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Astrid Pill

Astrid Pill

Astrid is a performer, theatre maker, singer & teacher. She most recently appeared in Tartuffe with State Theatre SA/Brink. She has worked & toured extensively with many companies including Patch, The Border Project, Vitalstatistix, Restless Dance Theatre, Ingrid Voorendt, Daisy Brown & Ladykillers. Career highlights include co-creating the Helpmann Award winning shows Mr Magee & the Biting Flea & Me and My Shadow (Patch),  I Am Not An Animal for the Adelaide Festival (The Border Project), writing and performing in Cake (Ladykillers/Vitalstatistix) which toured nationally, internationally & was adapted for Radio National & working on the re-score of Metropolis by The New Pollutants (Adelaide Film Festivals, Perth’s…

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Matilda Bailey

Matilda Bailey

Matilda Bailey graduated from Adelaide College for the Arts in 2011. With a keen interest in theatre, Matilda has performed in shows such as Vere (STCSA/Sydney Theatre Company) and The Seagull (STCSA). She has also enjoyed working in theatre designed for young people including This Is Where We Live (STCSA/Hot House Theatre) and Speak Out (Act Now Theatre). Matilda has performed across the country including larger cities, such as Adelaide and Sydney, to extensive touring through regional South Australia. She has continued to develop her skills as an actor and theatre practitioner, training in physical theatre with Zen Zen Zo in Brisbane, Meisner acting technique with…

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Elizabeth Hay

Elizabeth Hay

Elizabeth has been living and working in Adelaide since graduating from the Flinders Drama Centre in 2010. She has enjoyed being involved with many local, independent theatre companies during this time including ActNow, a socially conscious theatre, in The Clock, Speak Out and Forum for Consent. She has also been a Board Member with the company for two years. Most recently, she performed with Slingsby in Emil and the Detectives and with State Theatre Company South Australia in new Australian work, Jesikah. Elizabeth has appeared in a number of television commercials, and is a proud member of Actors Equity, and…

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Pat McAuliffe

Pat McAuliffe

Pat McAuliffe graduated with honours from the Flinders University Drama Centre in 2016 where he was professionally trained for stage and screen. This year Pat performed in Jailbirds with the Wilderness Old Scholars Society for the 2017 Adelaide Fringe. Grug and the Rainbow is Pat’s first production with Windmill Theatre Co.

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Shona Reppe

Shona Reppe

Shona Reppe is an award winning artist with an excellent track record of producing high quality, challenging theatre with high production values. Her credits include Cinderella, Potato Needs a Bath, The Curious Scrapbook of Josephine Bean and theatre installation HUFF. A multi-award winning artist, her work regularly appears in leading venues and festivals around the world, including Barbican and Southbank in London, Sydney Opera House, the New Victory in New York’s Broadway and the Perth and Adelaide International Arts Festivals. Her recent work includes Black Beauty, which Shona developed with Andy Manley and Andy Cannon. The piece was performed to sell out audiences as part…

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Christine Johnston

Christine Johnston

Christine Johnston is an Australian performing artist/writer/singer who became known on the Brisbane arts and live-music scenes from the late 1980s for her dramatic visual performances combining music, voice and her signature style of humour. She continues to create a diversity of performance and musical works for events, festivals, art galleries, theatre, comedy, short film, and cabaret, touring Australia, UK, Europe, Scandinavia, Asia, USA and Canada. From 1994, Brisbane’s Women in Voice cabaret series became a spring-board for some of Christine’s iconic vocal performance concepts and characters including her touring co-creation Fluff: A Story of Lost Toys – and her surreal bird-calling character Madame…

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Lucas Stibbard

Lucas Stibbard

Lucas Stibbard makes theatre and performance work. His work with The Escapists, a multi-disciplinary collective he co-founded, has included co-writing, co-directing, producing and performing in the critically acclaimed, multi-award winning boy girl wall (for which he received a Helpmann Award nomination for best actor), Elephant Gun for the World Theatre Festivals in 2011/12,  Attack of the Attacking Attackers! and Packed. Lucas has worked nationally and internationally as a performer, and his credits include Bell Shakespeare (Richard III and The Alchemist), La Boite (Straight White Men, The Danger Age, Zig Zag Street), Queensland Theatre Company (Constellations, The Seagull, Macbeth, Hamlet, Fractions, Grimm Tales, Real Inspector Hound, Black Comedy, Eating Ice Cream With Your Eyes Closed, Richard…

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