We are calling for submissions for our 2018 season. See our Submissions page for details..
Following auditions last month the cast has been announced...
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...
Call for submissions for 2018
Directors are invited to submit plays for consideration for production by The Stirling Players in 2018.
Season #1: February.March 2018
Season #2 September/October 2017
We are pleased to announce the plays selected for our 2017 season:
February 17th to March 4th 2017 - Forget Me Not by Tom Holloway - Directed by Megan Dansie. Read about the play...
September 22nd to October 7th 2017 - The Clean House by Sarah Ruhl - Directed by Kevin Burrett
Looking for a special gift for a theatre-lover?Why not give a Stirling Players' Membership, which entitles the recipient to two discounted tickets, invitations to Members' Only events and other benefits? For more information about Member benefits ...
WHAT THE CRITICS SAID ABOUT OUR COUNTRY'S GOOD
"... a piece of community theatre that is..bracingly ambitious and unusual"
"Lee Cook, Dave Simms and Tim Williams give the kind of expert, professional-level performances here that Adelaide theatre audiences have come to expect of them."
".. a play that is rich in imagery, characterisation, and ideas, The Stirling Players should be commended for tackling such a piece, and you should do yourself a favour by seeing it."
Adelaide Theare Guide
"The Stirling Players have been very brave in choosing this play".
"..set design is excellent, complemented by fine lighting design.. and the very good sound design .. Costumes are wonderful."
"The Stirling Players’ Our Country’s Good is a bold venture."
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