The Western Australian Youth Theatre Company

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We invest in the talent, creative energy and commitment of young theatre artists providing skills, opportunity and professional development for emerging artists to create and tell their own stories to Australia.

WAYTCo_actorsWe offer fun and focused activities that build confidence, strong expressive bodies and voices, emotional literacy and an understanding of human motivation and action.

Through productions and workshops we provide a forum for social leadership and personal development, creating career pathways and opportunities in a highly challenging industry.

Our productions focus on training, mentoring and inspiring young theatre artists, while providing the broader community with high-quality and exciting theatre experiences.
Working in collaboration with renowned industry professionals and emerging young artists we produce vibrant, visceral and edgy works that tap into the psyche of today’s youth.
To inspire and develop Western Australian youth theatre artists, providing the broader community with high-quality ensemble theatre.
To create opportunities for young actors and performing artists in an environment that trains, develops and nurtures creativity, talent and commitment through performances and workshops supported by established and emerging professionals.
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7 Responses to “The Western Australian Youth Theatre Company”
  1. Isabel Freeman says:

    My 13yo daughter would like to come to the Sunday afternoon workshops next term. How do I sign her up?

  2. Deb Kerrison says:

    Hi My 16 year old son would like to Sunday workshops..How doers he apply? Cheers Deb

    • WAYTCo says:

      Well, first of all he needs to become a member. Download the form from the About or Auditions page and print it off. He can bring the application form with him. It’s currently $25 for a 2012 membership. The term fee for the acting workshops is $200. You can pay by EFT or bring cash or a cheque on the first day. Send an email to to confirm that your son would like to enrol and we’ll get him on the register.

  3. Donna Kerr says:

    I am a highschool drama teacher and I find it very difficult to find quality P.D in W.A.. Would it be possible for me to sit in and observe some of the actors studio workshops? I would of course pay for the workshops. The themes look great and I know my students would really benefit.

    Many thanks
    Donna Kerr

  4. Hi

    I’m Reshmi, an organising member of a cultural festival in Chennai, India. As part of the festival, we have a World Culture Show, where we try to bring in talent from countries across the globe. I wanted to know if WAYTco would be interested in performing at our cultural festival next January? Have you had any international performances before?

    Thank you,

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