North Shore Music Theatre Inc.

North Shore Music Theatre Inc.

Support your local community theatre.


Community theatre is the lifeblood of the arts across New Zealand – and North Shore Music Theatre is the heart of community theatre on the North Shore. We’re passionate about providing outstanding entertainment, including substantial high quality productions, performed by local talent.

A voluntary organisation, staffed entirely by volunteers, North Shore Music Theatre productions feature unpaid performers and crew. The organisation aims to provide:

- Opportunities for local talent to perform;

- Affordable entertainment to as wide a range of Aucklanders and visitors to Auckland as


- A talent creation pool for up-and-coming local musical theatre performers;

- Education opportunities for Auckland’s schools to visit productions and become involved;

- The opportunity for grooming, experience and talent development for technical theatre and

performing arts expertise; and

- Business opportunities, through theatre and entertainment, in the greater North Shore and

Auckland area.

Thanks for your support of North Shore Music Theatre.

More about us

Since incorporating into a society in 1962, North Shore Music Theatre Inc. is one of the most sustained and active community theatre producers in the country.

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