This magnificent blue-glass pavilion building is one element of the exciting opportunities that exist for students at John Curtin College of the Arts.
For more than a decade, Curtin Theatre has provided professional quality practice and performance spaces for our dance, drama, music and music theatre students- and we have plenty to show for it. A history of exceptional productions, a legion of incredible graduates and most importantly a peerless team of theatre staff. Nowhere in the state has this depth or breadth of institutional knowledge and experience when it comes to the organisation and production of student performances. This is something irreplaceable and just as if not more important than the physical building.
It is thanks to this wealth of experience that the performances at Curtin Theatre stand on the same level as any professional theatre company, something you can judge for yourself by taking a look at the gallery below!
With 20,000 seats filled just last year, there’s no better place for our aspiring performers to build confidence and experience in front of live audiences.
At the end of 2024, the construction of our new state-of-the-art music complex adjacent to Curtin Theatre will enhance the facility with a dedicated throughway for the transportation of larger instruments from the new storage areas and recording studios capable of streaming audio directly to our stage or for dubbing onto live broadcasts.
Name Your Seat
Name Your Seat is one of the ways you can help us support young and creative artists.
This is a unique opportunity for supporters of John Curtin College of the Arts to have a naming plaque placed on a seat in the state-of-the-art Curtin Theatre.The fully resourced 450 seat Curtin Theatre is superbly equipped for theatrical, dance and musical performances.
For a one off donation of $250 to the JCCA Building Fund you will receive a named plaque commemorating the support you have given. You can also nominate a person/s or business of your choice and include a quote to a maximum of 80 words.
More importantly you will make a significant contribution to John Curtin College of the Arts, where your donation will go towards maintaining the professional standards of lighting and sound in the Curtin Theatre and investing in cutting edge theatre technology.