Membership

Membership fees are:

Student/Pensioner/Country resident  $10
Single $20
Family (all at same residence) $30

For more information about how to become a member, click the button below.

Why become a member?

Becoming a member of Pymble Players will put you in touch with like-minded fellow theatre enthusiasts in your local community. We are always looking for members willing to be involved backstage, onstage and front of house. These are some of the benefits:

  1. 1. You are entitled to purchase your own ticket for our shows at the concession price
  2. 2. You will receive a monthly newsletter
  3. 3. You are entitled to attend our social club nights which are held at the theatre
  4. 4. Once you are a financial member, you are covered by insurance and can take part in our productions.

Our Monthly Newsletter

Contains a wealth of information about upcoming plays and what's going on at Pymble Players.

Club Nights

Come along as a visitor and see for yourself. The club nights are held from time to time throughout the year. Please email info@pymbleplayers.com.au for a programme of events.

You Don't Have to Be an Actor!

There are lots of other roles.

Director: This is the person who can work as a collaborative team leader and bring the play off the page and onto the stage. We will be calling for Directors for our 2017 season early in 2016. If you would like more information on how this process works, please express your interest via our Contact Us page.

Stage Manager: That stealthy person in black, only occasionally seen by the audience. However, ever present behind the scenes, this person ensures the smooth running of the production.

Lighting Designer: This person has the visual creativity to assist the Director to create that onstage atmosphere, be it spooky, romantic, day time or night time - to name just a few.

Sound Designer: This person creates the music that can move the audience to tears and the effects that can shock them, make them laugh or make them feel like they're in the bush or in the city.

Set Designer: Be it stark or realistic, this person will assist the Director to achieve their vision for the "look" of the play and create the audience's first impression as they enter the theatre.

Lights and Sound Operator: These people are up there in the Gallery pressing buttons and sliding knobs at just the right time.

Set Construction and Painting: Those wonderful creative and practical people who build and colour.

Costume Design and Making: More wonderful creative and practical people who imagine, research and sew.

Props: That special person who can find the most obscure items needed on stage. Chamber Pot? 1920s Gramophone?

Rehearsal Prompt: This eagle-eared and patient person helps the actors get their lines right once it's "Books down!".

Front of House and Box Office: Those people who meet, greet and seat and look great in black and white. Tea or Coffee anyone? Tickets please!

Publicity: The person who gets the word out there and the bums on the seats.

 

If you would like to be involved just let us know!