Bronwen Kamazs is a Melbourne based artist practising across a range of creative disciplines: live and screen based performance art, visual art, improvisation, dance (Butoh, Bodyweather) and puppetry. Her performance practise is steeped in phenomenological research and investigations of her body/self in relation to its environments and to other bodies. She adds to this work, layers of social history that have constructed the body, how it behaves, is read and perceived. She creates solo improvisations as well as collaborative works as part of the EPA (Enviromental Performance Authority)
Jaime Dorner is a professional actor, physical performer and director, trained in Chile, South America at Mayor University. In 2009 He completed a Masters Degree in Theatre Arts (Directing) conducted between Toi Whakaari Drama School and Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand. Since then he has participated in several projects, workshops and conferences in New Zealand and internationally. He is currently undertaking a PhD in Theatre Performance at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.
Kieran Law is an actor and performance maker based in Melbourne, Australia. His work spans theatre, contemporary performance, circus, physical theatre and dance. He has studied movement and choreography with various groups and individuals including Batsheva Dance Company, Tess de Quincey, Frank Theatre and Lisa O'Neill. Previously he studied at QUT and the Southbank Institute and has undertaken further studies in Korea and Indonesia. In 2016 his work helped secure a Green Room award for Bodies Over Bitumen.
Lily Fish is a performer, playwright, teacher and maker. She is a graduate of the National Theatre Drama School and the John Bolton Theatre School. Lily is an intern with Born in a Taxi, a founding member of PoPoMoCo and has worked extensively with physical theatre company The DIG Collective. Most recently her play Yarn was performed at La Mama to rave reviews. Yarn is published through Playlab.
Stephanie Osztreicher completed her formal training in Paris at the physical theatre school Lecoq(2010-12), and at The University of Ballarat, Arts Academy in Acting (2008). She has training in Butoh and Suzuki Method. Stephanie's practice has taken her work into the world of theatre creation, overseeing performance operations and facilitating opportunities to collaborate with artists in different mediums. She created Holy Dying, a physical theatre work staged at La Mama Court House and Burrinja in 2014.
Caitlin Gilchrist is graduate from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) with a Bachelor of Arts in Dance. She has an extensive background in Gymnastics, athletics, aerial performing and acrobatics. In 2017, Caitlin will be travelling to Europe to pursue a career in Dance and hopes to join a Physical Theatre Company over there.
Indigo Keene is part of the 2016 graduating class of WAAPA’s Bachelor of Performing Arts. She has a strong background in physical theatre. Past work includes eFemerale4 – as part of Queensland Academy for Creative Industry’s MUSE Festival as well as collaborations with Brisbane based musicians James Halloran and Emma Dean. Indigo is currently working as both co-devisor and performer in an upcoming production Paradise, appearing as part of TILT at The Blue Room Theatre in September.
James McMillan is an independent theatre maker and performer based in Perth. Originating from Brisbane, he was apart of the Queensland Theatre Companies Youth Ensemble. A graduate of the Queensland Academy of Creative Industries. His practice looks at the collaboration of multi-disciplinary artists creating bold and visceral works that push the boundaries of theatre; such as eFEMerale 4 by Fugue Ensemble. Currently completing his Bachelor of Performing Arts at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, his work will be featured within TILT at the Blue Room Theatre in August.
Rian Howlett is an Actor, Physical Theatre Artist and Slam Poet. He completed his formal Actor training at WAAPA, Acting Course. He has trained extensively in Suzuki Method and Butoh with Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre and in Japan with Dairakudakan.