Michelle has been a Producer for THEATRE 180 since 2019.
Michelle is also co-director of the leading entertainment agency BIG SKY ENTERTAINMENT. Established in 2010 with well-known Perth actor and fellow co-director Rebecca Davis, the agency represents professional entertainers ranging from circus, dance, magicians, comedians, musicians, bands, tribute shows, MC’s, specialty entertainment and much more. Big Sky Entertainment provides entertainers to the private and corporate sector as well as many of the major mine sites throughout Australia including acts such as Diesel, The Angels, Hoodoo Gurus, Birds of Tokyo, Kasey Chambers, Baby Animals, The Brow, Eskimo Joe and Downsyde.
Big Sky Entertainment artistically created and produced the Shakespeare 400 Festival, Perth at UWA in 2016, employing over 50 performers and produced the 2018 Riversea Arts Spring Festival, a collaboration between Bethanie Aged Care, Mount Lawley Senior High School and Agelink Theatre. Michelle was a Creative Producer on the original West Australian musical/opera MIMMA, a musical of war and friendship at The Regal Theatre in April 2019.
Michelle has worked professionally as an actor for over 20 years for both stage and screen. She has performed in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth and toured regionally in WA, QLD, NSW, VIC & TASMANIA. Some of these Productions include BLITHE SPIRIT, DAY ONE HOTEL EVENING, NATIONAL INTEREST, WHITE PEARL DIVERS OF BROOME, THE MEMORY OF WATER, THE LADY AOI and THE VISIT for Black Swan Theatre Company, MODERN INTERNATIONAL DEAD for Deckchair Theatre Company, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM for Shakespeare WA, THE GRADUATE for Perth Theatre Trust, THE TURNING for PTC/Piaf/Western Edge, BOMBSHELLS, BABY BOOMER BLUES for Perth Theatre Company, PRIVATE LIVES for Onward Productions, KING LEAR for Acronym Productions, YERMA, THREAD OF BLOOD for Bardic Productions, METAMORPHOSIS, BETWEEN YOUR EYES & MINE, PEER GYNT for Fractal Theatre and THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO for Queensland Theatre Company.
Film & TV includes STORMWOLD, SLEEPOVER CLUB 2, SNOBS, GOIN H0ME, WATER RATS, CHANGE, HIDDEN CREATURES, CALLING GERRY MOLLOY, PRICK and BOY.
She has a Bachelor of Arts (Creative) graduating with High Distinctions.
Michelle has been a proud member of Equity since 1983.
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As an independent, not-for-profit theatre company, we welcome any form of support. Donations of $2.00 or more are tax-deductible.
The THEATRE 180 Public Fund (ABN: 33 042 434 145) is a tax deductible fund listed on the Australian Government’s Register of Cultural Organisations maintained under Subdivision 30-F of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997.
ALL DONATIONS ARE MAINTAINED IN A SPECIAL PUBLIC FUND ADMINISTRATED BY THEATRE 180 AND THESE FUNDS WILL ONLY BE USED FOR THE PRINCIPAL PURPOSE OF THE ORGANISATION.
THEATRE 180 Public Fund
Robin Tunnicliffe FCPA CPM, Jenny Davis OAM, Stuart Halusz
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