Eddie Stowers

Eddie Stowers

Board Member
Eddie Stowers

Eddie Stowers

Board Member

Eddie has acted in and written for, theatre and film for over 20 years. He has lost count of his shows, from Shakespeare to musicals, community theatre to the Melbourne Comedy Festival to a recent recurring character on a national TV series.

Away from the stage, he has decades of experience as a sought-after corporate speaker on business improvement and change management, throughout Australia, NZ, the UK and Asia. Theatre 180 has enabled him to combine his passion for the performance arts, with his expertise on the commercial aspects of that weird and wonderful animal we know as ‘show business’.

A NZ born Samoan, he is active in the NZ film scene, with amongst others, the Auckland based Pacific Island Screen Artists group, promoting Polynesian culture and heritage through screen performance. The traditional role of the Orator Chief (tulafale), who were and are oral historians, venerated and indispensable in Samoan society, guides their modern day hi-tech equivalents in telling stories effectively to contemporary audiences.

I tell people “Ask me what corporate work I was involved in 5 – 10 – 15 years ago, I would have to look it up. But ask me what show or film I was doing at that time, I can instantly reel off as much detail as you want, and I find most performers are the same”

Eddie is grateful and delighted to share with his fellow board members, a love and respect for the art of story-telling and sharing those stories with Theatre 180’s audiences, especially West Australian and Australian stories.

Eddie has a BA in Social Anthropology, and is a long-term board member of a local Disability Provider 4lifeskills (formerly SMP – South Metro Personnel)

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As we are coming up to our final 3 days of performances of 'The Children' and 'I and You', we are also looking forward to our very special Mornings on the Terrace show 'The I's Have It' on Thursday 3rd June @11am, also at Burt Memorial Hall, 38 St Georges Terrace, Perth.

Starring Alinta Carroll, Brendan Hanson and Craig Skelton

Do you love Melody? Ragtime? Comedy? Musical Theatre from the Golden Days (Dancing Cheek to Cheek, Anything You can Do I Can Do Better, Top Hat White Tie and Tails, My Dearest Dear, Waltz of My Heart, The Girl That I Marry and more)?
 
Then you love the work of Ivor Novello and Irving Berlin.
 
THE I’s HAVE IT celebrates the music and the antics of these two superstars of their day on the opposite sides of the Atlantic.

Guaranteed to warm the cockles of your heart on a winter’s morning.
 
BOOKINGS: https://theatre180.com.au/show/the-is-have-it/
Playing until May 29 - don’t miss these two beautiful plays Perth!!
Bookings: www.theatre180.com.au 
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Curtain down on performance number 88 of AB Facey’s A FORTUNATE LIFE. Cheers and ovations from, and to our wonderful audiences all around WA. Thanks for supporting Western Australian theatre. @theatre180wa @afortunatelifeoz @grand_cinemaswa
Just one week to go and we will be back on stage performing A Fortunate Life! Up to our 88th performance and we can’t wait to perform this season at the beautiful Grand Cygnet Cinema Como 😊 May 15, 16, 19 and 23
BOOK NOW: www.afortunatelife.com.au