Chrissie Koltai has a 45-year history as a choreographer, director,
producer and theatre maker as well teaching body awareness from
encounter groups in the 70’s to working with Indigenous dance for
10 years, head of Movement at ACA training actors in movement
and physical theatre for 17 years and more recently working with
and developing performers with Cerebral Palsy founding a physical
approach to communication and awareness.
Ross McGregor is one of the most revered acting teachers in Australia. He has taught acting with distinction at NIDA (1986-91), The Actor’s Centre (1991-94), WAAPA (2009-13), the VCA, The International Screen Academy (2013-14), The Canberra Repertory Theatre, AFTRS (1986-91 and 1997-2005) The Actors’ Centre London, The British Film School and the Perth Actor’s Hub (2017). He has directed over 60 full-length plays for theatre, with Canberra Rep, The Stables, Sydney, The Independent, Lambert House, Hunter Valley Theatre, Darlinghurst Eternity Theatre and many others.
Stephen Wallace is a director, writer and teacher who has directed six feature films, as well as producing and directing over 20 plays. Stephen originally trained with Hayes Gordon at the Ensemble Theatre and has taught screen acting at Screenwise for the last 15 years. He ran his own Grotowski actor’s workshop and numerous other actor’s workshops. He has also taught ‘directing actors’ at the AFTRS. He has directed numerous television productions including THE LOVE LETTERS FROM TERALBA ROAD (Ch 7) and CAPTIVES OF CARE (ABC), both of which are AFI winners.