Entries by Julie Amos

Border Mail Review – In HART, in Reconciliation Week, HotHouse Theatre has a work that resonates

Like theatre, story telling is an art that has continued through the ages and Ian Michael masters both with HART – an emotional piece highlighting Australia’s recent sorry past.

Michael, a Noongar man in his 20s, is a new generation storyteller keeping the stories of his ancestors alive and relevant, as elders have done for thousands of years before […]

General Manager Appointed

The Chair of HotHouse Theatre, Paul McGill, today announced the appointment of Julie Amos as General Manager. “Following an extensive recruitment process, the Board is delighted to make this exciting executive appointment” Mr McGill said.

“HotHouse Theatre is a leading professional theatre company in regional Australia, playing an important role in the cultural landscape of Albury-Wodonga, the broader […]

The Perfect Valentine’s

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Between the Clouds reviews are in!

Reviews are in!

Audiences are loving Between the Clouds.

The Border Mail has given the show a glowing review saying “the HotHouse 2015 Studio Ensemble production makes theatre relevant and fresh to a new audience.

Sydney-based writer Julia-Rose Lewis has produced a wonderfully constructed script which resonates with a honest, modern dialogue perfectly executed by these budding […]

Between the Clouds – Note from the Creatives

Theatre has a lot of similarities with the stuff we put online. It’s got something ephemeral about it- once you put it out there, there’s no getting it back. It’s sharing something that’s got a bit of yourself in it whether you like it or not. And it’s making an offer of some kind- of […]

HotHouse renews 3 year funding with ArtsNSW

We’re thrilled to announce that HotHouse has been successful in renewing our 3 year agreement for funding from the NSW government through Arts NSW.

As one of very few regional theatre companies, we are committed to giving our community access to high quality Australian theatre, supporting the development of new works, and working with the […]