Milk Crate Theatre Blog

June 30, 2020

At Milk Crate Theatre, we respect and support the #indigenouslivesmatter movement, and the plight towards gaining acknowledgement, respect, and justice for Aboriginal people. Milk Crate Theatre pays respect to the traditional custodians of...

April 22, 2020

I last wrote on the 18 March as Milk Crate Theatre suspended public programs and the core team moved out of the office to work from home. One month on and what a changed world we live in!

The last month has been tough for Milk Crate Theatre,...

March 19, 2020

With the uncertainty of COVID-19 and its impact on the community we have made the decision to proactively suspend Milk Crate Theatre programs from Friday, 20 March onwards.

This suspension will impact the current workshops at the Ozanam Lear...

December 19, 2019

I think it is safe to say 2019 was our most ambitious - and successful - year to date!

Throughout 2019 we offered a total of 9 workshop programs to 106 participants, several of which fed into our mid-year production Natural Order (...

November 20, 2019

Yesterday, the Community Hall at The Exodus Foundation was transformed into an energetic performance space for a patented Milk Crate Theatre Drama Presentation. 

In collaboration with Exodus' band The Battlers, audience members wer...

July 12, 2019

Hello Everyone!

My name is Ross and I have had the pleasure of interning at Milk Crate Theatre for the past several weeks. Upon showing up to work for my first day, I was instantly greeted by one of our fabulous leading ladies, Artistic Dire...

July 5, 2019

On May 1 2019, Milk Crate Theatre presented a work-in-progress showing of Interim – a new work creatively led by Georgina Wood and Pauline Trenerry, devised and performed by residents of the Waterloo Housing Estate.

This development was made...

June 19, 2019


Hello, and welcome to the world of Natural Order! We’ve been referring to it a lot, and saying “stay tuned a lot!" That’s because we have been embarking on an 18 month creative development to make this show, and haven’t wanted to give too...

May 1, 2019

Exploring the absurd and the aware in the Natural Order of society

A perspective from people experiencing homelessness

An intimate and experiential exploration awaits audiences in Milk Crate Theatre’s new major performance work Natural Order...

April 8, 2019

Our current Program Coordinator Paul Walker will be saying farewell to the Milk Crate Theatre office, his last day will be the 17th of April. Paul will be leaving this role to return to working as an independent artist and to start working...

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