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Support Organisations

  • American Association of Community Theatre (1,154)
    The American Association of Community Theatre provides networking, resources and support to suit the needs of all those involved in community theatre.
  • Association of Lighting Designers (UK) (1,086)
    The Association of Lighting Designers is the professional body representing lighting designers in all fields in the United Kingdom and the rest of the world.
  • Auckland Community Theatre Trust (795)
    Auckland Community Theatre Trust was set up in 2004 in order to promote community theatre and the theatre arts in the Auckland area.
  • CAPITAL Theatre Productions Trust (499)
    CAPITAL Theatre Productions is keen to support and promote the development of local talent in Wellington
  • Creative New Zealand (Arts Council of NZ) (672)
    Creative New Zealand is the national agency for the development of the arts in New Zealand. We invest resources in New Zealand arts for the long-term benefit of New Zealanders.
  • Find My Cast (522)
    An on-line database of amateur actors wishing to receive notices of auditions in their area.
  • Green Theatre Initiative (538)
    Believing that both theaters and their audiences share a concern for the sustainability of their communities, the Green Theater Initiative seeks, firstly, to inspire theaters to incorporate environmental concerns in their planning and operations and, secondly, to aid them in doing so.
  • Hutt Theatre School Inc. (525)
    The objectives of the school are to assist students to learn and develop theatre, film and television techniques, to acquire self-confidence, tolerance and skills such as listening, freeing the body and voice, and developing imagination. Role play, improvisation and interpretation of character and scripts are regular facets of classes.
  • - online ticket agent (769)
    iTICKET is a 100% Kiwi company providing innovative solutions for ticketing events throughout NZ, from local theatres through to large festivals.
  • National Academy Of Singing And Dramatic Art (2,233)
    The successful performer anywhere in the industry today needs to be versatile and dynamic, with an ability to act, sing, and dance. At NASDA we offer a Bachelor of Performing Arts degree which combines these disciplines in a Music Theatre specialisation.
  • SOUNZ - the Centre for New Zealand Music (441)
    SOUNZ is a music information centre established in 1991 as a not-for-profit charitable trust whose purpose is to provide and promote music by New Zealand composers
  • Star Now (511)
    StarNow is an online casting and audition service designed to help casting professionals find talent.
  • The Big Idea (630)
    The Big Idea | Te Aria Nui is where people find the tools, networks, opportunities and inspiration to grow their "big ideas" into viable careers, projects and businesses in the creative sector.
  • The New Zealand Drama School (Toi Whakaari) (555)
    Toi Whakaari: NZ Drama School is New Zealandís foremost training establishment for the dramatic arts.
  • The New Zealand Performing Arts Review & Directory (Theatreview) (1,002)
    The New Zealand Performing Arts Review & Directory ( is dedicated to reviewing professional theatre and is wholly owned by Words for Action Limited
  • The NZ Theatre Federation (595)
    The New Zealand Theatre Federation Inc. provides a national link between people who are interested in theatre.
  • The NZ Theatre Federation - Wellington District (657)
    A branch of the New Zealand Theatre Federation Inc., covering all of the Wellington, Hutt Valley, Horowhenua, Porirua, Kapiti and Wairarapa regions.
  • TicketMaster New Zealand (837)
    Ticketmaster New Zealand is part of Ticketmaster Australasia Pty Ltd, wholly-owned by Ticketmaster the world's leading ticketing company.
  • Toi Poneke Arts Centre, Wellington (801)
    Toi Poneke Arts Centre is a creative space to meet, work, rehearse and exhibit. Established by Wellington City Council, the centre is located in Abel Smith Street in the heart of the city.
  • Wellington Performing Arts Centre (608)
    WPAC is a vibrant and exciting venue providing a home for a number of organisations involved with delivering the highest quality Performing Arts Programmes.