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3 Sisters Youth Theatre Classes

Our aim is to use theatre and other strains of performance art as a creative outlet for young people. Running over two semesters the creative team instil the basic performance skills that develop not only self-esteem but also life skills and professional attitude for performance.

These classes focus on improving:

  • Communication
  • Focus and concentration
  • Spontaneity
  • Vocal skills: accents, breathing, resonation and tone
  • Movement and dance
  • Music Theatre and song

Productions and
Performance Not just skills


Over the last 3 years Jo And Timothy have been creating Blue Mountains Theatre for kids. beginning with a small class of 12 they began building not only the skills of the youth but Productions.

Our productions are rehearsed over 1 Semester (2 terms)

Within working towards the performance students learn:

  • The Audition process;
  • Professional development and attitude;
  • Characterisation
  • Different acting styles;
  • Expressionism and naturalism;
  • Stage presence;
  • Emotional connection;
  • Team building;
  • Status in performance;
  • Production skills (production students);
  • Technical rehearsal and production values;

As well as working toward the semester production there is a mid term show case providing members with

On top of the regular 2 hr Saturday class each semester has a free 5 hr worktop included with a focus on the lead up to the upcoming performance.

Our Scheduling

What sets 3 Sister Youth theatre performances out in our community is our  detail to production with the support of local Professional artists directors and industry professionals.

We encourage a  intense of Community spirit within the Youth. In accepting a role the Youth are expected to agree to there own

commitment contract. 

This document is a statement or self contract for al performers that they sign and have their parents witness. It asked that each member agree not to miss any rehearsal 4 weeks prior to the performance date, and to be available for the extra Sunday rehearsal, commonly used for wardrobe fittings and prop runs.

We have found that the  agreement re-enforces a sense of ownership and professional attitude that the Youth take empowering them with their own sense of ownership and responsibility

Performance Dates:
Saturday 10th, Sunday 11th December
Rehearsal Time:Saturdays 1:00pm- 3pm
Rehearsal / Performance Venue:
Sinofield Cultural Centre.
77 Scott Ave Leura

Snapchat-3548534788646157803Performance Dates:

Hitlers Daughter
Friday 23rd June
Time: 3:00Pm

Luke Loyd Alienoid
Hitlers Daughter
Saturday 24th June/ Sunday 25th June
Time: 3:00Pm

Youth Company
Semester 2 Show


SAM_2909Performance Dates:TBA

Rehearsal Time:Saturdays 3:00pm- 5pm
Rehearsal/ Performance Venue:
Sinofield Cultural Centre.
77 Scott Ave Leura.






Jane TownsendOther Directors
Jane Townsend

Jane has been a professional theatre actor for over 25 Years and is Mum to 2 budding Thespians of her own.Whilst studying for a BA in Performance from Theatre Nepean at UWS, with an honours year in theatre research, Jane co founded  Kulini Company; performing in many festivals around Australia and establishing cultural exchange performance programs with the Pitjantjatjara peoples of Central Australia. Jane also toured extensively through out Australia with Theatre in Education Companies; Nomad Theatre Company and Troubadour T.C, introducing young audiences to some classic Australian plays inc Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, Cosi and The Removalists as wellTownsend as new works ; Vietnam: Loss of Innocence and W.W.1: It will all be over soon. She has workshopped new works for children with Jigsaw Theatre Company in Canberra and devised and performed many installations with the Canberra company : A Bunch of Posers. Jane’s theatre highlights include ; Lady MacBeth in Shakespeare in the Park’s MacBeth; multi media international instalations with Culture Lab International; Sarah/Jane in Speaking InTongues for The Street Theatre; Reagan in King Lear and Mistress Page in The Merry Wives Of Windsor  for Shakespeare by the Sea. Jane read as part of the KTC’s  “The Turning Leaf Playreading Season” appearing in The Last Drop by John Shand, Eleanor and Eve by Mark O’Flynn and Byzantium by Ingle Knight. Most recently Jane has enjoyed a  time travelling , cooking adventure playing Mrs Isabella Beeton in Stephen Measday’s play Well Beeton.

Jane has taught drama in Western Sydney, Canberra and the Blue Mountains and is loving every minute teaching Boardwalk Basics for 3 Sisters Youth Theatre.