Wayne has worked as a professional actor for over thirty years.
Having moved to Wagga Wagga, Wayne is now a drum and percussion teacher at the Riverina Conservatorium of Music.
Wayne’s most recent engagement was playing the role of Prime Minister in the final season of Rake.
Samantha is a recent graduate of The National Institute of Dramatic Arts, Master of Fine Arts (Voice) program.
She has worked both as a performer and voice and speech coach. Her performance training includes Stanislavski method during her undergraduate Bachelors degree in Performing Arts at Monash University in Melbourne and Meisner technique at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City.
She has previously worked on The Caucasian Chalk circle, Antigone and Ubu as part of the NIDA showcase performances and Belvoir Theatre Company’s collaboration with Sydney Festival, Counting and Cracking.
Samantha is currently the lecturer in voice and movement at Charles Sturt University, Wagga.
Dominique has acted on stages, screen and other locations throughout Australia and internationally.
He was Albert Facey in the Ch 9 miniseries “A Fortunate Life” and Dally Messenger in the BBC film “The First Kangaroos”.
Dominique is a core member and chair of the board of Theatre Kantanka. He studied for two years in Paris at L’École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq and currently teaches acting at CSU.
Maxine Mueller has been designing and creating costumes since 2014 and won numerous design awards for her creations.
She has a variety of skills in sewing, armour making, SFX, makeup, and painting.
Maxine has designed for Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Apathy for Beginners, Daughters of Heaven, and the Wizard of Oz.