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

Join the team for The Venue

Tripwire active members, or those willing to join as such, are invited to attend to express interest in joining the production team for our 2018 project The Venue. Written by Christine Tammer & Annie Drum, The Venue is a brand new cabaret exploring poker machine addiction in contemporary Australian society. We are pushing for a … Continue reading Join the team for The Venue

Get writing at our upcoming workshop!

Get that awesome idea for a play out of your head, off the depths of your hard-drive and onto paper! Join Megan Riedl to smash out a one-act play on¬†Thursday 23rd November from 5.00-9.30pm at the¬†Eastwood Leisure Complex, Ballarat. Tickets are available now. This workshop is suitable for first-time and emerging writers looking to try … Continue reading Get writing at our upcoming workshop!

Smash out a short play in our workshop.

Get that awesome idea for a play out of your head, off the depths of your hard-drive and onto paper! Join Megan Riedl to smash out a one-act play in a day. Tickets available now! Wednesday 18th October from 4.00-8.30pm Ballarat South Community Hub Tuppen Drive, Sebastopol (Next to Phoenix College). Join Tripwire if you … Continue reading Smash out a short play in our workshop.

Spoiled for choice in Spring

Our members are flitting about like theatre butterflies this Spring, we're so spoiled for choice of shows to attend. Liana Skewes is a supporting actress in Ballarat National Theatre's spring production of rollicking school-days comedy Daisy Pulls it Off. 30 Sept - 1 Oct at the Old Courthouse Theatre, Ballarat. Jacob Honeychurch and Sharon Newth … Continue reading Spoiled for choice in Spring