Courageous and Collaborative Actors required for Script Development Process

Tripwire are going into development and then production for new play The Belly Dancer. The development is supported by Centre for Non-Violence and the Capital Theatre Performance Subsidy with the City of Greater Bendigo. The production is funded by the Ulumbarra Foundation Performing Arts Power-Up Grant. Three actors are required to work collaboratively with Jake … Continue reading Courageous and Collaborative Actors required for Script Development Process

Tripwire awarded subsidy for The Belly Dancer development

We're pleased to announce that we are the recipient of a Performance Subsidy from the Capital Venues & Events and City of Greater Bendigo! We'll be taking up residence in The Engine Room for a week in August to work on new play, The Belly Dancer. Writers Jake Honeychurch and Megan Riedl will be joined … Continue reading Tripwire awarded subsidy for The Belly Dancer development

Tripwire soaking it up at Industry Events

Report from recent industry events by Artistic Director Megan Riedl. Last Wednesday I attended Showcase Victoria, thanks to the support of the Go Pitch Regional Support Fund. In a "speed dating" session, I met representatives from a range of Victorian performing arts centres and discussed our model and our members' projects that are or will … Continue reading Tripwire soaking it up at Industry Events

Make theatre happen with matched donations to our PD Fund

Tripwire Theatre Inc. is a not-for-profit incorporated association and we are looking for strategic partners who can assist us in raising funds towards our Professional Development Fund. Individuals can make donations of under $100 that will be matched by Tripwire from our annual profits. Our members are emerging professional theatre makers and arts managers, along … Continue reading Make theatre happen with matched donations to our PD Fund

Local theatre hotting up over summer

Summer has been a busy time for our members, with all sorts of productions in full swing. They'll be ready for you to get along and soak up some local theatre in the next few months. Megan Riedl's play "Two Men, One Frypan" has been chosen to be part of the Bendigo Theatre Company's 2018 … Continue reading Local theatre hotting up over summer