Rebecca Mayo graduated from Flinders Drama Centre in 2014. She is an award-winning actor, producer and theatre maker.
Rebecca’s theatre acting credits include: Caleb Lewis’ Destroyer of Worlds (Rock Surfers Theatre Company), Melancholy Play (Flinders University), Deluge (Tiny Bricks), Schmidt (Back Porch Theatre), McNIrt Hates Dirt (DreamBIG Children’s Festival and AWESOME Children’s Festival), Stories In The Dark (Live In The Dark) , Angelique (isthisyours?) and the national tour of Yo Diddle Diddle (Patch Theatre Company). And for TV: Almost Midnight (ABC iview).
In 2015, Rebecca was the recipient of the Helpmann Academy Neil Curnow Award which led to her work with world-renowned theatre companies The Rude Mechanicals (Austin, TX) and Ontroerend Goed (Ghent, Belgium).
Yasmin Gurreeboo has a first class honours drama degree from the University of Exeter and trained at the Jacques Lecoq International Theatre School, Paris. Yasmin is currently the Artistic Director of Foul Play Theatre and Associate Director of ActNow Theatre. Yasmin is committed to championing women’s voices and cultural diversity on our stages.
Nescha graduated from the Flinders University Drama Centre directing course in 2010 with first class honours and an university medal. Independent theatre directing credits include Sepia (RiAus/Emily Steel), Hamlet (Actors Folio), Alice and Peter Grow Up (Milk Theatre Collective), Deluge (Tiny Bricks in association with Brink for 2016 Adelaide Festival) and the 2018 revised remount of 19 weeks (Emily Steel). For the State Theatre Company of South Australia, Nescha has directed Terrestrial, Switzerland, Straight White Men (co-production with La Boite), Gorgon, Volpone, Krapp’s Last Tape in the ‘Beckett Triptych’ (2015 Adelaide Festival, 2016 MOFO), Othello, Jesikah and Random. Nescha is one-half of theatre company Tiny Bricks, a creative partnership with playwright Phillip Kavanagh.