Chris Le Page
Role: Artistic Director
After his completion of a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Creative and Performing Arts, and Sociology and Anthropology at University of Newcastle, Chris moved to Sydney and created OCCUPY: Theatre, Arts, Multi-Media and wrote UNKNOWING. As well as this, Chris produced and created the LGBTI Theatre Festival. (2017)
Currently working on his second play, "Anything But Marriage" a two act play that follow the lives of 2 queer couples paralleled with the real events of the same sex marriage debate.
Throughout his degree, Chris Le Page devised contemporary and conceptual performative works. "sO-NEG" (2014), "Here's the Alternative" (2015), "Bachelor of Prostitution (2015) "Wedding Video" (2015) "Torture" (2015), "This is Uncomfortable" (2016) and "The Experiment", dir Cadi McCarthy. (2016)
Throughout out 2016 Chris was selected as a participant in the Trajectory program through Tantrum Youth Arts with resident artist Lottie Consalvo who mentored the group of emerging artists. The project creates a ensemble of emerging artists to focus on performance art. As a part of Trajectory, Chris devised performances for the Lake Macquarie Art Gallery 20th celebrations and the annual This Is Not Art (TINA) Festival, as well as performing at The Argyle House with improvised performances.
Role: Resident Director
Upon Graduating from Hunter Valley Grammar School Georgia moved to Melbourne to pursue her passion for the arts. In the first year, Georgia trained independently as a triple threat, with Singing lessons under the tuition of Sally Bourne (Evita (1996), The Sullivans (1976), Acting classes at Victorian collage of the arts and Dancing under the tuition of Natalya Bobenko.
Georgia was then accepted into the Institute of Box Hill to study a diploma in Music Theatre. After Graduating Georgia turned her focus to acting and in 2016 was accepted into Sydney Theatre School.
Georgia later this year will be featured as Hamlet in her second year production at STS, Directed by Sean O’riordan. Moving forward Georgia wishes to pursue a Masters of Screen & Directing at Central School of speech and Drama in London.
She is thrilled to be apart of Occupy Theatres first Production.
Role: Resident Lighting and Sound Operator
Adele is a graduate of The University of Wollongong with a Bachelor of Creative Arts (Technical Theatre) and while studying was trained in all technical aspects of production including stage management, design and operation. Working with director Cath Mckinnon she learnt how to sound design and stage manage for the show 'Concussion'. While studying Adele was actively involved in community theatre throughout the Illawarra playing in orchestra pits and working behind the scenes, including 'Equus' and 'Lights Out Nellie Martin' at the Phoenix Theatre.