A fantastic community cast is busily rehearsing with director Anni Gifford for our presentation of Hotel Bonegilla, 16-18 November. 25 local community actors – including our 2017/18 Studio Ensemble – are exploring Tes Lyssiotis’ moving play about the early migrant experience of Wodonga’s Bonegilla Migrant Reception and Training Centre. The Hotel Bonegilla presentation will be […]
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About Lyn Wallis
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Lyn Wallis contributed a whooping 12 entries.
Entries by Lyn Wallis
Sunday 3 September from 11am
We are thrilled to partner with the Sydney Opera House to beam selected panels from its ANTIDOTE Festival of Ideas, Art and Action on Sunday 3 September, live into our Butter Factory Theatre. Sit back with a glass of wine, enjoy free nibbles and be part of the action, as we share these provocative […]
Auditions: 6-8pm Tuesday 22 August
We are thrilled to announce that fabulous local teaching artist and director Anni Gifford will direct our special rehearsed community reading of Hotel Bonegilla.
We are ready for you to audition!
The two-hour session on 22 August will include a brief information section, warm-up and enjoyable group auditions. If you performed in […]
It’s time again! Are you a dedicated young actor aged between 17 (or turning 17 in 2017) and 26? Are you a teacher with talented students in this age group? If the answer is ‘yes’, then we want to hear from you.
The Studio is an advanced skills development program for talented young actors who have a […]
The next HotHouse cab off the rank is White Box Theatre’s terrific production of Catherine McKinnon’s terrific play Hurt – opening on Tuesday 25 July. The show’s director Kim Hardwick, took time out of the Hurt rehearsal room to chat with HotHouse’s Artistic Director Lyn Wallis. They talk about what attracted Kim to the play, […]
Playwriting Australia (PWA) is the national organisation working with playwrights and theatre artists from all backgrounds and at all levels of their careers. Outposts is based on PWA’s nationally renowned writer training programs, and HotHouse Theatre is thrilled to partner with PWA to bring Outposts to writers in our region.
Whether you participated in the […]
The true story of Picasso and the sausage dog Lump that arrived at the artist’s villa one fine spring morning during 1957 has inspired the gorgeous new puppetry show, Picasso and His Dog. The show will have its world premiere at HotHouse Theatre on 29 June and run until 2 July with a schedule of performances […]
Free Artist Talk with Roslyn Oades
7pm – 8.30pm Thursday 7 April
Butter Factory Theatre, Gateway Island, Wodonga
You are invited. Click here to reserve your seat now!
In April, […]
HotHouse Theatre is a local success story of which we can all feel proud. But did you know it can cost anything from $150,000 to $380,000 to produce a play? That lights can cost up to $20,000 each? It costs between $6,000 and $15,000 to build a set.
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