Glen Street Theatre

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Glen Street Theatre
General information
Town or city Belrose
Coordinates 33°44′25″S 151°12′37″E / 33.74023°S 151.21031°E / -33.74023; 151.21031
Renovated 2013-15
Other information
Seating capacity 400
Website
http://www.glenstreet.com.au/

Glen Street Theatre is a 400 seat proscenium arch auditorium located in the Forest Community Centre, at the corner of Glen Street and Blackbutts Road in Belrose. It was opened on 6 July 1985 by Warringah Shire President Darren Jones, and it now has a reputation as one of the most successful regional theatres in Australia. The Glen Street Theatre is an initiative of Warringah Council.

The theatre regularly presents productions from many of Australia's performing arts companies including Sydney Theatre Company, Ensemble Theatre, Company B, Bell Shakespeare, Griffin Theatre Company, Queensland Theatre Company, Melbourne's Playbox Theatre, Perth Theatre Company, The State Theatre Company of South Australia and other independent production companies, including Circus Oz, Pork Chop Productions, Performing Lines and Hit Productions. Actors appearing on stage included: Jonathan Biggins, Max Cullen, Drew Forsythe, John Gaden, Belinda Giblin, Max Gillies, Maggie Kirkpatrick, Genevieve Lemon, Pia Miranda, Jeremy Sims, Barry Otto and Jacki Weaver.[1]

The Glen Street Theatre also supports local productions and arts with Davidson High School staging its annual Season Of Performing Arts at the theatre. The North Sydney Dance Festival is also staged from the theatre.


References[edit]

  1. ^ Glen Street Theatre Retrieved November 18, 2006

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