OUR MAN IN HAVANA, by Clive Francis, directed by Dave Simms, will be our second production for 2018. Auditions to be held on Tuesday 27 February 2018. See our audition page for details...
Our brilliant cast will have their first read-through in November. Meet them here...
The Stirling Players drama group had its humble beginnings in the early part of 1972 when a mere 25 people voted for the formation of the Hills Drama Group. The increasing interest prompted a name change to the current Stirling Players. To find out more...
The Stirling Players call the historic Stirling Community Theatre their home. Located in the beautiful Adelaide Hills, in Avenue Road, Stirling, the theatre is just minutes from the city, and accessible from all parts of the Hills and beyond. For detailed directions and parking information...
The Stirling Players are calling for auditions for the OUR MAN IN HAVANA, by Clive Francis, directed by Dave Simms, to be held on Tuesday 27 February 2018. Season will run September/October 2018, with rehearsals starting July 2018. See our Auditions page for all the details...
We are thrilled to welcome Director, Hayley Horton, back to Stirling to open our 2018 season with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. It will run 23 February - 10 March 2018.
Hayley says, "We’ve gathered a fantastic group of performers with diverse and extensive experiences. This ensemble has the goods to deliver the physicality, humour and pathos that a classic Stoppard piece requires”.
On Saturday 2 September at the Gala Dinner to celebrate Adelaide's 2016/ 2017 theatre season, The Stirling Players' production of Tom Holloway's superb drama, won the 2017 Curtain Call Award for Best Drama - Amateur! Under Megan Dansie's fine direction this SA premiere production took our audiences on a moving journey into the life of one British child migrant who represented the thousands who were sent to Australia over many decades on a promise of a better life. Congratulations to Megan, Tony Busch, Angela Short, Alicia Zorkovic and Aaron McDonald for providing our audiences with an unforgettable theatre experience. See below for what the critics wrote about the production.
ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD
A theatrical experience that may well drive you “stark raving sane”.
"Director Kevin Burrett has done an excellent job of interpreting the somewhat unconventional text and assembled a talented cast to portray Ruhl’s oddball set of characters and deliver her delightful dialogue."
"...this is a wonderful production of a play filled with laughter, tears and a kind of warmth not often seen on stage."
Adelaide Theatre Guide
"Incisive Director, Kevin Burrett, has assembled a top cast"
"Amazing Brazilian newcomer Ms Freitas is 'a natural'..."
"It's further evidence of the company’s determination to push new boundaries with work never before seen here."
The Weekender Herald