Oliver Shermacher at
CIty Recital Hall presents
Co-produced by Lyle Chan and Vexations840
Performed by Oliver Shermacher
Directed by Julia Robertson
Extended Play is back in 2019! The inaugural event last year was hailed as “the best new classical music initiative Sydney has seen in years” (The Australian), and an “exhilarating festival, wonderfully supportive of local artists and ensembles, emerging talent and an audience eager to engage.” (Real Time).
Oliver's performance will be a vibrant and unusual solo act that combines movement, spoken word, and theatrics with solo clarinet. Oliver regularly includes theatrical elements into his performances, the grounding premise of his recital for the Freedman Fellowship, which he was awarded in 2018.
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Nicole is an emerging director, writer and theatre maker, excited by new work and new modes of storytelling. Most recently, Nicole was a 2018-2019 ArtsLab artist-in residence at Shopfront Arts Co-op, where she directed a new work, Spider In My Soup. In 2018, she wrote and directed, Organs! (Shopfront 2018 Members’ Production), devised and performed in Mouth of the River at Q Theatre (dir. Nick Atkins and Emele Ugavule) Nicole is a part of CuriousWorks’ inaugural Makers Space Program
Grace graduated from the Diploma of Musical Theatre at NIDA in 2017. During her studies, she performed in the Irving Berlin Cabaret, and Chimerica at the Sydney Theatre Company. Since graduating Grace went on to perform in two additional NIDA productions, 2nd Year BFA Production of The Changeling and MFA Graduate Production of The Bacchae, which was then taken to Adelaide Fringe Festival in March last year. In September Grace devised and performed in Little Eggs Collective’s PINOCCHIO.
After completing the Music Theatre Foundation Course at VCA in 2012, Annie was accepted into the Bachelor of Acting course at NIDA. Recent credits include Love, Me (The Old 505), DVA (Karina Russell), My First Panic (AFTRS), Stupid Fucking Bird (The New Theatre) of which she won a Sydney Theatre Award for Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role in an Independent Production, PINOCCHIO (Little Eggs Collective), Whose Uterus is it Anyway? (Bite Size Productions) and Nosferatu (Montague Basement).
Originally from Queensland, Laura Wilson began her training completing credited courses from Trinity College London, before moving to Sydney to begin her studies at Actors Centre Australia - Full Time Acting Program. Most recently Laura appeared in a return season of Pool (No Water) (dir. Maeliosa Stafford) and in Pinocchio, where she first joined Little Eggs at the Sydney Fringe Festival 2018.