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Media release – La Boite and Performing Lines join National Performing Partnership Arts Framework

Creative Australia 2 mins read

Creative Australia will welcome two new entrants to the National Performing Arts Partnership Framework (NPAPF) from 2025 – 2028.

 

Administered by Creative Australia, the Partnership Framework is delivered in collaboration with all states and the Northern Territory. The Partnership Framework is recognised in the National Cultural Policy Revive as a significant part of Creative Australia’s role, providing a range of performing arts organisations with the stability of up to eight years of investment.

 

The new entrants include Brisbane’s La Boite, which stands as Australia’s longest continuing running theatre company, boasting a remarkable 100-year legacy. La Boite is home to the iconic 400 seat Roundhouse Theatre, the country’s only purpose-built theatre-in-the-round, fostering an immersive experience where the audience surrounds the stage.

 

Performing Lines will also join the Partnership Framework. This nationally renowned producing organisation - which works across Australia and will have investment from New South Wales, Tasmania, and Western Australia - is dedicated to developing and presenting groundbreaking and transformative performances, creating pathways for independent artists to present their work.


Investment in 37 existing Partnership Frameworks organisations will continue from 2025 – 2028. With the new entrants joining, the investment provides investment for up to 8 years for 39 companies.

 

The Hon Tony Burke MP, Minister for the Arts said:

 

“La Boite and Performing Lines have been brilliantly telling Australian stories for years. This recognition is well deserved and can’t come soon enough.”

CEO Adrian Collette AM said:                                                                                                 

 

“We are delighted to welcome La Boite and Performing Lines to the National Performing Arts Partnership Framework. The addition of these two new entrants will help to enrich Australia’s cultural landscape, offering audiences across Australia a wealth of diverse and transformative performances that inspire, provoke, and captivate.”  

 

Read more about the National Performing Arts Partnership Framework on the Creative Australia website.

Media enquiries:

Brianna Roberts, Media Manager, Creative Australia

Mobile: 0498 123 541

Email: brianna.roberts@creative.gov.au

 

 

Further information:

 

Organisation

State/Territory

Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

South Australia

Artback NT

Northern Territory

Australian Brandenburg Orchestra

New South Wales

Australian Chamber Orchestra

New South Wales

Back to Back Theatre

Victoria

Bangarra Dance Theatre

New South Wales

Belvoir

New South Wales

Black Swan State Theatre Company

Western Australia

Circa

Queensland

Dancenorth

Queensland

Griffin Theatre Company

New South Wales

Ilbijerri Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Theatre

Victoria

La Boite Theatre

Queensland

Malthouse Theatre

Victoria

Marrugeku

Western Australia

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

Victoria

Melbourne Theatre Company

Victoria

Musica Viva Australia

New South Wales

Opera Australia

New South Wales

Opera Queensland

Queensland

Orchestra Victoria

Victoria

Performing Lines

New South Wales

Queensland Ballet

Queensland

Queensland Symphony Orchestra

Queensland

Queensland Theatre Company

Queensland

State Opera of South Australia

South Australia

State Theatre Company of South Australia

South Australia

Sydney Dance Company

New South Wales

Sydney Symphony Orchestra

New South Wales

Sydney Theatre Company

New South Wales

Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra

Tasmania

Terrapin Puppet Theatre

Tasmania

The Australian Ballet

Victoria

The Bell Shakespeare Company

New South Wales

Victorian Opera

Victoria

West Australian Ballet

Western Australia

West Australian Opera

Western Australia

West Australian Symphony Orchestra

Western Australia

Windmill Theatre Company

South Australia

 


Contact details:

Brianna Roberts, Media Manager, Creative Australia

Phone: (02) 9215 9030 / 0498 123 541

Email: brianna.roberts@creative.gov.au

 

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