Want to be involved in Peer Gynt? Volunteer!

Endangered Productions welcomes volunteers for its upcoming production of Ibsen's play Peer Gynt with music by Edvard Greig. If you want to share your skills, develop new ones or just contribute to a vibrant music production, this is for you!


Want to develop new skills?

Get engaged in the robust community of live theatre. Putting on a show requires all types of talents and capabilities – not just performers. Volunteers can also assist with administration, marketing, social media, catering, costume making, stage management, set construction and numerous other tasks necessary to mount a show. You need not have worked in these areas before but are keen to develop new proficiencies. Theatre is a great environment to develop new skills.

Interested in our Social Inclusion Program?

Our Social Inclusion Program also offers creative opportunities for people with intellectual or physical disabilities, mental health problems or who are socially isolated. You can be a valued part of our community. Find out how.

Want to share your skills?

We particularly welcome skilled Super Citizens (mature, retired citizens who may have more time to commit to creative pursuits) for our creative volunteer base to act as mentors to those who are keen to learn. We particularly welcome potential set builders, costume and prop makers, make-up creators, IT enthusiasts, social media communicators, photographers or cooks – sustenance is always vital!

Our Social Inclusion Program needs skilled mentors to train those who are keen but lack the knowledge.

>  Drop us a line to let us know about the skills you want to develop or share.


work opportunities

Our productions will also provide work opportunities for professional musicians, singers, and actors.


We love sponsors!

By becoming a private or corporate sponsor you will contribute to the creation of quality, accessible music theatre in Sydney.

Contact us and we will get back to you directly about opportunities in our upcoming production of Peer Gynt.