A graduate of Curtin Uni’s Hayman Theatre and long-time member of The Big Hoo Haa, Tegan has been working in the Perth theatre industry and comedy scene for 20 years. Her play ‘This Is Not A Love Song’ debuted at The Blue Room in 2013 (Audience Award Winner) and won several Fringe Awards in Melbourne and Adelaide. She was a core ensemble member of Variegated Productions ‘Frankie’s’ 2018 and more recently, 2021, she was a member of ‘Bangtown: Improvised Musical’ ensemble (Rechabite), played the title character in Runaway Balloon’s ‘Someone Stole Dee Perse’s Tree’ (Subiaco Arts Centre) and has just finished working on Yirra Yaakin’s ‘Dating Black’. Tegan’s film credits include Mad Kids’ original Gavin Tanner series, ABC iView’s DAFUQ? And the award winning sketch “Margaret’s Got Talent” (2018 Official Selection Australia’s Funniest Shorts), and Foxtel’s 2019 series “Upright”.
Tegan Mulvany teaches Improvisation at WAAPA and also works as a corporate actor and role-player.
Alicia is an actor, deviser, facilitator, writer and improviser who completed ECU’s Contemporary Performance course in 2012. Her work as a performer/deviser with The Wet Weather Ensemble includes: Red Cross, Adam And Eve, and Bird boy (The Watermill Centre, N.Y. 2012/PICA 2013). She has performed in Fat Pig (Red Ryder) You Once Said Yes (Look Left Look Right) White Rabbit Red Rabbit (PTC) Ecosexual Bathhouse (Pony Express) Girl In The Wood (Rorschach Beast) The Arrival (SPPT) Hive Mind (Rorschach Beast) Unrule (Hey Precious!) French Over (Rorschach Beast) Impro Musical Bangtown! Whistleblower (The Last Great Hunt) Nocturna (Kabuki Drop) Bite The Hand (TLGH) and House (Barking Gecko). She wrote her first show On The Face Of Things (2016) for WAYTCO ensemble. She has been improvising with The Big HOO-HAA since 2012 and loves it.
Andrew Sutherland (he/him) is a writer and performance-maker between Boorloo (Perth) and Singapore. He holds a BA (First Class Hons.) in Acting from LASALLE College of the Arts (Goldsmiths University), has twice been awarded WA’s Blaz Award for New Writing, and creates new and collaborative theatre as part of independent theatre outfit Squid Vicious. Recent works include Salome delta, Mother of Compost, small & cute oh no, 30 Day Free Trial, and a line could be crossed and you would slowly cease to be, which was commissioned by the Intercultural Theatre Institute in 2019 and subsequently restaged by The Esplanade Singapore in 2021. His debut poetry collection, Paradise (point of transmission) is forthcoming with Fremantle Press in 2022, and his fiction, creative non-fiction and poetry can be found in a wide range of literary journals and anthologies in Australia and internationally. He is grateful to reside on Whadjuk Noongar boodja.