Fenceline Theatre Company


About Fenceline Theatre Company

Fenceline Theatre Company is Swan Christian College's school-based theatre that operates under the premise of creating ‘space for students to create’. The theatre company under the leadership of Jane Hille provides students and alumni with the opportunity to gain professional theatre experience.

Click here to find out about our upcoming productions, or click here to find out more about our past productions.


What's On

 Find out what you can be looking forward to for the 2018 season.


Dragon in the Mix | Tuesday 30 October and Thursday 1 November

The Year 5 and 6 students have been busily working on this play. It’s an exciting family friendly story about a fairy tale that gets all mixed up because a Dragon is thrown into the mix. We also have a wicked Queen from Snow White and her mirror who cannot find their right rehearsal space. Make sure to save the date for this fun and entertaining production. Get your tickets online at tinyurl.com/dragonmix18.



A group of very talented young ladies in Middle School is working on some surprising script pieces from Deckchairs, a collection of stories about women. They are ready for the performance in Term 4.


The Book of Everything (at Fringe World Festival)

We are also excited to announce that for our community play The Book of Everything. Rehearsals have begun in earnest for this remarkable Fenceline and Swan Christian College production. The cast includes talented alumni and staff and parents.



Fenceline Theatre Newsletter | Issue 1 2018 (PDF Download: 4.9MB)

If you would like to stay up to date with what's happening at Fenceline Theatre Company and would like to receive our next newsletter via email, please contact Jane Hille at fenceline@scea.wa.edu.au.

Past Productions

2018 - Godspell

What a great pleasure it was to work with so many talented students and staff. Major school productions require an army of people to bring them to fruition and Godspell has been no exception. This colourful musical production was defined by many things, not least of which is the magnificent sculpture designed and meticulously constructed by Mr Clive Smith. Reinterpreting Godspell for a contemporary audience set in the Swan Valley required a metonymic design that would symbolically represent who and where we are. Culturally and contextually relevant to our students and the wider community.

The show represented us, in a way, as Christians. It is the story of Jesus according to the Gospel of Matthew, the messages Jesus came to share with us all, albeit 2000 years ago. The audience got to see young people using their God-given gifts and talents to share what is essentially our core belief.


2017 - ANYMAN (Fringe World Theatre Award Winner)

ANYMAN (produced by Fenceline Theatre in conjunction with Shalom House) dealt with the story of addiction from the perspective of men in rehabilitation – a topic that affects many in our community. It was announced the joint winner of the Fringe World Theatre Award and was very well received by the College community as well as the wider community. 


2017 - The Final Dress Rehearsal

“The Final Dress Rehearsal” was a funny little production about an amateur theatre group putting on a play and all is in uproar.


2016 - Antigone

A classic Greek tragedy written by Sophocles in 441BC. The 2016 Year 12 drama class re-interpreted the text into a dystopian, post-apocalyptic time and place. 



Friends of Fenceline Theatre is a group of parents, alumni, business supporters and theatre enthusiasts that generously supports the theatre company. This invaluable group of people provides front of house support for our productions, helps with set, prop and costume design, or simply helps us out financially.

If you are interested in supporting Fenceline Theatre (financially or by volunteering your time) please email fenceline@scea.wa.edu.au.


If you would like to find out more about the theatre company or would like to know how you can get involved, please fill in the contact form below or email fenceline@scea.wa.edu.au.

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