David’s professional theatre credits include work as a performer, director and production designer (sets and costumes).
He is the co-founder of Six Foot Something productions, directing and designing Next To Normal (co-production with The Factory), Elegies: A Song Cycle (co-production with SINGular Productions) and The Last Five Years.
Other directing and design credits include the national touring production of Amity Dry’s Mother Wife and the Complicated Life, It’s A Dad Thing (SINGular Productions) and a pro-am production of Jesus Christ Superstar for G&S (with Luke Kennedy as Jesus). He was assistant director for State Opera South Australia’s new production of The Flying Dutchman (directed by Chris Drummond).
As a performer, David’s professional credits include The Beauty Spot, A Wild Evening With Andrew Lippa and Take Flight for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival and South Pacific for Seabiscuit Productions. He was the co-creator, co-writer, director, designer and one half of the duo Rock Chick & Science Geek, which performed 6 original musicals in theatres throughout South Australia as part of major events, festivals and corporate clients for 10 years (including Something On Saturday, The Song Room, SA Water, Country Arts SA and the RiAus). He also performs as part of the State Opera Chorus.
David is perhaps best known as the presenter of the children’s television program Y? Other television credits include Nexus (ABC Asia-Pacific), Behind The News and AM Adelaide.
Paul is a co-founder of Six Foot Something Productions, performing as Dan in Next to Normal (nominated for an Adelaide Theatre Guide award as best professional performance, Male) as one of the five performers in Elegies: Song Cycle and as Jamie in The Last Five Years. He is a regular performer with the State Opera Chorus and has appeared as a soloist at a number of corporate events. With Swamp Fairy he appeared in a touring production of Loving Lloyd Weber and sang for the Cancer Council (opening for Rhonda Burchmore at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre). He performed as part of Fright Night for CanDo4Kids and sung the national anthem from a diving board for the National Junior Diving Championships. He has also sung with the Adelaide Chamber Singers and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, including the first performance of Peter Sculthorpe’s Requiem (Adelaide Fringe Festival). He was nominated for an Adelaide Critic’s Circle award for his performance as Grosvenor in Patience (opposite Denis Olsen).
Paul was part of the board and organisational committee for the 2012 Australasian Voice Summit and was one of the demonstrators for the Estill International vocal technique endoscopy videos. He has participated as an intern in Estill courses in South Australia and continues with a keen interest in vocal coaching and technique.
Hayley is an experienced arts and project manager having worked with many organisations in Adelaide including the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, the Australia Business Arts Foundation (SA and Tas), State Theatre Company SA and Urban Myth Theatre Company as well as numerous freelance projects with small to medium organisations. She was the creator of the ATG’s Curtain Call Awards and co-produced 2 successful charity fundraising 24 Hour Show events.
Hayley is the owner/event manager of Footlight Events, a boutique event management company working with corporate and theatre clients in Adelaide.