Our 2018 timetable of classes is now up
There are NO MORE scheduled classes for 2017. Thanks to everyone who came to our WHOLE COMPANY BREAKUP PARTY on Tuesday 5th December.
.Thanks everyone for a terrific year! Our final event will be the Buderim Christmas Carol Celebration on Sunday 10th December.
The carols commence at 6.30pm and if you are intending to join us, please meet us behind the new sound shell ( opposite the hall) at 6.20pm . Come along dressed in Christmas attire. ( Red, Green or White)
BUDERIM CHRISTMAS CAROLS
Sunday 10th December from 6.30pm - Buderim Soundshell
Please note in the event of rain, the Carols will be staged in the hall.
WHAT DO I NEED TO DO TO SIGN UP FOR 2018?
Complete the online Registration Form indicating your area of interest for 2018.
Pay the Annual Registration Fee to secure your place. This is to be paid into the BYTE account BSB: 484799 Acc: 044588827 referencing your child's name.
Current Master Class and Studio B / X members must return a reapplication form that will be sent to your email address. This must be received by January 5th 2018 to retain a place in the 2018 program.
AUDITIONS 2018 MASTER CLASSES/ STUDIO B
These were conducted on December 6th 2017. Another audition date may be offered if there is availability.
Congratulations to all performers from the Sunshine Coast Theatre Festival.
BYTES plays were fabulous.
1st Place BRAINSTORM
2nd Place BUSTOWN
BEST ENSEMBLE- ANTIGONE.
Awards of Distinction to:
Dominic Graves, Alli Whitmore, Carys Mahoney, Stella Doyle, Dominic Ashton and Angharad Burgess.
BYTES is a performance based Youth Theatre and we therefore survive by our patrons supporting our shows. Every family of every member is therefore encouraged to bring people along to our performances. Your support is crucial
so that we can present quality works and give our students the opportunity to perform in front of an audience. Thank you to all of our wonderful families who not only come along to their own child's show but come to see other performances.
Theatrical performances cost a lot to stage with venue hire, sets, lighting and sound and payments of rights and royalties to the owners of the works that we perform. Having audiences to see our shows, means that we can continue to stage productions.