Shows and Events listing:
2017 - present
Full time entertainment specialist and product support and sales at OzCAD the distributors of the CAD design program Vectorworks.
Relatively Speaking Ensemble Theatre by Alan Ayckbourn. Director Mark Kilmurry, Design Hugh O'Connor
Educating Rita, Ensemble Theatre by Willy Russell, Director Mark Kilmurry, Design Anna Gardiner
The Shoe Horn Sonata, Ensemble Theatre by John Misto. Sandra Bates and Lorainne Bayley
Absent Friends, Ensemble Theatre by Alan Ayckbourn. Director Mark Kilmurry Design Anna Gardiner.
“Happiness” by David Williamson, Directed by Sandra Bates premiering at the Ensemble Theatre .
“Neighbourhood Watch” by Alan Ayckbourn, Directed by Anna Crawford at the Ensemble Theatre.
General Assembly of the International Federation and the Council of Delegates of the International Red Cross Red Crescent Movement. Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre for works.com
“When Dad Married Fury” by David Williamson, Directed by Sandra Bates premiering at the Ensemble Theatre transferring to Sydney’s Theatre Royal.
“Managing Carmen” by David Williamson, Directedby Mark Kilmurry premiering at the Ensemble Theatre
Newcastle Regional Museum- BHP Steel exhibit for Mental Media
“Nothing Personal” by David Williamson. Directed by Mark Kilmurry for the Ensemble Theatre.
“Warning: Explicit Material” by Geoffrey Atherden. Directed by Mark Kilmurry for the Ensemble Theatre.
“Tuesdays with Morrie” Australian Tour. Winner of the APACA Drover Award for Tour of the Year.
“Rhinestone Rex and Miss Monica” by David Williamson. Directed by Sandra Bates premiering at the Ensemble Theatre.
‘Murderers” by Jeffrey Hatcher. Directed by Mark Kilmurry for the Ensemble Theatre.
“Looking Through A Glass Onion” by John Waters and Stewart D’Arrietta at the Playhouse, Sydney Opera House.
“Tuesdays with Morrie” by Jeffrey Hatcher and Mitch Albom. Directed by Mark Kilmurry, designed by Brian Nickless for the Ensemble Theatre, Sydney. Opened 5th January.
“Little Nell” by Simon Gray. Directed by Mark Kilmurry, designed by Brian Nickless for the Ensemble Theatre, Sydney. Opened 6th February.
Peugeot car launch Sydney for Austage Sydney.
"The Vertical Hour" By David Hare for the Sydney Theatre Company. Directed by Dr Julian Meyrick, set & costumes designed by Stephen Curtis. Opened at the Drama Theatre Sydney Opera House 14th February.
“The Pig Iron People” by John Doyle for the Sydney Theatre Company. Directed by Craig Ilott, set & costumes designed byStephen Curtis. Opened at the Drama Theatre Sydney Opera House 31st October.
Stockland Trust Group end of year celebrations at the Sydney Hilton for works.com.
General Motors Awards dinner
‘“Trying” for the Ensemble Theatre
Telstra- Project Mercury Launch for Jack Morton World Wide
Telstra Investor day briefing for Jack Morton World Wide
Stockland 50th Anniversary celebration
Stockland brand launch
Vestas Global Celebration
Rotary International Convention, Copenhagen-Malmo. (Production and lighting design)
"The Drawer Boy", Directed by Sandra Bates at the Ensemble Theatre.
" A Local Man", with Tony Barry at the Ensemble Theatre.
Sony "Experience More 2006" entire product launch.
"Measure for Measure" for the Bell Shakespeare Company, directed by John Bell. Opened at the Playhouse at the Victorian Arts Centre in July.
"Influence" by David Williamson, for the Sydney Theatre Company. Premiering at the Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House in March.
"The Wars of the Roses" For the Bell Shakepseare Company. John Bell's adaptation of Shakepeares epic Henry VIth trilogy. Premiered at the Playhouse, Sydney Opera House in March.
"The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead" Opening play new season for the Melbourne Theatre Company. Opened at the Victorian Arts Centre in January.
Sun Microsystems FY06 launch at the StateTheatre, Sydney for Works.com.
Rotary International Centennial Convention, Chicago
"The Servant Of Two Masters" by Carlo Goldini, adapted by Nick Enright and Ron Blair. Directed by John Bell, designed by Stephen Curtis. Opened to a standing ovation at the Sydney Opera House on 20th March 2004, then toured to Canberra and Melbourne.
"The Blonde, the Brunette and the vengeful Redhead" by Robert Hewitt, Starring Jacki Weaver. Opened at the Stables Theatre, Sydneyon 26th February.
"I'm Not Rappaport" by Herb Gardner, for the Ensemble Theatre. Directed by Andrew Doyle, designed by Judith Hoddinott, starring Warren Mitchell and George Henare. Opened at Sydney's Theatre Royal 17th February.
"Looking Through a Glass Onion", by John Waters and Stewart D'Arrietta. Revised and updated lighting design for a long national tour.
"The Complete Works of William Shakespeare -abridged!" (All 37 plays in 97 minutes) for Tim Woods Entertainment. Lighting design for the Hong Kong, Macau and Singapore seasons.
Qantas Business Services, new project launch for all employees.
Oracle Openworld at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
AMP Smith Family Christmas Appeal Launch
Australian Construction Achievement Awards 2004, Sydney.
PATA 2004 Jeju Island South Korea.
EMC2 roadshow launch presentation. Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne.
"As You Like It" for the Bell Shakespeare Company. The Playhouse, Sydney Opera House. Sydney adaptationof David Murray's lighting design, designed by Jennie Tate and directed by Lindy Davis. Opened Saturday 27th September.
"The Club" by David Williamson, directed by Bruce Myles, designed by Larry Eastwood, for the Sydney Theatre Company. Opened at the Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House on 28th August 2003.
"Aunty and Me" by Morris Panych, directed by Michael Karaolis, designed by Judith Hoddinott, for the Ensemble Theatre, Sydney.
"The Servant of Two Masters" directed by John Bell, designed by Stephen Curtis. Opened at the Playhouse, Queensland Performing Arts Centre on the 30th May before embarking on a vast regional tour around Australia.
"Get Happy- The Musical" at the Star City Showroom, producer Imac Productions. Opened 26th March 2003.
"Hamlet" directed by John Bell; Designed by Larry Eastwood; Lighting co design with Larry Eastwood. For the Bell Shakespeare Company. Opened on 4th March at The Playhouse, Sydney Opera House, and then toured to Melbourne, Canberra and regional centres.
Navy exhibition, National Maritime Museum, Australia.
The Rugby World Cup Opening Ceremony in Sydney 10th October 2003. Director of ceremonies, Andrew Walsh; designed by Brian Thompson (associate designer Robert Dein) and lit by lighting designer Mark Hammer. Responsible for allthe Computer Aided Design drawings and calling the followspots on the night. (See CAD section and picture section on this site for more detail)
The 94th Rotary International Congress at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1-4th June. (16,000 international delegates in one of the years biggest conference events
"The Elocution of Benjamin Franklin" The Playhouse, Sydney Opera House, 2002. Designed by Larry Eastwood; Directed by Adam Cook.
(This triple OBIE award winning play wasrecast with John Wood in the lead role and was to be directed again by the extraordinary Richard Wherrett. Sadly due to illness Richard was unable to see itthrough. He gave Adam his blessing and it opened a month after he died.)
"Spinning into Butter", by Rebecca Gilman. Directed by Adam Cook; Set by Wendy Osmond, for the Ensemble Theatre.
"Hamlet" Theatre South, Sydney, 2002. Direction and set design byJohn Senczuk.
"Powder Room" 3rd year BA graduating dance students, University of Western Sydney.
Nissan Z car reveal, Sydney Motor show.
Club Sun One for The Kenwood Group and Adam Charles
Pacific Gaming- exhibition stand/reveal at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre (SCEC)
IBM A/NZ Recognition Event, Beijing, PRC
IBM Software Universe SCEC
IBM Focus 2002 SCEC
PATA 2002 Meeting, New Delhi, India
"Looking Through a Glass Onion", by John Waters and Stewart D'Arrietta. Australian National tour.
IBM A/NZ Recognition Event in Pattaya, Thailand March 2001.
IBM AP Marketing Meeting, Bangkok 14-16 Feb 2001
IBM GCG Recognition Event in Auckland, New Zealand April 2001.
IBM Stand at the SAP Exhibition in Brisbane 2000.
IBM- All Employees satellite conference at the Sydney Town Hall, 9/2/01.
The Australian Finance & Banking Awards
Sun Microsystems conference at the Independent Theatre, North Sydney 30th July- 1st August 2001
The Sunfire launch
The 2001 Westpac Federal Budget Dinner, Darling Harbour
SunMicrosystems e-Biz at the MCA
The Caribbean Tempest, Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens (lighting & set design with Ken Flower)
The Vietnamese Water puppets National Tour- Melbourne, Perth & Adelaide festivals, Arts Project Australia.
Olympic Opening & Closing Ceremonies- for TheElectric Canvas, large format projection, developing highly complex virtual projector to work out keystoning and masking as well as technical work on the actual events.
Impulse Airlines launch (for Peter Milne)
Cable & Wireless Optus Sales extravaganza
Westpac 200 days to go
Banking & Finance Awards
Sun Microsystems I-Force launch
"The Merchant of Venice" national tourfor the Bell Shakespeare Company, dir Richard Wherrett, setMichael Scott-Mitchell.
Toyota National Dealers Conference
Wallabies Victory Dinner
Commonwealth Bank State Awards National tour
AC Nielsen presentation to TV network executives
The Australian Banking and Finance Awards
Adidas World Marketing Meeting
BMW Fashion Launch
Rugby Centennial Test Dinner
"Cafe Brel" with John Waters
"Liberace" The Sydney Theatre Company, dir Richard Wherrett, set & costumes Roger Kirk.
CommonWealth Bank Financial Services meeting and party,Capitol Theatre, Sydney GIO AGM at the Capitol Theatre, Sydney
Sydney Olympic Broadcasting Organisation Meeting
Australian Supermarket Institute Conference & gala dinner
Mitsubishi Road Show
Deloittes annual sales conference
The Golden Stylus Awards
Optus Finance & Banking Awards
Ford Rugby Season Launch
The Electric Canvas- ENTECH stand & various productions
Meeting of The International Olympic Federation
The United Israel Appeal
The Australian Motoring Awards
AMP National Sales Conference
AMP Financial Services Winter Olympic exhibition
Qantas stand at the Travel Show SCEC
AMP Demutualistion tour (14 city tour in 9 days)
Ray Greenshields conference
Australian Quality Awards
Toshiba product launch
ICI Annual conference & Gala dinner
Australian Banking & Finance Awards
AMP Annual General Meeting
The World Print Congress
The Australian Reconciliation Convention (Live to air) for Great Big Events- (winner MIAA Awards for Excellence as Event Of The Year)
The ABARE Conference (Broadcast liveto air over 3 days by the ABC)
"Complaints" by Larry Buttrose, Stables Theatre.
Glass Onion return season, Seymour Centre, Sydney.
The Australian Export Awards
The Australian Direct Marketing Awards
The Australian Quality Awards
Mitsubishi Verada and Triton Launch
The Australian Supermarket Institute Gala Dinner
Peugeot 406 Launch
Westinghouse Freestyle launch
Optus Mobility launch
Toyota National Dealer Conference (Toyota Prado launch)
Mitsubishi Magna launch
McDonalds crew show S.E.C.
Salem launch- SE Asian tour (Lighting management for Ken Flower of Dreamscapes dcd)
The musical "Reunion" by John Waters and Stewart D'Arrietta, National tour.
Nissan Maxima launch (lighting management for Ken Flower of Dreamscapes dcd)
Malcolm Sargeant Charity fashion event at the showgrounds
The Global Cultural Diversity Conference (Liveto air on the ABC)
Coal week exhibition
Insight travel roadshow
Samsung product launch
McDonalds sales conference
Insight Travel roadshow
"Looking Through a Glass Onion", by John Waters. Australian National tour and 3 month season in London's West End.
"The Bastard from the Bush" with Robin Ramsey.
Optus Christmas party
"Looking Through a Glass Onion", by John Waters. Australian National tour.
Farnell Electronic components
Boral Management Training Conference
Perpetual Funds Management National Roadshow- Technical Director
New Idea Magazine
"Fuji Live"(Fuji Films)
"A Slice of Saturday Night" directed by Lex Marinos.
"Looking Through a Glass Onion", by John Waters.
"The Fabulous Singlettes" and national tours.
All the Glenn Shorrock national Cabaret shows and tours (lighting & projection)
"Rome Tremble" Sydney Theatre Company
"The Government Investigator", "Away" and "Operation Holy Mountain" for the Q Theatre.
The Flying Pickets at Belvoir Street Theatre and Kinselas.
"Gyan" album launch.
"Don's Party", directed by Graeme Blundell at the Sydney Opera House.
"DIG" (Directions In Groove)- CD launch
"Lennon- the Musical"; lighting & projection, for the Australian Elizabethan Theatre trust.
"Pell Mell" directed by Geoffrey Rush."Pearls before Swine" directed by Geoffrey Rush.
Westfield National Retail Awards for excellence (lighting & projection)
Microsoft Windows Developers Conference
Hoover Product launch
Ferntree Computer seminar
Spellbound Perfume launch for Estee lauder
Aussat Schools lecture (Vari*lite programmer), Sydney Entertainment Centre
Bicentennial Army Tattoo (Vari*lite programmer)
Premiers Gala Concert (Vari*lite programmer) Sydney Entertainment Centre
Herbal Life Convention (Vari*lite programmer)
The Winter Party (Vari*lite programmer), Hordern Pavilion
Myers Autumn and Winter Fashion collection
Toyota National DealersConference-Landcruiser release
Levi Strauss Convention
Toyota Motor Corporation roadshow
TNT Air couriers conference
Toyota video clip
The Riverside Oaks Golf Club opening
Hermes Fashion House 150th Anniversary celebration
It was also during this period that I was Head Electrician at Kinselas in Sydney. I had autonomy in all aspects of production including production management, stage management, lighting design andoperation, rigging and so on. During this time I had the opportunity of working on the many and diverse shows that often went on to tour nationally. There were many hundreds of shows too numerous to mention at this point.
Exhibitions / Miscellaneous
"An Exhibition of Monumental Abstract Art" by Melinda Brown, bond store #7,Walsh Bay
Kinselas "Space" Discotheque, (architect Geoffrey Gifford)
Coal Week exhibition.
The 1990 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras party.
The 1989 "Sleaze Ball" The Sportspace tour at the Sydney Cricket Ground (Design Associate with Peter Milne)
The All Saints Catholic Church, Liverpool NSW
Dinamatron Automated Dinosaur Exhibition.