Quiche Loraine: Daniel Gough
Richie LeStrange: Sampson Smith
Christina Draguilera: Adam Sleeman
Stage Manager: Jameson Gilders
Daniel Gough: Quiche Loraine
Daniel Gough is a performance maker whose work is immersive, audience-responsive and site-responsive. He is the artistic director of The SUI Ensemble and has lead or co-lead the creative process on three of their major works (for Anywhere Festival, Melbourne Fringe Festival). Recent credits include Director (4.48 Psychosis, Vena Cava), Associate Artist (HAIR by Melina Wightman, The View From Here at Metro Arts), Producer (White Rabbit, Red Rabbit, Independent Production). Daniel is consistently seeking opportunities to make new work that has agency and urgency, using performance as a tool to conjure social and cultural mobility and encourage audiences to understand themselves.
Adam Sleeman: Christina Draguilera
Adam Sleeman is a performer and collaborative practitioner who uses more than 10 years of experience in hair-dressing, fashion and drag to interrogate notions of selfhood, identity, gender and sexuality. His most recent credits have included a major performance role in 4.48 Psychosis (2017, Vena Cava) and as a facilitator of community development workshops in Papua New Guinea. Adam has recently joined forces with The SUI Ensemble on their most recent project, Hot Cult (2017, Anywhere Theatre Festival) and will be joining the company on their development of Stonewall as a creative collaborator and community liaison. Adam is always seeking opportunities to develop form-challenging, immersive work that promote community development, especially within queer society and culture.
Sampson Smith: Richie LeStrange
Sampson Smith is a theatre maker, director, performer and producer whose practice spans traditional and contemporary forms. As the Co-Artistic Director of Brisbane based company The SUI Ensemble, Sampson directed the award winning AWFUL/BIG ADVENTURE (2016, Anywhere Theatre Festival), as well as collaborated and performed in The Reality Event (2015) and Hot Cult (2017). As a founding member of the comedy trio, The Architects of Sound, she has toured her work nationally at Brisbane Festival (2016), Perth Fringe World (2017), Melbourne International Comedy Festival (2017) and Melbourne Fringe Festival (2015-16). Sampson’s work continues to find unique and playful ways to tell stories and reach communities.