Reamus Youth Theatre gathers young community members between the ages of 16 and 25 and aids in developing their skills in a wide range of theatre concepts. These vibrant and talented thespians often produce fantastic entertainment for the general public.
What Does Reamus Do?
For one night per week, Reamus meet to extend their theatre skills through various workshops, rehearse performances and, of course, have fun. Reamus has performed an annual Shakespeare since 2002 and has performed short play nights and play in a day productions.
Acting based workshops help Reamus members to explore facets of the art such as improvisation, character development and movement whilst occasionally tapping into other performing art forms including dance and singing.
Not only does Reamus provide a stage on which young adults can perform, it also offers the opportunity to become involved in the technical side of theatre including directing, lighting, sound, costumes, set design and hair and makeup.
Scholarships have been offered to Reamus members to extend their theatre knowledge through external, professional workshops. More scholarships will be offered in the future for Reamus members.
Watch this space
August 2017: Love's Labour's Lost by William Shakespeare
March 2017: Dreamtime by Maura Campbell
August 2016: Titus Andronicus by William Shakespeare
Who Do I Contact?
Contact Joanne McAndrews, Leader
Phone: 0429 480 113 or email
Monday is Reamus Night at the theatre. Reamus members contribute $2 subscription each night to pay for minor expenses such as refreshments and photocopying.
Reamus meets on Monday evenings from 7:00pm to 9:30pm at the Repertory Theatre, Maitland.
Reamus is a sub group of Maitland Repertory Theatre and Reamus members are required to join Maitland Repertory Theatre.