Helping You Reach the Future

NTC invites you to participate in the delivery of entertaining and engaging educational programs designed to motivate families, students and educators.  NTC works with organisations that have a mission, goal or mandate to make a real difference in their communities.

Our turn-key, multiplatform programming utilises a combination of live events, print curriculum, Internet and television to impact your key stakeholders at the local, regional and/or national level.  We focus on current societal issues that are important to your company, encouraging audiences to undertake specific actions that will benefit them and their community.

Founded in 1978, NTC’s success is built around delivering high quality, entertaining and educational professional theatre to K-12 students throughout the country – and through those students, actively engage parents, families and their communities, at large.  Together, we can improve the future through our children.


NTC’s Sponsors include:



NTC’s Sponsorship Programs include:
Financial Literacy     |     Energy Efficiency     |     Electrical & Gas Safety     |     Health & Wellbeing     |     Character Education     |     STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)     |     Cyber-Safety     |     Bullying Prevention     |     Renewable Energy     |     Smart Meters     |     Water Conservation     |     Pollution Prevention     |     Sustainability     |     E-waste and Recycling     |     Smoking Prevention     |     Personal Hygiene

Edith Cowan University, Western Australia – The Use of Theatre in Education:

“…evaluations of live theatre productions as an educational method, have found a positive influence on knowledge and behavioural intentions, which are key stages in the process of behaviour change.”


NTC Whitepaper – Evaluating School Sponsorships and Ensuring Positive ROI for your Company:

“By exchanging advertising for education, your company will improve the lives of millions of children while also improving your reputation among millions of adults.”
Ward Eames President and Founder of NTC