Our vision is to be the best theatre company in Australia by our 50th birthday in 2020. With your support we can get there. Help us on our journey – please give to Queensland Theatre’s Foundations for the Future campaign.
To be the best theatre company in the country by 2020 we need to become:
The best place for audiences:
Queensland Theatre will provide audiences with more than ‘just a performance’. Full house signs, buzzing foyers, unique events and experiences, world-class entertainment and passionate conversations will be synonymous with Queensland Theatre.
The best place for stories:
For the benefit of the Queensland community we plan to create the next Australian theatre classic. It takes time and committed investment to make this a reality. We have started on this path with Ladies in Black, but we want to bring audiences more iconic works, more often.
The best place for artists:
Queensland Theatre has a great history of launching the careers of artists including Bille Brown, Deb Mailman, Wesley Enoch and Carol Burns - but we are committed to providing more opportunities for artists. We want to be known as the national theatre of first breaks, fostering new talent and creating career pathways. Current initiatives include our Assistant Director Program and nurturing the next generation of young artists through the Youth Ensembles
How do we get there?
The Foundations for the Future campaign is integral to reaching our vision for 2020. With an ambitious fundraising target of $1.5 million, it is our largest campaign to date.
The campaign expands across all programs and encompasses our exciting new theatre, the Bille Brown Theatre.
You can play your part today and create a solid foundation for your state theatre company.
Thank you to our amazing donors who have helped us raise over $750,000 so far for the campaign. If you too would like to be part of the history of Queensland Theatre you can make a tax deductible donation to support any of our programs.
Whether you choose to give a single gift or consider a multiyear pledge, every gift counts.
To discuss how to structure a multiyear pledge or learn how your support will make a difference please contact our Philanthropy team at 07 3010 7614 or at email@example.com
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Programs like the Youth Ensemble give young artists a chance to engage with their state theatre company. Young people grow in confidence and develop a true sense of self-belief after participating in theatre programs. Support our goal of developing more Education and Youth programs in our new facility by supporting this fund.
Some stories demand an intimate theatre. The Bille Brown Theatre will be the home for these new works to flourish. Initial support for the development and curation of these stories is vital. Help us discover the next sell-out show to grace our corner stage.
The Longest Minute will have its world-premiere in Cairns this year before travelling to Townsville and Rockhampton. As Queensland Theatre, we are the theatre company for the whole state. Support for this campaign helps to ensure all Queenslanders can engage with quality theatre and corresponding programs, regardless of their location.
Be part of providing Queensland Theatre with its first home theatre. A state of the art corner stage venue, ideal for presenting compelling and thought provoking stories. Help us take this great step by giving towards the Bille Brown Theatre campaign.
We are committed to bringing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stories to our stages. In 2017 we had over 35 employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists (My Name is Jimi and An Octoroon). To continue the essential work of developing and nurturing ATSI artists, pitch in here.
Our commitment to developing and supporting artists is made possible through your enduring support. Actors, playwrights, technicians and designers will all benefit from working in the new Bille Brown Theatre. Continue to help them on their journey by supporting this element of our campaign.