We acknowledge the Gundungurra and Darug peoples who are the traditional custodians of this land. We also pay our respect to elders both past, present and emerging and celebrate the diversity of Aboriginal peoples and their ongoing cultures and connections to the lands and waters of NSW.

Who are the Glenbrook Players?

We are a multi-skilled ensemble group who love to collaborate in the making of great theatre. Our mission is to share that with you.

Glenbrook Player Code of Conduct

This Code of Conduct is designed to clarify Glenbrook Players expectations on how members and all volunteers must conduct themselves whilst involved in the activities of the company. The Code also seeks to provide for a safe, enjoyable and equitable environment for all. Members and volunteers are expected to read and sign the code of conduct at the commencement of membership and/or prior to starting rehearsal of a production.

The full code of conduct can be obtained on our Code of Conduct Page.

Key Principles

The Glenbrook Players are committed to ensuring the integrity and highest ethical standards in respect of our members and volunteers.

Members and volunteers

Every member and volunteer of the Glenbrook Players is expected to perform his/her role in accordance with this Code of Conduct.

The Glenbrook Players will NOT Tolerate

Discrimination of any kind, bullying behaviours of any kind, sexual harassment , unwanted comments and/or inappropriate physical contact.

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Our review from Stage Whispers

Glenbrook Players are honored to have received such a wonderful review from Stage Whispers. Read what they had to say about our show! (Read More)


Our review from The 4th Wall

Glenbrook Players are honored to have received such a wonderful review from The 4th Wall. Read what they had to say about our show! (Read More)