Who we are
Laughing Horse Productions Inc is an independent, not-for-profit community theatre company. Our aim is to provide creative opportunities for people around Western Australia: our core aims are to encourage the growth of local community theatre, to provide opportunities to people from all backgrounds and experiences a chance to be involved in a local event and providing an event to help engage the local community and we aim to help train and develop skills in the performing arts sector.
Laughing Horse Productions Inc (LHP) launched in 2013 with its inaugural production in July and since then has produced a handful of full length shows around Western Australia including Koorliny Arts Centre, Roleystone Theatre and Phoenix Theatre. Throughout the years LHP have also produced a variety of one act productions for various drama festivals both within Perth and the south west.
As a club we strive to uphold family values and a strong sense of community spirit. We are an inclusive club welcoming everyone to come down and join in from being on-stage or off, building sets and props or making costumes, we have something for everyone and provide support and guidance for all skill levels and interests.
From The President...
"We at Laughing Horse Productions are looking forward to continuing to produce productions of a high standard for everyone to enjoy and hope that you will continue to support and be a part of our family as we explore the realm of theatre together in the coming year."
Adam Salathiel | President 2020
How to get involved
If you are interested in being involved in community theatre, then look no further! We need you! Whether you are looking at performing on stage, taking on a back stage role, helping out front of house, or if you are interested in becoming a committee member, we want to hear from you!
- Check out our Auditions Page
- Become a Member
- Donate via Paypal:
- Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
|The Committee 2020|
|Vice President||Sam Barnett|
|Marketing Director||Danni Close|
|Artistic Director||Kelly Salathiel|