Holly Brindley (playwright)
Holly is a writer and performer from Adelaide, currently based in Melbourne. She trained in acting at the Flinders University Drama Centre and holds a Master of Writing for Performance from the Victorian College of the Arts. As a writer, Holly is most inspired by the immediate world around her and her observations of the everyday – conversations overheard, strangers encountered, memories recorded. She is interested in the nuance and fragility of connection between humans and the struggles that can come from the pursuit of intimacy. She returns often to the idea of “miscommunication” and is interested in examining the inarticulacies of human expression; her plays often revolve around the consequences of her character’s inability to communicate and connect with each other. Holly enjoys writing both original plays and adaptations of existing and classic works, an interest very much fuelled by her previous and ongoing collaborations with Foul Play.
Meg Wilson (designer)
Meg is a South Australian-based interdisciplinary artist who works predominantly with large-scale and often site-specific installation and performance. She aims to provoke imposed perplexity, uneasiness and a sense of drama in the everyday. As designer for theatre Meg has recently worked with State Theatre Company of South Australia (Terrestrial, 2018) and Windmill Theatre Co. (Amphibian, 2018), and as lead visual artist with ACE Open (Sports Day, 2019) and Urban Theatre Projects (Team Trampoline/ Right Here. Right Now., 2018). For Foul Play Meg has designed Eurydice (2015), Julie (2017) and is the designer for Yerma (2019).
Dr Lisa Harper Campbell (associate producer)
Dr Lisa Harper Campbell is an acting graduate of the Flinders University Drama Centre. Acting highlights include performing in the award-nominated Biography: A Game and Perplex (Joh Hartog Productions), appearing in web-series Ruby June and playing Julie Bishop in the national tour of Abbott! The Musical. She has also performed and toured her own original work including a comedic solo show, A Bee’s Dick Away and the satirical piece A Full English Breakfast with Clive Palmer. Lisa has produced for both theatre (Foul Play Theatre’s Julie and Yerma) and radio (Radio Adelaide’s Arts Breakfast). She has worked with acclaimed French actor and director Zabou Breitman and has directed for Cranking Hog Productions (The Double Bass) and South Australian Playwrights Theatre (staged readings, Watchlist). Lisa obtained her doctorate in French Cinema in 2017 and has since conducted research and lectured across French, Screen and Drama Studies at various universities.