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
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
We're pleased to announce that Bendigo's Centre For Non-Violence are our Project Partner for The Belly Dancer project! We met yesterday with CNV CEO Margaret Augerinos to discuss possibilities for a partnership between them and Tripwire on The Belly Dancer project. Set in Bendigo in 2015, the play follows a young couple as their relationship falls … Continue reading Centre for Non-Violence sign on for The Belly Dancer!
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
Our members are now getting used to seeing Hollow in the rear-view mirror and we can't wait to get out and about in Central Victoria this winter with so much going on! Christine Tammer will be performing at the Ballaarat Mechanics Institute Winter Salon on Thursday 13th, and there's room to get involved in the … Continue reading Get out into Winter!