Maleny Players



Maleny Amateur Drama
Group Inc

We are always looking for new adult members to join the Maleny Players 

Please contact us for more information at; or phone Rob Hobson on 0418785967 or 5499 9704


Junior Players

 A chance to learn to act, sing, move, make music, gain confidence, become a performer – and have fun!  Tutor: Catherine Steer BA Hons. Performing Arts, 
PGCE Qualified drama teacher, Blue card holder, First Aid Certified and with over 25 years’ experience in theatre.  
Classes are on Tuesdays - 6-11 year old from 3-30pm and 12-16 year old from 4-30pm  Nine-week term fee $130 (To be paid in advance).  
Further inquiries to Catherine Steer on;  5476 4376 or Email:

Looking For a Venue!!

The Playhouse is available for Hire during the day, evenings and on weekends 
For more information and availability please phone Reg on; 07 54943447 or Rob  on; 0418785967



Our next production will be:

What:   'Travelling North' By David Williamson
When:    Weekends of the 5th; 6th; and 7th (Matinee) April and 12th; 13th; and 14th (matinee) April
Where:  The Playhouse Maleny Showgrounds,Stanley River Road, Maleny


Next Play Reading

The play readings will be on Thursday February 28th  from 7pm at the Playhouse. 

Following a most enjoyable evening reading Act One of 'Pride and Prejudice' the February play reading will be Act Two of 'Pride and Prejudice'.  This adaptation of one of the world’s best-known and most-loved novels brings to life the world of late 18th century England, where mothers plot to bring their daughters to the notice of potential suitors, the wealthier and ‘better connected’ the better. 


Mrs Bennett has three daughters on her hands: coolly intelligent Elizabeth, beautiful Jane and immature Lydia. For them love is what matters.  Much to Mrs Bennett’s exasperation, her husband tends to side with the girls. Rich young Mr Bingley arrives in the locality with an even richer friend, the snobbish Mr Darcy. Other suitors, some obnoxious and predatory, arrive on the scene as well.  Darcy and Elizabeth soon find they very much dislike each other—or do they?  Beneath a veneer of conventional politeness, this diverse array of characters are soon verbally sparring with another in a drama that mixes romance, sharp wit and loving family life.


There are plenty of parts for both men and women.  Act One works quite well as a self-contained piece but there will be an opportunity to read the rest of the play at a later date. 


You do not have to be a member of the Players to come and enjoy reading the plays and join in our social gathering.  Bring your own drinks or buy a wine, beer or soft drink at the bar, plus a small plate to share.  Tea and coffee is provided.  A gold coin donation would be appreciated please.  

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