Ipswich Musical Theatre Company was founded in 2001, staging “Seven Little Australians – the Musical", to celebrate the Centenary of Federation. Since then, IMTC has staged shows, dinner theatre and major musical productions, performing in both the historic Old Courthouse and the Ipswich Civic Centre.
As a community-based organisation, IMTC has gone from strength to strength, receiving an Australia Day Award for their 2014 production of "The Phantom of the Opera". The company continues to bring premiere productions to Ipswich with Mary Poppins (2015), Wicked (2016) and Les Misérables (2017),
Founders, Brenda Ryan (Artistic Director) and Kenneth Mundt (Production Manager), are still an integral part of Ipswich Musical Theatre Company
Seven Little Australians
Wizard of Oz
The Sound of Music
The King & I
South Pacific | Songfest Sunday
Annie | Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre
Beauty & the Beast | Dr Horrible Dinner Theatre
The Eurobeat Goes On | HMAS Pinafore | The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe | The Producers
I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change | 10 of the Best | Songs That Won the War | Oliver!
Barney's Fair | Into the Woods | Alice in Wonderland | The Boy From Oz
Treasure Island | The Sound of Music | Songs That Won the War
High School Musical | Alice in Wonderland | The Phantom of the Opera
Live! At the Courthouse | The Vicar of Dibley | Peter Pan | Mary Poppins | The Legend Was Created
Sunday in the Park with George | The Vicar of Dibley | Live! At the Courthouse | Wicked | Songs from the War Years
Assassins | The Eurobeat Goes On | Les Misérables | Dear Edwina Junior | Songs that Won the War
I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change | Are You Being Served? | Live! At the Courthouse | Strictly Ballroom
Ladies in Black | Yes, Prime Minister
Our performance venues
The Old Courthouse
Cnr East & Roderick Streets, Ipswich
Where we rehearse all our shows and perform our smaller productions including Junior theatre and concerts..
Ipswich Civic Centre
Our major musical productions are performed in the Civic Centre theatre, right in the heart of Ipswich city.