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The Campbelltown Theatre Group Incorporated is a collection of people from all walks of life with an interest in the world of theatrical performing arts. Our group was formed as the result of a public meeting held during 1956, with our first production, The Pirates of Penzance, performed during 1957.
CTG Inc is one of hundreds of community theatre groups across Sydney and Australia. A community theatre group is one that is operated by ordinary members of the public on a not-for-profit basis – members give freely of their own time and resources, and there are no permanent paid staff. All income is returned to the group for use in the next production or for maintenance.
CTG Inc prides itself on providing audiences from the Macarthur area (an area of south-western Sydney taking in suburbs bounded by Liverpool, Camden, Picton and Appin) and beyond with quality and value-for-money entertainment which lives up to a professional standard.
We are also the oldest and largest theatrical company in our area and have provided opportunities for many actors and off-stage personnel, many of whom have moved on to bigger and better things. Our 100 plus members consist of those who have worked in professional theatre to beginners. Our members range in age from seven and eight-year-olds to people in their 70s.
Since 1980, CTG Inc has been based in the Campbelltown Town Hall Theatre, a heritage building which has served our city in many different ways across its existence (see About The Town Hall Theatre). From this building, we have produced a variety of works from well-known musicals to modern Australian plays, Shakespeare and even pieces by our own members.
CTG Inc is dedicated to being a leader in the local arts community. We achieve this by producing a variety of theatrical entertainment and offering anyone with an interest in theatre the chance to become involved, regardless of experience. The length of our existence is testament to the success we have achieved across ’50 years of entertaining the Macarthur’.