Back Yard Theatre Ensemble x Method Productions Presents
Ophelia. Maybe is the story of two aspiring actor friends trying to make it in the performing arts industry. They dream of the big break, prepare for auditions, read plays, and study characters. How far will they go to be successful?
Show Date: Wednesday, 26th April 2023
Show Time: 8:00pm
Venue: Haque Centre of Acting & Creativity (HCAC), 89A Desker Road
There are no physical tickets issued. Your receipt will serve as your e-ticket.
Seating arrangements will be on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Who is Back Yard Theatre Ensemble (BYTE)?
BYTE is an independent company that produces theatre dedicated to presenting devised issue-based work nationally in Australia and internationally for many years.
BYTE's new touring devised theatre piece, Ophelia. Maybe will make its Singapore debut in April 2023.
For More Information About BYTE: www.byteensemble.com.au
A graduate of Federation University’s Bachelor of Arts in Acting program,
Emma Snow is an actress and children’s entertainer based in Naarm. During
her time at university, she performed in Agamemnon, The Time is Not Yet
Ripe, A Midsummer Nights' Dream, and the self-devised show The Chekhov
Project. She has worked on Australian shows such as Neighbours, Barracuda,
and the Polynesian dramedy Liana. She’s starred in the short films Carina’s
Groove (Byron Bay International Film Festival), Sister from the
South (Changing Face IFF, MUFF) and The Cubicle (Connect Her). Recently
Emma was seen in ‘Empathy Training’ (La Mama), producing Ella Hickson’s
‘Boys’ and in BYTE’s The Twelfth of Love (2022) and Ophelia. Maybe (2022/23).
Breanna completed a Bachelor of Acting at Federation University Arts
Academy. She appeared on Neighbours’ Nowhere Boys and The Worst Year of
My Life. At Ballarat she performed in Blue Stockings, A Mid-Summer Night’s
Dream, Agamemnon, and in the self-devised show The Chekhov
Project. Breanna took further private acting and voice lessons with Francis
Greenslade, Jennifer Innes, Jasper Bagg, and Anna Mccrossin Owen. She
worked on the Korean feature film Road to Boston. Breanna’s love for the
industry as a whole has led her to work for an array of different departments
and she hopes to expand on and continue this work throughout her life, both
within Australia and Internationally. She is delighted to appear for BYTE
in Shadowfall (2023), The Twelfth of Love (2022), Drama School
(2022) and Ophelia. Maybe (2022/23).
Verity Wood is an actor born and raised in Melbourne. She completed her BA
in acting at Federation University and is currently practicing Clowning, Le Jeu, and Fitzmaurice Voice with Fabio Motta. After completing her Bachelor,
Verity traveled to Japan in 2017 where she was fortunate to attend workshops with
Butoh artist Ima Tenko, who has been practicing her craft for over thirty
years. In 2019 Verity spent a month in the Berkshires (Lenox, Massachusetts)
where she participated in the Summer Training Intensive at Shakespeare and
Company. Verity is excited to work with BYTE on various projects including Dew On
Mornings. Past, Smith Street (2021), On a Bridge North From Here (2022),
Hedda, Nora, Julie and me (2022), Drama School (2022), The Twelfth of
Love (2022), Shadowfall (2023), and Ophelia. maybe (2022/23). Verity has
discovered the importance of play and hopes to bring magic to any future
Artistic Director at BYTE.
Joachim was born in Germany and now lives in Melbourne/Australia. He is a playwright, poet, Theatre-maker, and Artistic Director of ‘Backyard Theatre Ensemble (BYTE)’. Joachim has created theatre in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, India, Uzbekistan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Hungary, Taiwan, Switzerland, and China. Joachim’s poetry is published in Australia, Germany, the United Kingdom and the USA. He published a travel journal in Australia, Away with me, and a novel in the USA, Dead River Oaks. A book about theatre and travel, Rain Overnight, has been published in India. More recently he published three books of poetry, Sidewalk Theatre, dew on mornings. past, Travels with Myself and stolpersteine. and the plays Ordinary Australians, Hannah’s Ark, Hedda, Nora, Julie and Me, Ophelia. Maybe and Tinderella, Sex and Stanislavski. In 2023, the value of things, a reflection on life in theatre will be published.
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