Zoe Pepper Director
Zoe Pepper is a director and writer for theatre and more recently film. In 2011 Zoe worked with Sydney Theatre Company and devised and directed Fiddlers Coin as part of the Money Shots series. Zoe was the recipient of the Western Australian Theatre Development Initiative and undertook an extended development of new interactive audio work. Also in 2011 Perth Theatre Company picked up Zoe’s work, The Pride and presented the show’s third season, previously playing at the Blue Room Theatre in Perth (Sept 2010) where the show was awarded the Best Production and Member’s Choice awards. Under the company name Side Pony Productions and has produced, directed and co-written five original productions: Devil’s Gulch: A Dastardly Deed (BAC London), The Manic Pony (Artrage Festival 2006), Motor City Blues (Artrage, Adelaide Fringe Festival), Lions and Tigers (Short film) and The Pride. Other directing credits include Heart of Gold, working in collaboration with Hold Your Horses and PICA: Rehearsals of a Cross-dressing Stepfather for Limoncello Gallery (London). She worked as the Associate Director of Dont Look Back for UK company dreamthinkspeak, at the 2008 Perth International Arts Festival. In recent years Zoe has been spending time studying in Paris at the École Philippe Gaulier.
Adriane Daff Performer
Adriane Daff completed a BA in Theatre Arts at the West Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2004. It was during her time at WAPPA that she first met Zoe Pepper and worked with her in 2005 on the devised production of Motor City Blues. After a successful Perth season this show was renamed Motor City Blues and was performed as a part of the Adelaide Fringe festival in 2006. From this point on Adriane has continued to work with Side Pony Productions on a variety of shows such as Scarecrow (winner of the Blue Room Judge’s Choice award in 2006), The Manic Pony and most recently, The Pride (winner of the Blue Room member’s award and Blue Room Judge’s choice in 2010). After it’s season at the Blue Room in 2009, The Pride was performed at Brisbane’s Under the Radar festival and as a part of Perth Theatre Company’s season in 2010. Adriane is currently co-writing the Guess Who Project with Zoe.
Tim Watts Performer
Tim Watts is a performer, deviser, director, producer, puppeteer and animator. He is a founding member of Weeping Spoon Productions, an international multi-award winning independent theatre company based in Perth, Western Australia. He has performed/devised/directed theatre and participated in workshops all around Australia and the world, including Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, Beijing, Shanghai, Prague, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, London, California, and New York. Recent credits include, Deathtrap (PICA, Perth) The World Inspite of Itself (China), Red Lashes (UNIMA 2008, Perth), Greed (Canada Fringe), Hope is the saddest (Brisbane Festival), Duck Duck Goose (The Blue Room, Perth), Oscar (Perth) and Heart of Gold (PICA, Perth) and most recently performed a sell-out season of his solo show The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer at the Blue Room in Perth, the New York International Fringe Festival, New York city, where he received an award for ‘Outstanding Solo Show’ and the Adelaide Fringe Festival. In 2012 Tim co-directed Pollyanna (Fringe World, Perth).
Eden Falk Performer
Eden Falk is an actor and musician. His work has mostly followed a conventional line despite many attempts on his behalf to stray from it, resulting in the creation of strange sound-scapes for even stranger theatre pieces: The Loft Project, Sydney Theatre Company (2008), A Game of You, Ontroerend Goed (2009), or taking part in improvised ear-piece theatre An Oak Tree, Downstairs Belvoir (2008) or standing still for forty ﬁve minutes covered in photographs of himself and singing pieces from Schubertʼs Winteriesse The Lost Echo, Sydney Theatre Company (2006). In 2011 Eden toured nationally with Post for Who’s The Best?