We are thrilled to report that Three River Theatre received eight awards at the 2019 Tasmanian Theatre Awards. All wins are in the Community Theatre category.
Congratulations to Stephanie Francis and Travis Hennessy, best actors in supporting roles for Killer Joe; the cast of Our Town, best ensemble; Terry Ryan, best set design for Our Town; Leigh Oswin, best director Our Town; Jimmy Harrison and Kerri Gay, best actors in leading roles for Killer Joe and Our Town respectively; and Killer Joe, best Community Theatre Production.
Congratulations to all nominees - as always there were some truly deserving people who missed out this year. We thank everyone who has supported our work over the last 12 months - it absolutely takes a village to make community theatre successful and we have one of the best tribes. Go safely and make great art everyone.
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the sad passing of our dear friend, and life member, Rebecca Phillips.
Bek's kind words of wisdom and extensive theatrical experience will be forever remembered and cherished, together with her beautiful soul and contagious smile.
Bek was one of our true stalwarts, contributing extensively, and meaningfully, to every facet of our company.
Our sincere and heartfelt condolences go out to Bek's family and friends.
Bek was Three River's "Local Hero" at the 2016 Tasmanian Theatre Awards, and we post her celebratory tribute here.
Three River Theatre are thrilled to support St Giles and initiatives by such grand humans as Gerard Lane who make theatre accessible to people of all abilities. We are honoured and proud to have received some this thanks today. Huge thanks to Pauline Robson for representing Three River Theatre at the presentation ceremony this afternoon!
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