The Board of HotHouse Theatre announces that after more than four years with the Company, Artistic Director/CEO Lyn Wallis will step down from her full-time role at the end of June: for personal reasons, and to pursue other creative endeavours. Lyn will work with HotHouse until new artistic leadership is in place, and will continue […]
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About Vanessa Keenan
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Fresh off the plane from a sell-out tour of the UK, Maeve Marsden and Libby Wood take us on a sublime musical journey through the history of ‘mother’s ruin’, aka gin.
Mother’s Ruin: A Cabaret About Gin features music originally performed by Amy Winehouse, Nina Simone, Martha Wainwright, The Popes, The Pretenders and more in […]
The River at the End of the Road cast members Mark Lee, Gabriel Fancourt and Drew Livingston speak about the show.
The River at the End of the Road is now playing at the Hume Bank Butter Factory Theatre until Saturday 17th March. Book now
HotHouse Artistic Director Lyn Wallis chats with the cast and crew in final rehearsals before the premiere of The River at the End of the Road.
Features original music by Drew Livingston.
HotHouse Theatre today announced Hume Bank as 2018 Principal Partner. This new collaboration extends and deepens Hume’s long-standing relationship with HotHouse and reinforces its commitment to arts and culture on the Border.
Hume Bank has been on the HotHouse journey for over twelve years, and its support has been critical to the development and presentation […]
Artistic Director Lyn Wallis interviews Caleb Lewis, writer of The River at the End of the Road.
Tickets and more info can be found here
Artistic Director Lyn Wallis gives us her Lyntroduction for The River at the End of the Road. Premiering at HotHouse Theatre March 9-17. Tickets are on sale now.
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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