Company AT

Company AT is an innovative theatre ensemble producing work informed by the experience of autism. The ensemble meets to develop theatre and stagecraft skills and to create new work
every Friday night from 6.30-8.30pm at Brighton. Company AT is currently seeking new members, particularly autistic women aged 18+. 

New theatre workshop program for teens – AT This Place
Company AT has a new theatre workshop program called AT This Place for teens aged 13 – 17 years who are on the autism spectrum. AT This Place will be held on Thursdays 4.30pm – 6.00pm at Glenelg Community Centre. To enquire about joining AT This Place, call Julian Jaensch on 8422 6511.

Where It’s AT is a theatre workshop program building performance skills for 8 – 12 year olds on the autism spectrum. Where It’s AT meets on Tuesdays from 4.30pm – 6pm at Minda in Brighton. There are places available in Where it’s AT for 2018.

Company AT programs are NDIS-ready. This means you may be able to use your NDIS funding to cover the costs of this program. Click on the following link to read more about Tutti and the NDIS.

If you are interested in joining either Company AT or Where It’s AT, please contact Artistic Director Julian Jaensch by email to or by phone on 8422 6511.

Working with writer Emily Steel, Company AT has created a new original play titled Impersonal Space which allows audiences to see the world through the eyes of a child with autism. It is the story of how a family comes to terms with difference and how a young girl comes to terms with herself. Impersonal Space had a very successful premiere run at the Old Queen’s Theatre from 19-28 October 2017, and was embraced by audiences and critics alike. Click the following link to read reviews of Impersonal Space.  Impersonal Space is supported by Australia Council, Arts South Australia, Creative Partnerships Australia, Adelaide Theatre and More, and Autism SA.

Below is a short video about Impersonal Space’s premiere season.


Company AT was founded by Julian Jaensch and Katharine Annear and is one of the world’s first performing arts ensembles where all members are on the autism spectrum.

Check out Company AT’s work History of Autism on YouTube or follow them on Facebook for regular updates.