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    • Amateur theatre

    • Amateur theatre, also known as amateur dramatics, is theatre performed by amateur actors and singers. Amateur theatre groups may stage plays, revues, musicals, light opera, pantomime or variety shows, and do so for the social activity as well as the artistic side. Productions may take place in venues ranging from the o ... Read »


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    • Adelaide Repertory Theatre

    • 'The Adelaide Repertory Theatre (The Rep) is an amateur theatre company in Adelaide, South Australia. It is the longest surviving amateur theatre company in the Southern Hemisphere. It celebrated its centenary in 2008 having been set up in 1908 by students from the Elder Conservatorium. The company currently presents ... Read »


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    • Amateur Drama Theatre 'Branislav Nusic' Teslic


    • Dominion Drama Festival

    • The Dominion Drama Festival was an organisation in Canada that sought to promote amateur theatre across the country. It lasted, in one form or another, from 1932 until 1978. The Dominion Drama Festival (DDF) was devised in 1932 as a way to promote the theatre that was being created in Canada. It was an annual even ... Read »


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    • Highbury Theatre Centre

    • Highbury Theatre Centre

      Highbury Theatre Centre is a non-professional theatre situated in the Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, England. It is one of the oldest, established amateur theatres in the city and a founding member of the Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain. Conceived in 1924 by Bertie English, the theatre originall ... Read »


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    • The Madras Players

    • The Madras Players are the oldest English-language theatre group in Chennai, India. The Madras Players have staged over 240 theatre productions over more than 50 years. The Madras Players has its origins from Kilpauk General Hospital in the Psychiatric Ward, a theatre group exclusively for the mentally disabled, t ... Read »


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    • Napier Operatic Society

    • Napier Operatic Society

      Napier Operatic Society (often abbreviated as NOS) is an amateur theatre society based in Napier, New Zealand. Established in 1887, Napier Operatic Society is the second oldest-existing theatrical society in New Zealand, and is nationally renowned for its critically acclaimed professional-quality productions. The soci ... Read »


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    • Oast Theatre, Tonbridge

    • Oast Theatre

      The Oast Theatre is situated on the outskirts of Tonbridge, Kent. It is a small theatre that is based in an old oast house. It is home to the Tonbridge Theatre and Arts Club. The theatre seats 112 people. Tonbridge Theatre and Arts Club (TTAC) was based at The Mitre PH, Hadlow Road, Tonbridge. In the late 1960s, i ... Read »


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    • The Peel Players

    • The Peel Players were an amateur theatre group from the Isle of Man in operation during the 1910s and specialising in Anglo-Manx dialect productions. Through the initiation of Sophia Morrison, the group met for the first time in July 1912 at Christian Street School, Peel. They commenced playing in 1913 with Christophe ... Read »


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    • Port Washington Play Troupe

    • Port Washington Play Troupe is New York State's oldest continuously performing amateur theater organization. Based in the hamlet of Port Washington, the group was founded in 1927. According to a historical summary prepared in 2003 for the Port Washington Public Library Local History Center, the Play Troupe had its ... Read »


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    • Swan Esther

    • Swan Esther is a musical based on the bible story of Esther. It was written in 1982 by Jack Edward Oliver (words) and Nick Munns (music). A professional production was staged by the Young Vic in January 1984. Swan Esther has also been performed by a number of amateur companies. The original soundtrack was published ... Read »


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    • You Me Bum Bum Train

    • You Me Bum Bum Train is an Interactive theatre performance devised by Kate Bond and Morgan Lloyd in 2004. The pair met as art students in Brighton, where they were studying illustration and film. You Me Bum Bum Train gained critical acclaim in the United Kingdom when it was awarded the Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Tr ... Read »


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