Youth Theatre (3dYT)

3d Arts Youth Theatre is a training space for young and emerging actors. With an emphasis on crafting original ensemble work, as well as challenging theatrical classics, 3dYT is a place for youth to learn how to collaborate and create, developing the personal character and competence to be a compelling actor on stage. 


Youth Theatre students study a range of acting techniques, character creation, improvisation and voice and movement training, culminating in scene work and full length public productions. 

Youth Theatre actors rehearse 6.15pm - 7.45pm on Tuesday (Croydon) & Thursday (Burwood).

Once a month, Youth Theatre students join together with Footworks Youth Dance Company for a dinner social space.


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Adapted by Mark Brown, from the novel by Jules Verne

Directed by Melody Taylor 

Come on the journey of a lifetime with the 3dArts company production of Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days. Adapted by Mark Brown from the novel by Jules Verne, 3dArts senior youth theatre is producing the amateur production you can’t afford to miss! 

Full of laughs, adventure and love, the amateur production is sure to win the hearts of audience members young and old. In this exhilarating and hilarious show, iconic characters Philieas Fogg and Passepartout, encounter adversity of every kind, ultimately discovering devotion, loyalty, and true love, despite the twists and turns of the journey!


Will they make it in 80 Days? Only time will tell...

See some sneak peeks into this production, meet the cast, or find more information about the company by checking out 3dArts Facebook:  


Don’t miss the train, Fogg will leave precisely on opening night, he doesn’t have a day to lose. Book your tickets today to secure a seat! 

Thursday 8th - Saturday 10th August.

Knox Community Art Centre, Bayswater.


Tickets $15.00/ Family ticket (X4) - $50.00. 


To book, head over to: 

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The Play

by Richard Tulloch & Robin Klein

Directed by Cale MacLaren & Kane Lach

This family comedy explores the meaningful themes of judgement, belonging, and true friendship, in a light-hearted and relevant adaptation of the classic Australian novel. Following the story of Erica navigating life as a tween in suburban Australia, the play showcases the hilarious drama of her first school camp and the realisation of her dream to become an actress. A lasting classic, the story of Hating Alison Ashley explores what it really means to embrace your true identity and realise that there is more than one way to lead a ‘rich’ life. Let yourself be carried away in this childhood exploration of purpose, relevance and worth. Just don't be late for class! Based on the Australian classic by Robin Klein, there's a piece of all of us in this suburban tale of tweenager Australia. Set in the 1980's, this modern morality tale hasn't aged a day. Even more so today, we need to be reminded of the importance of counting our blessings, rather than longing for the grass that always seems greener on the other side.

Tuesday 13th - Saturday 17th August at Knox Community Arts Centre.

Tickets - $15.00/ Family ticket (X4) - $50.00.

To book tickets, head to: