Category: <span>MTGV Update</span>

Home / MTGV Update
Minutes of 2020 AGM & Awards Night Details
Post

Minutes of 2020 AGM & Awards Night Details

Dear Guild Members, Thank you to everyone who was able to attend our 2020 AGM on Saturday 28th May. Due to the current public gathering restrictions this meeting was conducted online, and my sincere thanks to all for their patience and understanding in doing so. I was thrilled with the great discussions that were had...

COVID-19: Update in regards to Judging
Post

COVID-19: Update in regards to Judging

Dear Guild Members In light of yesterday’s announcements from the Australian Government regarding the COVID-19 situation and increased restrictions on indoor gatherings, we know that even more of you have had to postpone or cancel your planned show seasons. For some of you this has even meant closing down mid-season, and my heart goes out to your...

COVID-19: Update from MTI
Post

COVID-19: Update from MTI

Dear Guild Members As per our recent update, we are pleased to share the response from Music Theatre International (MTI) regarding our request to grant live-steam licencing alternatives (where possible) and / or further options available in light of the COVID-19  action plans and response across our community. Please visit the following dedicated link and FAQ:...

Response And Resources – COVID-19
Post

Response And Resources – COVID-19

Dear Guild Members In light of the current and fast-changing scenario we find ourselves in with navigating responses to the COVID-19 situation, I’m so pleased to see our community reaching out and communicating with each other and us. I’m heartbroken to see the impact that the imminent ban on large public gatherings is having on...

VALE – Keith Stubley “Bubbly Stubbly”
Post

VALE – Keith Stubley “Bubbly Stubbly”

A very sad day for the theatre community with the passing of our talented, kind and generous Keith Stubley “Bubbly Stubbly”. Over the past 40 years he has given so much to us all. His professional career never made him forget the importance of all the non-professional companies he had worked with. He always supported...