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Commercial Theatre Companies

  • Auckland Theatre Company (1,026)
    Auckland Theatre Company is the largest professional theatre company in New Zealand
  • Backyard Theatre Productions (609)
    We are a group of Wellington theatre enthusiasts dedicated to bringing innovative and exciting theatre to Wellington audiences.
  • Bats Theatre, Wellington (1,454)
    BATS Theatre is an intimate theatre in downtown Wellington. We are committed to bringing you a range of exciting works and are proud to be supporters of burgeoning New Zealand talent.
  • Centrepoint Theatre, Palmerston North (416)
    Palmerston North's Centrepoint Theatre is the only professional theatre in New Zealand to operate outside the four main centres of Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin.
  • Circa Theatre, Wellington (636)
    Our two complementary performance spaces allow us to present an eclectic annual season of work, which includes a popular mix of comedies, dramas, musicals and pantomime.
  • Downstage Theatre, Wellington (451)
    We are committed to engaging and enriching the community in which we exist, as well as strengthening the theatre sector as a whole.
  • Dramatix New Zealand Ltd (746)
    Dramatix New Zealand Ltd was established in 2000, initially a theatre company to produce locally written original New Zealand theatre, Dramatix Ltd branched out to fill niche gaps in the Nelson theatre scene, providing farces and comedies in the Nelson Suburban Club and café theatre for more edgy, dramatic works as well as hosting and performing in National One Act Play Competitions.
  • Fabulous Arts Aotearoa New Zealand (391)
    Fabulous Arts Aotearoa New Zealand (FAANZ) is a new arts initiative centered on works that reflect, engage and inspire the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, takataapui, fa'afafine, and queer communities of New Zealand.
  • Free Theatre Christchurch (700)
    Free Theatre Christchurch was established in 1982. Its original mission statement included the following: to stage old and new rarely staged European plays in original translations, new New Zealand plays, and classical English texts in an unusual and experimental style. From the start the emphasis has been on non-verbal action and high production standards, discouraging the star system and encouraging long rehearsal and training periods in a company context.
  • Indian Ink Theatre Company (1,596)
    Indian Ink is a partnership of Justin Lewis and Jacob Rajan. Indian Ink has won three Production of the Year awards, two Edinburgh Fringe First Awards and broken box office records with tours throughout New Zealand, to Australia, Singapore and Edinburgh.
  • Kapital Kids Theatre (358)
    Kapital Kids' Theatre produces innovative, creative and exciting theatre for children. KKT strives for excellence in every theatrical project it undertakes, and aims to provide opportunities for theatre practitioners to engage in meaningful employment.
  • Taki Rua, Wellington (542)
    Taki Rua Productions is Aotearoa / New Zealand’s national Māori theatre company.
  • The Court Theatre, Christchurch (728)
    The Court Theatre employs professionals from around the country and internationally, and is dedicated to fostering and supporting local artists.
  • The Fortune Theatre, Dunedin (667)
    The Fortune is an excellent place for young people to learn and explore the theatre. We provide a range of options for schools as EOTC experiences.