production history 

 

2014

RESPLENDENCE presented as part of NEON at MTC

 

2013

PROJECT ROOSTER – creative development #2 at Culture Lab City of Melbourne

 

2012

SAVE FOR CRYING presented by Angus Cerini/doubletap in Melbourne.  Nominated for 5 Green Room Awards, winning 3, including Best New Writing for the Australian Stage and Best Independent Production.

 

2011

WRETCH undertakes 9 venue Victorian tour and season at Brisbane Festival

 

2010

19 TRAINS presented at National Play Festival (Brisbane).

 

PROJECT ROOSTER – creative development #1 at Culture Lab City of Melbourne

 

WRETCH presented as part of Australian Performing Arts Market (Adelaide).

 

2009

19 TRAINS developed with Playwriting Australia National Script Workshop

Awarded Playwriting Australia ANPC Bursary Award.

 

WRETCH premieres in Melbourne, winning Green Room Award for set design (Marg Horwell) and nominated for Best New Writing.

 

2008

WRETCH wins Patrick White Playwrights Award

 

CHAPTERS FROM THE PANDEMIC nominated for Green Room Awards for Concept and Realization in Dance (Angus Cerini), Sound design/music (Kelly Ryall) and Scenography (Michael Carmody) and winning awards for lighting design (Rachel Burke) and Set/Spatial Design (Marg Horwell).

 

2007

DETEST(this thousand years I shall not weep) presented in Berlin, Ireland, England and Melbourne.  Winner Best Performance Limerick Unfringed, nominated for Jury Prize 100 Grad Berlin, Nominated for Green Room Awards in lighting design (Paul Lim), Performance and Production.

 

2006

SAVING HENRY(VERSION 5) presented as part of Full Tilt at Arts Centre Melbourne. 

 

2005

THIS THOUSAND YEARS I SHALL NOT WEEP presented at Storeroom Theatre Workshop

 

PUPPY LOVE premieres in Melbourne, winner of Best Performance Melbourne Fringe and nominated for Green Room Awards for Best Writing and Best Male Actor

 

2003

SAVING HENRY tours venues in Australia including Sydney Opera House and to England, Hong Kong and Ireland.

 

2002  

SIKFUK premieres in Melbourne (co-directed with Susie Dee).

 

DUMB/ANIMAL developed/presented with NEXT WAVE KICKSTART.

 

2001

FILCH tours to 3 regional Victorian venues and to Perth and Adelaide, winning Best Performance Perth Fringe Festival.

 

SMASHBRAT premieres in Melbourne, subsequently developed and presented by Playbox Theatre Company becoming SAVING HENRY.

 

2000

FILCH premieres in Melbourne, winner of Best Solo Performance Melbourne Fringe Festival and nominated for Green Room Award for Best Male Performer in Dance.

 

1998 – 2000

DENNIS IS DEAD, RECIDIVIST, FUCKWIT, THE PRIMA FACIE KID all premiere at University of Melbourne.