Teens At Garrick

TAG is not just about acting. We pride ourselves in creating a supportive atmosphere where the students can be themselves, to create, develop, follow their passion and become a cohesive unit whereby, as is often the case in life, the whole is greater than the sum of the parts.

Sessions and Auditions

TAG is held once a month, on a Saturday from 11am to 2pm and each workshop explores a different aspect of acting and theatre.

For example, voice, from page to stage, acting for the camera, stage combat, audition techniques and Commedia dell’arte. We get specialists in a couple of times a year as part of the ‘package’.

We also organise a couple of outings per year to support other

community theatre productions.


We have been going since 2014.  Since then our productions have included  James and Giant Peach, The Snow Queen, Dreamjobs, Game Of Tiaras and Shakespeare’s The Tempest. These have all been directed or co-directed by older students.


Their creativity and dedication was a testament to them and made us very proud. We strongly encourage not only the students to become a part of the theatre on stage and off, but also the parents.


At the beginning of 2016 we staged James and Giant Peach and won a variety of awards:

Adjudicators' Certificates for





        For her passion for TAG and direction of and for James and the Giant Peach.


Last year we did our first full - length production, Agatha Rex, a choral piece based on Antigone; and was highly successful.  We were delighted to win an Adjudicator’s Certificate ‘For excellent vocal timing and the delivery of the Greek chorus’ at The Robert Finley Awards 2019. Indeed, we had great reviews – 

         "‘Teens at Garrick’ are primarily a top rate acting school for beginners, but they also appreciate the importance of helping the less fortunate or talented and giving them courage and pride through acting………..

          The whole company sang impressively and marched with complicated interweaving routines. All the children could belt out the rule book; The overall effect was clever, well rehearsed and with no lost sheep wandering the stage wondering what was going happen next.

Directed by Gail Lusted and her assistant Caitlyn Roberts the students produced quite a few (intended) dramatic moments.

             Considering the large number of performers on stage and the intricacy of their routines, the production for these 12 to 19 years olds was most admirable. Very well done." –         Gordon the Optom.


This year's production is a joint TAG/Adult venture: 

Hound of the Baskervilles: A Comic Thriller Starring Shirley Holmes and Jennie Watson

Adapted by Kent R Brown

Inspired by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's novel

Directed by :     Rodney Stickells Palmer and Gail Lusted


Inspired by the classic novel, The Hound of the Baskervilles, this two act production follows the nieces of the legendary characters as they go from house sitting at 221B Baker street, to the brooding Baskerville Hall, to the Murky Moors, exploring one of the best mysteries ever.


The Chorus/Extras are also the 'backstage/onstage’ crew; be prepared for lots of costume changes and running on and off stage.


Rehearsals are starting soon but never fear, there is still time to be part of this.



TAG membership costs $30 per calendar year


For expressions of interest or more information please contact glusted@westnet.com.au


Gail Lusted, Drama B.Ed (Hons), Grad Dip. Dance/Drama (Secondary).  

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(08) 9377 3358

Find the theatre at:

16 Meadow Street, Guildford


Garrick Theatre Club Incorporated
PO Box 122

Guildford, WA 6055

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