Tok Thoc

Presented by bAKEHOUSE Theatre.

Where When
Crack House October 5th, 7.00pm – 8.00pm

SUZANNE MILLAR is the Education Manager at The Arts Platform, the Artistic Director of bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company and StageDirections Theatre, and the founder and director of the Storylines Festival. Suzanne has directed, performed and produced in Sydney at the NIDA Parade Playhouse, Seymour Centre, SBW Stables, Bondi Pavilion Theatre, and Parramatta Riverside Theatres. Recent directing credits include the StoryLines Festival (TRS & NIDA); Cabal (Parnassus Den); Coup d’Etat (NIDA); and The History Boys (NIDA).

JOHN HARRISON has directed, performed and produced in Sydney at the SBW Stables, NIDA Parade Playhouse, Seymour Centre, Parramatta Riverside Theatres, Bondi Pavilion, PACT, and Sydney Performance Space. He is a founding member and Artistic Director of bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company. Directing & Producing credits include: In Memoriam (Stables Theatre), Coram Boy (Bakehouse), Ngarrpaana (StoryLines Festival), The Life of Galileo (Zenith Theatre), Antony and Cleopatra (Popinjay productions).

DINO DIMITRIADIS is a director, producer and dramaturg. He is a co-Artistic Director of BAKEHOUSE Theatre Company, founder and Artistic Director of Apocalypse Theatre and currently the General Manager at The Arts Platform. In 2010 Dino observed the rehearsal period of Blvoir’s Gwen in Purgatory and produced a rehearsal account of Neil Armfield’s process. He has completed and Honours Thesis on Tommy Murphy’s body of work, titled ‘Tommy Murphy: Toward the Political’.

ELIJAH WILLIAMS is an emerging African Australian actor, singer and dancer, originally from Sierra Leone. He performed in the world premiere of A Land Beyond the River at Storylines09. He has performed in To Kill a Mockingbird at the Zenith Theatre (09), A Land Beyond the River in 2012 (NIDA/TRS), Big River in 2010 (StageDirections Theatre) and West Side Story in 2013 (St Ignatius’ College Riverview)

CHEYNE FYNN is an Australian born actor, dancer and choreographer of South African descent and Zululand heritage. He graduated from AADA in 2008. He has appeared for BAKEHOUSE Theatre in The History Boys at NIDA in 2010. Other stage credits include One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest, Of Mice and Men, The Mousetrap. Cheyne is currently rehearsing for the upcoming production of Enron at the New Theatre.

YARIE BANGURA is a singer, rap artist, poet, dancer and actor, originally from Sierra Leone, and currently rehearsing for The Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe to be seen at Riverside Theatres in May and Belvoir Theatres in August. She has performed in both Sydney and Melbourne.

AKECH KIR DENG is an actor and dancer from South Sudan. He has worked with the cross cultural contemporary dance team ‘the saints’, has performed as part of the Storylines Festival at NIDA and Bondi Pavilion Theatre, and has trained and danced with Justice Crew. He was recently invited to audition for the Lionsgate Movie A Good Lie, and was on hold for a lead role.

JARROD CRELLIN is a graduate with a diploma in acting from the Ensemble Acting Studios. His stage credits include All in the Timing (Ensemble Theatre), The History of Theatre (Ensemble Rep Co), A Clockwork Orange (New Theatre, dir. Frieda Lee), Oedipus (Genesian Theatre), The Laramie Project (Zenith Theatre), Toro Toro (Company B Young Playwrights), The Resistible Rise of Verity Devlin (NIDA Playhouse), A Land Beyond the River (Storylines09)), A Modest Aussie Cossie (O’Kelly Theatre), and most recently Metamorphosis (Pact Theatre).