JUNIOR

Learn how to have fun and express yourself on-stage

For ages 6 – 12

Have fun with new friends and learn the foundations of stagecraft with great tutors.

Junior theatre is a great way for kids to learn key stage craft skills, grow in confidence and enjoy socialising with their peers. 

Our classes are a place where they will flourish, explore their unique ideas and develop them through acting, mime, story telling, improvisation and more.

Because they meet like-minded kids they become confident and learn to fit with the group dynamic. Our tutors work with them to celebrate every milestone on their drama journey.

Our students perform in their own junior theatre productions throughout the year and also have the opportunity to join the cast of our musical and repertory shows.

OUR PROGRAMS

Acting Antics

Acting Antics is a structured program that takes place over the course of the school holidays.

A group of children and work through the holiday to practice and then perform a play for their friends and family. 

This is a great way to introduce your children to the stage in one short block that lets them get a taste for being on stage. 

Send an email for more details. 

sing your heart out - dance your socks off

We have bootcamps every school holiday that run outside of Acting Antics. 

These are a great chance for your kids to spend a dedicated chunk of time working with their peers to develop their stage skills. 

Get in touch with us to register your interest for the next bootcamp as places fill up quickly.

Main Productions

From time to time the cast for our major productions will require children. Some examples of previous shows are Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat, Heidi and The Sound of Music. 

When this happens there is the opportunity for our Junior theatre attendees to audition and take part in a larger production alongside our adult company. 

This is a great way for them to experience what it’s like to be part of a larger cast and production. 

Looking for something else? 

WHAT'S ON

The Girl on the Train

Rachel Watson longs for a different life. Her only escape is the perfect couple she watches through the train window every day, happy and in love. Or so it appears.

30 June - 9 July

Harlequin Theatre, 152 Dixon Street

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Auditions | Aladdin and the Curse of Qataban

MTC is looking for actors, singers & dancers aged 8 to 16 years for this magical fantastical production.

Auditions: July 2nd & 3rd
Performances: October 5th to 9th
Director: Deborah Percy
Venue: Majestic Theatre Masterton

For audition information contact Deborah Percy on 021 1832508 or deborah@actingantics.com

Acting Antics

Acting Antics is a structured program that takes place over the course of the school holidays.

A group of children and work through the holiday to practice and then perform a play for their friends and family. 

This is a great way to introduce your children to the stage in one short block that lets them get a taste for being on stage. 

Send an email for more details. 

MEMBERSHIPS

YOUTH

This membership is for those aged 18 years and under and costs just $20 annually.

SINGLE

This membership includes full voting rights as well as discounts on show tickets and costume hire.

COUPLE

As a member you have voting rights, 20% discounted tickets and discounted costume hire.

FAMILY

A family is considered 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children. Extra children can be added. 

PHONE

06 377 3799 or 06 377 3535

EMAIL

info@mastertontheatrecompany.co.nz

ADDRESS

137 Ngaumutawa Rd & 152 Dixon St

Masterton