High Country Theatre enjoys presenting thoughtful and thought-provoking productions. We like to do something that hasn’t been done before or hasn’t been done for a long time, and if it has, we like trying something different. We seek to broaden and deepen our skills; to hand each other challenges and the support needed to meet them.
All our actors, production crew and support people have their own passions for various aspects of theatre performance and help ensure we meet professional standards in all we do.
The gallery on this page shows our past shows at various stages of production and performance. Hover over images for details.
The Little Prince, 2016
High Country Theatre’s production of the Little Prince delighted audiences, both young and old. We had great performances from all our cast which were given a magical touch by Lighting director Chris Snape.
As we know, no good show ever reveals the effort that goes into it backstage, behind the scenes and long before our audiences dream of buying tickets. Many, many thanks to patient parents, talented techies, clever creatives and marvellous managers.
A Woolf at the Door, 2015
Three plays about letters, love and lunacy.
Anita Brown as Eve and Mark Lawless as Constable Jones in Vee Malnar’s Stolen Heart.
A Lady of Letters
Jan Wyles as Irene Ruddock in Alan Bennett’s A Lady of Letters.
A Room of One’s Own
Barbara Albury as Virginia Woolf in A Room of One’s Own, based on Woolf’s lecture of the same name.
A Streetcar Named Desire, 2014
Mark Lawless and Serena Weatherall as Stanley and Stella Kowalksi.
Mark and Serena with Brendan Mooney as The Musician.
Jan Wyles as Eunice Hubbard in rehearsal with other cast members.
Barbara Albury as Blanche DuBois with Jack Bedson as Harold (Mitch) Mitchell.
Voice Workshop, lead by Emily Stocker