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Sarah Enright (pictured centre) graduated from WAAPA in 2000 with the Leslie Anderson Scholarship for most outstanding performer. Her television credits include White Collar BlueAll SaintsBlackjackFarscapeMcLeod's Daughters and Home and Away. Previously for Darlinghurst Theatre Sarah directed The Bee in 2007. Having devised and performed work countrywide, she established SandS throughthehourglass in 2009. After an infamous residency at Oxford Art Factory they won Best Show at Sydney Fringe 2010, and created original work for Tamarama Rock Surfers, Griffin Theatre, 1000 £ Bend Melbourne, and the Festival of International New Drama (F.I.N.D.) at the prestigious Schaubühne in Berlin 2012. Since then Sarah has performed at National Gallery Victoria and White Night Melbourne, completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting at the National Art School in 2015. After Broken, Sarah will be heading to Austria for a residency awarded to her on graduation. 

Ivan Donato (pictured left) graduated from NIDA in 2007. Since graduating Ivan has performed in The Age Of Consent (Old Fitz), Cherry Smoke (Old Fitz), Strange Attractor (Griffin Theatre), Bang (White Box/B Sharp), The Berry Man (Hothouse Theatre), Macbeth (Bell Shakespeare), Blood Wedding (Malthouse Theatre Company), Othello (Sport for Jove), Belongings (White Box/Wagga Civic Theatre), Machinal (Sydney Theatre Company), Macbeth (Sydney Theatre Company), A Christmas Carol (Belvoir St Theatre), Hamlet (Bell Shakespeare), and The Blind Giant is Dancing (Belvoir St Theatre), and Hurt (505/White Box). Ivan was also part of Bell Shakespeare's inaugural 'The Players' ensemble.

Rarriwuy Hick (pictured right) theatre credits include The Golden Age (Sydney Theatre Company), Walking into Bigness (Malthouse Theatre and Tour), The Shadow King (Barbican London), Bloodland (Sydney Theatre Company / Bangarra Dance Company) and Wrong Skin (Ngurrumilmaramiriwu) (Opera House / Malthouse / Adelaide Festival / Darwin Festival). Her television credits includes the series Cleverman on ABC and the critically acclaimed Redfern Now: Promise Me, for which she received a Logie Award nomination for Most Outstanding Supporting Actress and AACTA Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Television Drama, The Gods of Wheat Street, The Broken Shore and Redfern Now. In addition to acting, Rarriwuy is also a dancer and choreographer.


Posted 25 Jul 2016

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