Geelong Repertory Theatre  Company

A section of The Geelong Association of Music and Art Inc

'Summer of The Aliens'

Written by Louis Nowra

Directed by Stacey Carmichael 


The year is 1962 and the world is worrying about the Cuban missile crisis, except for Lewis, a youth on the cusp of manhood, growing up in a Melbourne housing commission suburb.

Information Night August 5th @ 7pm (Via Zoom)


Auditions August 9th @ 7.30pm 


For an information pack (and to register for the information night and auditions) email:

To book just Summer of the Aliens, click on the image above.

Forget Me Not by Tom Holloway

Directed by John Bishop


Fri Sep 3 – Sat Sep 18

Tom Holloway's emotional and moving

play is set against the backdrop of the

3000 plus British children, who between the end of the second world war and 1970, were told they were orphans and were shipped to Australia on a promise of warmth, fresh air, food, love and boundless opportunity. Instead, lives of neglect and abuse awaited them. 

Note: This play contains scenes which some may find challenging.



Forget me not.jpg

To book Forget Me Not, click on the image above.

Currently in rehearsal
We are back in business!

We are delighted to announce that in 2021 we will be 'back in business' with 5 shows planned for the year.   Where possible we will present the shows that had to be cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic.  As restrictions have eased we have been able to plan the upcoming season but have not had a chance to print a 2021 Season brochure. For those of you who you want to buy tickets now or as a Christmas present, please use this site. 


We will ensure the Woodbin Theatre is a safe place to be in 2021, adhering to government advice and publishing our COVID Safe Plan on our website.  At the time of writing this we will also require all audience members to wear masks inside the Woodbin Theatre and Foyer, but be advised that this requirement may be updated.


So without further ado, here it is – just click on the Season 2021 button in the menu above!

In response to Covid-19 we have implemented a range of health, hygiene and physical distancing measures in line with government guidelines.


These measures include –


  • Mandatory mask wearing inside the theatre and when queueing for bathrooms where physical distancing of 1.5 metres is not possible

  • Hand sanitiser available at hygiene stations in the foyer, bathrooms, theatre entrance, dressing rooms and greenroom

  • Capacity signage throughout the venue

  • Posters promoting physical distancing throughout the venue

  • Increased cleaning of all facilities

  • Sanitisation of foyer seating and touch points before each performance

  • Foyer seating arranged to ensure 1.5m distancing

  • Decreased capacities in theatre and foyer

  • Staff monitoring traffic flow and physical distancing

  • COVID Safe Marshall present at all performances