Monkey Baa Theatre Company

  • Phone: 2 8624 9340
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    Monkey Baa Theatre Company
    1 Harbour Street
    Sydney, NSW 2000
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Country kids may not have a local doctor, or a telephone that works. But thanks to Monkey Baa they do get the magic of theatre.’
Jackie French, Author

Monkey Baa has carved itself a reputation for producing award-winning, outstanding theatre that is vibrant, thought provoking, imaginative, relevant and sometimes downright silly. As Australia’s widest reaching touring company, we have performed in just about every corner of the country across metropolitan, rural and remote Australia. Over 900,000 young people aged 3-18 have engaged with the company over the last 15 years. In 2012 we moved into our new home, the Lend Lease Darling Quarter Theatre, Australia’s first purpose built theatre dedicated to work for young people.

Monkey Baa has a unique artistic niche – we adapt the very best of Australian children’s literature for the stage. The common thread weaving through all our works is a focus on the belief that young people’s interests are valued and respected and that they are engaged in the performing arts through the telling of stories that entertain, inspire and encourage a greater understanding of the world and their place within it.
Mission Statement

To create and produce exceptional quality theatre and programs for young people and their families, teachers and communities throughout Australia and internationally.
Vision Statement

To be one of Australia’s most inspiring and engaging young people’s theatre companies, creating vibrant, thought provoking and entertaining theatre of exceptional quality; work which drives our artists to strive for excellence, tells great Australian stories and provides our young audiences with a challenging and stimulating theatrical experience, inviting them to question, to connect and to encourage a greater understanding of the world and their place within it.

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