Queensland Theatre are committed to nurturing the next generation of theatre makers, actors and audiences. We offer a variety of opportunities for young people to become more involved with their state theatre company.
Across a bare stage, three women carry us through the joyous and the dark places our minds can reach with only their torch light for illumination. Based on the Ovid epic, with a good dose of Dead Puppet Society magic, we come face to face with the Greek gods of old, and the humans who benefited or were betrayed by them.
Presented by Queensland Theatre’s Young Artists’ Performance Ensemble in collaboration with Dead Puppet Society
Young Artists' Ensemble program
Queensland Theatre's Ensembles enable motivated, passionate and talented young artists (years 8–12) to develop their skills at the State's flagship theatre company. During the year-long programs, participants will train with the country’s finest theatre professionals, see shows and meet artists from the mainstage season, and engage in a variety of performance opportunities.
Applications for the 2021 Young Artists' Ensemble program have now closed.
For any queries relating to the program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Pathways Program
For students in Years 10–12, this week-long program offers the chance to engage with a range of departments at Queensland Theatre, showcasing the different career pathways the arts in general can offer. Students will develop a detailed and authentic understanding of the responsibilities of these various roles and have the opportunity to apply their learnings through a series of hands-on, practical tasks.
Theatre Residency Week
Theatre Residency Week (TRW) is an intensive theatre camp for students in Years 9–12. It is the longest running theatre program of its kind in Australia having run now for 50 years.
Secondments and internships
Queensland Theatre invites tertiary students who are engaged in a work-integrated learning course to apply for a secondment or internship position.