Christine Dunstan



" She has had a significant impact on the
performing arts in Australia "

Margot Woodward, Glen Street Theatre



In 1993 Christine founded Christine Dunstan Productions, a small independent theatre production house specialising in producing 'boutique' theatre of the highest quality and specifically made to tour extensively. Her productions have been seen in literally hundreds of regional centres throughout Australia as well as in every capital city. Christine's productions have also toured to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (1999 and 2009), London International Theatre Festival (2000) and to New Zealand (1998, 2010, 2011).

In 2011 Christine formed CDP Theatre Producers with her colleague Andrew Threlfall, specialising in stage productions for children and families.

At the end of 2015 Christine retired from CDP Theatre Producers to concentrate on more leisurely activities and to smell the roses, at least from time to time. Her share in CDP Theatre Producers was transferred to Yolande White.

Current Production

Past Productions

Christine Dunstan has produced plays, concerts, music, reviews and cabaret entertainment. Here is a selection:


Other productions include;

JANE RUTTER
An Australian in Paris
2009

DARREN MAPES & SUSIE DUNN
The Carpenters of Kempsey
2007

Richard Wherret's THE STARS ARE BRIGHTLY SHINING
at the STATE THEATRE SYDNEY
2000

GENEVIEVE LEMON
Lone Star Lemon
1998

DREW ANTHONY & LEONIE PAGE
Christmas on Tap
1998

HELEN O'CONNOR & BERNADETTE SMITH
The Bombshells
1998

BABY X a play by Campion Decent
at BELVOIR STREET THEATRE SYDNEY
1998

NANCYE HAYES
Nancye With an 'E'
1997

GERALDINE TURNER
in Cabaret
1997

KERRIE BIDDELL
in Cabaret
1997

SU CRUICKSHANK & PHIL SCOTT
Getting Stuffed
1996

PAUL CAPSIS
Burning Sequins
1996

COLIN SALTER
The Camp Songs that Baden Powell Rejected
1996

TONI LAMOND
Woman on the Move
1995

JONATHAN BIGGINS, TERRY BADER & PHIL SCOTT
Three Men and a Baby Grand
1995

JEANNIE LITTLE
Marlene: A Tribute to Dietrich
1995

VENUE & ADONIS for SYDNEY GAY & LESBIAN MARDI GRAS
at the STATE THEATRE SYDNEY
1995