since then.

  • Crookwell Amateur Dramatic Society —- Visited: 106 Times


    Listing id: 28732

    Nestled atop the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, the township of Crookwell is where you will find a dedicated and enthusiastic troupe of carpenters, electricians, seamstresses, sound engineers and even a few actors! This band of bodies is the Crookwell Amateur Dramatic Society, otherwise known as C.A.D.S.

  • Darlinghust Theatre Company —- Visited: 592 Times


    Listing id: 29147

    The Darlinghurst Theatre Company was originally based at the Wayside Theatre in Kings Cross. The 1999 Sydney hailstorm destroyed its roof and the search for a new home began.

  • Drama NSW —- Visited: 270 Times


    Listing id: 28446

    Drama NSW is the official, professional body which represents the teachers of Drama in NSW and is run by, and for, early-childhood, primary, secondary and tertiary teachers, drama practitioners, and theorists.

  • Dubbo Theatre Company Inc. —- Visited: 101 Times


    Listing id: 28735

    The Dubbo Theatre Company is a strong and vibrant group of variously talented people. We work as a cohesive team with a strong commitment to producing the highest quality theatrical productions possible within our time constraints, financial budget and available theatre space.

  • East Coast Theatre Company —- Visited: 482 Times

    Bondi Junction

    Listing id: 28533

    The East Coast Theatre Company (ECTC) was launched on August 2, 2020 by the Lord Mayor Councillor Frank Sartor at the Sydney Town Hall. One of the world’s most renowned violinists, Jack Glatzer, performed at the launch which was attended by members of the artistic community and press.

  • Eaton Gorge Theatre Company —- Visited: 92 Times


    Listing id: 29087

    Eaton Gorge Theatre Company have worked with many companies to produce theatrical experiences that have met a variety of objectives.

  • Elanora Players Inc. —- Visited: 326 Times


    Listing id: 28736

    Elanora Players is a community theatre group based on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. We have been providing high quality theatre for over 40 years and have a strong membership and audience base.

  • Ensemble Theatre Company —- Visited: 240 Times


    Listing id: 29436

    The Ensemble Theatre is Australia’s longest, continuously running professional theatre company and has constantly maintained the highest standards in theatrical presentation.

  • Epicentre Theatre Company —- Visited: 345 Times


    Listing id: 28771

    Founded by theatre lovers for the local community in 1969, Epicentre Theatre Company has grown to become one of Sydney’s leading non-professional theatre companies.

  • Ever After Theatre Company —- Visited: 225 Times


    Listing id: 29115

    The theatre ensemble are a local performing arts group made up of thirteen young people. The company members have an interest in movement, drama, music and creating self devised performances. They also have an intellectual disability.

  • FAMS Theatre Company Inc. —- Visited: 298 Times


    Listing id: 28543

    Founded in 1971, we are a non-denominational, Christian-led organization staging a minimum of one musical and/or dramatic play yearly. These range from the standard popular musicals and plays to Christian based shows.

  • Fernerkle Productions —- Visited: 218 Times


    Listing id: 29440

    In 1991, actor/writer/director Malcolm Frawley initiated a fortnightly improvisation workshop involving a variety of other actors and writers (including still current regulars Brett Danalake and Chris Galletti). The aim was to meet regularly and develop and hone impro skills and to possibly develop and workshop scripts.

  • Gearstick Theatre —- Visited: 60 Times

    Wagga Wagga

    Listing id: 29118

    Gearstick Theatre is a Wagga based Not-for-Profit Organization dedicated to creating professional theatre for regional audiences.

  • Genesian Theatre Company —- Visited: 319 Times


    Listing id: 28747

    Born in 1944 and named for St. Genesius, Patron Saint of Actors, The Genesian Theatre Company has developed into a strong community-based organization that boasts among its alumni numerous household names in Australian theatre.

  • Glenbrook Players Inc. —- Visited: 195 Times


    Listing id: 28748

    The Glenbrook Players began life as the Lower Mountains Repertory Theatre in 1975. This not-for-profit company is committed to the performance of entertaining plays to a professional standard, usually in April/May and October/November each year.

  • Golden Rivers Theatre Group Inc. —- Visited: 51 Times


    Listing id: 28749

    Golden Rivers Theatre Group is a community theatre group based in Barham NSW, in the heart of the Central Murray region. GRTG performs both musicals and plays and brings together a wide cross section of the rural community.

  • Grafton Theatre Company —- Visited: 81 Times

    South Grafton

    Listing id: 29203

    The aims of the G.T.C. is to be an inclusive community based group able to extend to everyone the excitement of the theatre, whether on stage, behind the scenes or in the audience.

  • Griffin Theatre Company —- Visited: 109 Times


    Listing id: 29148

    Griffin Theatre Company is Australia’s leading new writing theatre. The resident at the historic SBW Stables Theatre, Griffin develops and stages the best new Australian Theatre, in the most exciting space in the country, for the widest possible audience.

  • Griffith and Regional Association of Performing Arts —- Visited: 66 Times


    Listing id: 28755

    GRAPA’s aim is to stage top-quality productions that cover a wide range of theatre, including Shakespeare, Cabaret, Theatre Restaurant, Musicals, Comedy/Farce and hard-hitting drama and to showcase the depth of talent that exists in our region.

  • Harlos Productions —- Visited: 175 Times


    Listing id: 29151

    Since 1983, Harlos Productions has brought outstanding new European plays to Australian audiences.

  • Henry Lawson Theatre —- Visited: 175 Times


    Listing id: 28779

    This small community based theatre is situated at Werrington in Sydney’s west. The building is attached to The Henry Lawson Club. The theatre is just one of several “inter-clubs” within the Henry Lawson Club.

  • Highlands Theatre Group Inc. —- Visited: 90 Times


    Listing id: 28758

    Highlands Theatre Group Inc. was incorporated on 16th June 1994, its object being:- To promote knowledge of and interest in dramatic and musical theatre in the Highlands area.

  • Holroyd Musical & Dramatic Society Inc. —- Visited: 206 Times


    Listing id: 28759

    Holroyd Musical and Dramatic Society (HMDS) is an amateur theatrical society located in the Holroyd council area of Western Sydney. The society performs musicals, pantomimes and straight plays.

  • Horizon Theatre Company —- Visited: 137 Times

    Wiley Park

    Listing id: 29223

    Founded in 1997, Horizon Theatre Co. Ltd. is a non-profit, multi-arts organization situated in Wiley Park which provides access, services and opportunities for creative expression to people of all ages.

  • Hunters Hill Theatre Inc. —- Visited: 295 Times

    Hunters Hill

    Listing id: 28769

    Hunters Hill Theatre held its first committee meeting in September 1930 and has never looked back. Originally called the Hunters Hill Play Reading and Dramatic Club (quite a mouthful), it has been performing continuously in the district ever since.

  • Kinetic Energy Theatre Company Inc . —- Visited: 192 Times


    Listing id: 28812

    KINETIC ENERGY began its life in Sydney Australia in 1975 as a contemporary dance company, founded by Graham Jones. By the 1980’s, under the co-direction of Graham Jones & Jepke Goudsmit, the company began to explore a multidisciplinary style of performance.

  • Leongatha Lyric Theatre Inc. —- Visited: 63 Times


    Listing id: 28822

    Lyric Theatre came into existence in 1965, when some local teachers and members of a struggling Leongatha dramatic group met to form a new theatre group to be called Leongatha Lyric Theatre.

  • Macquarie University’s Drama Society —- Visited: 279 Times


    Listing id: 28548

    It was well established long ago that DRAMAC would be a society that works hard at getting people involved in the things they love.

  • Mad Cow Theatre Company —- Visited: 156 Times


    Listing id: 29090

    Build confidence and creativity, explore communication and have fun.

  • Maitland Junior Repertory —- Visited: 62 Times


    Listing id: 29630

    Maitland Junior Repertory is a group that exists to aid children in developing acting and other theatre skills and to entertain the general public. Maitland Junior Repertory is for young people in Primary and High School, aged 7 to 16.

  • Maitland Reamus Youth Repertory —- Visited: 64 Times


    Listing id: 29631

    Maitland Reamus Youth Repertory is a group that exists to aid young people in developing their acting skills, theatre skills and other techniques used behind the scenes.

  • Multi Arts Confederation Inc. of NSW —- Visited: 78 Times


    Listing id: 29032

    The Multi Arts Confederation endeavours to provide a place to connect all of us to each other with arts and teach the young and old to appreciate and respect the artist.

  • National Institute of Dramatic Art —- Visited: 177 Times


    Listing id: 28497

    NIDA is Australia’s National Institute of Dramatic Art, a centre of excellence in training for theatre, film and television. NIDA’s primary role is to select and train exceptionally gifted young people at a tertiary level, preparing them for careers in theatre, film and television.

  • New South Wales University Theatrical Society —- Visited: 218 Times


    Listing id: 28556

    We are committed to fostering the development of theatre and providing creative outlets for students on campus. As Arc Club of the Year in 2008, NUTS is recognised as an integral part of student life on campus, fostering community and encouraging skills development.

  • New Theatre —- Visited: 531 Times


    Listing id: 28780

    New Theatre is one of the oldest continuously producing theatre companies in Australia with a proud history that is intertwined with much of Sydney’s social development and Australian theatre history.