The Ensemble

Ensemble theatre occurs when, rather than auditioning freelancers on a project-by-project basis, a group of theatre artists work together over many years to create theatre. These artists can include performers, artistic directors, stage management and key administrative staff. The practice is common-place for dance companies and orchestras. Our Core Company contribute behind the scenes across various fields and oversee the general business of each of our projects throughout the Season.

The Benefits Of Working As An Ensemble

Theatre companies that make use of the ensemble model make the best use of rehearsal time. Long-term relationships are nurtured which enriches the experience for all concerned. TheatreiNQ utilises the Ensemble methodology to develop and train local talent to professional levels as well as allowing the company to cultivate its own signature style. Each production includes a unique blend of professional actors, local ensemble members, actors in training with The Bridge Project and invited guest actors from the wider community.

The community also feels the benefit of a richer theatre experience – not only in the opportunity to see better theatre through developing quality of the work, but through a sense of 'ownership' of the ensemble and an evolving relationship. This long-term arrangement also allows for more sustained provision of outreach and education work.

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Core Company
 
Artistic Director
Terri Brabon
Production Manager
Brendan O'Connor
General Manager
Anne-Marie Smith
ThiNQ Ed Co-Ordinator
Arminelle Fleming
Company Apprentice
Elyse Phelan
Costume Mistress
Kathy Brabon
Props Mistress
Susan Brabon
Hairdresser
Kerry Santariga
Jeweller
Ann O'Connor
Technical Team
Chris Nobile
Technical Consultant
Yoshi Kenny
Design Consultants
Andre Reynaud
Jamie Schmidt
Design/Contruction Team
Robbie Esling
Front Of House Manager
Kellie Esling
Front Of House Assistant
Tina Porta
Website Manager
George Lummis
PR Consultant
Heidi Hatherall - Crystal Clear PR
Photographer
Chrissy Maguire
Videographer
JRNQ Productions
Holiday Programme Officer
Michelle Jones
 
Professional Ensemble 2019
Company Professionals
Company Apprentice
Elyse Phelan
 
Guest Professionals
 
Ensemble 2019
Faduma Ali
Michael Doris
Beth Honeycombe
Bernie Lanigan
Sally McCutcheon
Keely Pronk
Heath Roberts
John Robertson
Robert Street
Harlee Timms
Fresh iNQ Playwrights 2019
Julie Johnston
Michael Sams
Guest Community Actors 2019
Jennine Padgett
Past Ensemble Members
Todd Barty (2010 - 2012
Meg Bowden (2012-2014)
Jonathon Brown (2011-2013/2015-2016)
Nick Christie (2010-2011)
Tamika Crane (2015-2016)
Emily Edwards (2012-2014)
Beth Honeycombe (2010-2015
Emma Lamberton (2012 - 2016)
Carla Lejarraga (210 - 2014)
Sally McCutcheon (2011/2013/2016)
Jesse Morgan (2010-2013)
Sandra Neal (2010-2011)
Jayden Popik (2012-2013)
Paul Ransom (2010-2011)
James Raggatt (2010/2012)
Shai Regan (2014-2018)
Thomas Roach (2010-2016)
Jason Schwab (2010-2011)
Emma Smith (2010-2018)
Joshua Smith (2010-2014)
Taylah Smith (2010-2015)
Lachlan Stevenson (2013-2016)
James Thomasson (2010-2015)
Anna Vella-Sams(2015-2016)
Anna Wallace (2010 -2015)
 
 
Past Guest Professionals
Syd Brisbane (2013-2014)
Michael Futcher (2016)
Phil Lambert (2010 & 2017)
Thomas Roach (2017-2018)
 

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