Want to be part of the Playhouse team?

If you:

• are an actor with a tertiary acting qualification (and/or significant professional experience)

• love performing for children and teenagers

• love travelling (and want to spend a year touring New Zealand and/or Australia)

• have an awesome attitude and will fit in well with our exciting and fun team

• aren't afraid of hard work

• are available to tour for at least a year

then get in touch so we can keep you informed about upcoming auditions. We audition in Melbourne, Sydney, Wellington and Christchurch each September (and take video auditions from other centres) for the following year (tours are February to December).

I'm not an actor...

I just want to be involved!

We'd love you to keep in touch, send us your feedback, send us your ideas, see where we're up to in the world. Just pop on over to our Facebook page and follow us! More links below.

Contact, show information, booking, invoicing and price excellent. Wonderful literacy links with our curriculum. Kids loved the costumes and the performance. Staff enjoyed the show, particularly how the content could entertain adults as well as students from Prep-Year 6. Our Yr 5/6 teacher commented on the content that related to bullying, cyber bullying, friendship and core values we are trying to teach students. In the past we have had shows to deal explicitly with this but thought The Big Sad Wolf did a better job and was much more entertaining.

- Allansford and District Primary School, Allansford, Victoria

Our Year 8 and 9 students really enjoyed Botfarm 2014 – Rise of the Appliances. The show conveyed the key elements of dystopia – particularly Orwell’s Animal Farm – in a fun, accessible format. The pop culture references were appreciated, and the physicality of the performance made for lots of humour.

- Canberra Girls’ Grammar School, Canberra, Australia