June 2020

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I can start to feel the theatre buzz coming back! With auditions looming and restrictions lifting we might see those dormant theatre stages back in operation before the end of the year.
Although, through these cool winter months, make sure you get together with your team (at a socially acceptable distance) and work on your plan to create your COVID-Safe plan.

If you are looking to warm up those vocal chords, stretch those muscles or blow the cobwebs off those instruments, I’ve put together an astounding and time fleeting virtual project that closes on the 13th of June. If you are keen to join the madness, dress up and have some fun, click here for more information.

Our AGM is being postponed. Make sure you follow our event page for more information.

Please note we are changing our Post Box, please update your records to: PO Box 3368, Norwood, SA, 5067

On the cover this month we have Stirling Community Theatre, empty but keeping the committee busy and a selection of hands, as they sum up the last month of recognition (National Volunteers Week and National Reconciliation Week) along with the helping hand and support has been provided with the range of situations we’ve all experienced.

News

McKay’s Mart – Saying Goodbye

An end to an era.

National Reconciliation Week

In this together – on our journey towards reconciliation.

National Volunteers Weeks

‘Volunteering is time willingly given for the common good and without financial gain.’

Company News – CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

The Stirling Players Inc. are zooming into the future and looking forward to next year’s opening production.

Company News – Arts community hub in the Adelaide Hills seeking volunteers

While the house lights might be dimmed for a little while longer, the small Management Committee continue to be busy.

What's On

What’s On

TASA on SPOTIFY
Networking on AusStage
Paul Brand
With a strong IT background, Paul is an avid lover of the arts. His first taste of the arts included Wakakirri from a young age, to playing Trumpet for over 15+ years. Paul has been a cast member, director, reviewer and also in the pit, but you’ll most likely catch him seeing a production somewhere.

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