Christian Dell’Olio – Videographer

Christian Dell’Olio is a Film and Theatre Director. After working in the performing arts at Heidelberg Theatre, Snow White (2012) and Robin Hood (2013) his directing has been focused more around film. Working with companies such as Vic Super, Banyule City Council, Whittlesea City Council, Heidelberg Theatre Company and, of course, Stream Productions. His...

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Rhys Purdey – Technician

Rhys is a recent graduate of La Trobe University, where he honed his directing skills through productions of Closer, The Blue Room and The Boys. In 2014, Rhys has been juggling a blossoming career as a high school teacher along with appearances in short films such as Some Kind Of Beautiful, Heed and Aryo. As for community theatre, Rhys is heavily involved with...

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Gavin Williams

Gavin is a Melbourne based actor with 9 years acting experience. He graduated from Sydney Theatre School in 2006 and worked professionally in Sydney for 5 years before moving back to his home town of Melbourne in 2011 to continue his career. Gavin is an accomplished acting teacher, returning to Sydney Theatre School to teach in 2010, the same year he started...

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Pat Moonie

Pat Moonie grew up in Canberra as the youngest of five children, discovering a love for performing at the age of 7 – during an intense re-enactment of the final scene of Point Break. Moving to Melbourne to further his knowledge of the craft, Pat studied at the Melbourne Acting Academy in 2011. A recent graduate of the Howard Fine Acting Studio ensemble...

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Shian Denovan

Shian Denovan is a British actress who has appeared in leading roles in numerous feature films including BAFTA nominated Sawney and Birthday starring alongside Patrick Bergin. She was nominated for ‘Best Actress’ by The Stage, which is the UK’s leading industry publication and can often be seen on British television screens. She has now moved...

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Douglas Montgomery

Douglas Montgomery has trained in Melbourne theatre, dance, cabaret and circus arts and has worked extensively at renowned venues such as La Mama, Theatre Works, Chapel off Chapel, Sidney Myer Music Bowl and The Arts Centre. He prides himself on creating edgy and relevant theatre, dividing his time between producing, directing and teaching theatre, drama and...

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Dennis Kelly

Dennis Kelly is an internationally acclaimed writer. Stage plays include Debris (Theatre 503 / Battersea Arts Centre, 2003 & 2004); Osama the Hero (Paines Plough / Hampstead Theatre 2004 & 2005 – winner of the Meyer Whitworth Award, 2006); After the End (Paines Plough, Traverse Theatre, Bush Theatre, UK & international tour, 2005); Love and...

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