Student Theatre Groups
Student theatre groups are exactly what they sound like – groups of students who produce and perform their own shows. We welcome ALL types of performance!
We have over 20 affiliated student theatre groups. You can find one you’d like to join in the list below or you can start your own group.
The following groups welcome new students every year. They usually recruit people at the start of Semester 1 and will do call outs for specific roles for a production e.g through auditions and production team applications.
Melb Uni (MU) Modern Theatre Company | facebook | insta | mumoderntheatre(at)gmail.com
Dedicated to contemporary stagings of existing plays, as well as the production of new theatrical adaptations and translations.
Melb Uni Shakespeare Company (MUSC) | facebook | insta | mu.shakespeare(at)gmail.com
MUSC has been an active part of the Uni Melb’s theatre community for over a decade. Performance season is semi-annual.
Mudcrabs – Melb Uni Comedy Revue Board | facebook | insta | website | mucomedyrevueboard(at)gmail.com
Dedicated to performing, discussing and watching comedy – incl. a weekly showcase in the Rowden White Library.
Uni Melb Music Theatre Association (UMMTA) | facebook | insta | website | contact(at)ummta.org
UMMTA produce a full-scale musical production each semester, as well as running smaller projects and holding fun events.
Unimelb Savoyards | facebook | gabtassoni3(at)gmail.com
Dedicated to performing the works of Gilbert and Sullivan for contemporary audiences.
Don’t get upset, it isn’t because they don’t like you, these groups just aren’t open to ALL students e.g you have to be living at college to be in a college production or studying medicine to be in the Med Revue.
International House Theatre Group | insta
Newman College Theatre Association | facebook | newmantheatre(at)gmail.com
Queen’s College Music and Drama Society | facebook | qcmads(at)gmail.com
St Hilda’s College | hildasplay(at)gmail.com
Trinity College Dramatic Society
Honorary Theatre Groups
(These groups are actually affiliated with Clubs and Societies but they love theatre)