After years in the making, audiences loved our major production
"Congratulations on an epic brought to life with vitality and reflection." - Jill.
"An astonishing musical and theatrical banquet." - Taylor.
"Thrilled to have Grieg's music and Ibsen's play finally in one performance. A magnificent achievement." - Kathy and Werner.
"Absolutely brilliant! I can't stop thinking about it." - Mercedes.
Excited theatre goers thronged to the iconic Paddo RSL to see the actors, singers, dancers, choir and orchestra bring the sweeping drama of Peer Gynt alive. They weren't disappointed. Audiences rose to their feet in appreciation at the end of Ibsen’s folk tale about the notorious braggart.
It's the first time on record in Australia that the play has been performed as it was originally conceived with a live orchestra playing Edvard Grieg’s magnificent, much-loved music.
Our incredible community of supporters, especially our volunteers and donors, makes our performances possible. We are so grateful for their generosity. We could not do it without them.
Please donate to help us put on future productions if you have the means. It pays our professional performers and musicians and keeps our prices down so everyone can attend.
What's coming next?
Watch some of our past peformances
ways to join the community
♥ Suggest someone for our Social Inclusion Program. It provides creative opportunities for people who might otherwise be excluded or marginalised through disability or disadvantage.
♥ Become a mentor or mentee. We particularly welcome skilled, creative, arts practitioners, perhaps retired, Super Citizens who are willing to act as mentors.
♥ Get a gig. Our productions provide work opportunities for professional musicians, singers, and actors.
Endangered Productions creates inclusive musical events with voices, instruments and heart.
The team's past productions include:
- Double Trouble - a Mozart and Bach tribute in Sydney
- Bach's Coffee Cantata which travelled to Bobin as part of our Bach to Bush Tour of regional areas.
- Nordic Noir celebrated all things Norwegian - including a world-premiere one-act play (Virus - A Fugue) and dance-and-songs Peer Gynt tasters.
- Yeomen of the Guard and The Beggars Opera in collaboration with FAMS Theatre Company.
- Trial by Jury with the Loosely Woven Troupe.