Michelle St Anne
Artistic Director & CEO
Michelle is the Artistic Director and founder of The Living Room Theatre where she has produced, created, and performed in over 20 theatrical works in two decades. She identifies herself as a theatrical visual artist as her palette lies in the corridor of several artforms and delights in collaborations across genre, disciplines, and industry.
Given her obsession with beauty and suffering her work has found its home in both traditional venues and in places perceived as hurt and abandoned. These landscapes give voice to those considered less in our society.
Her body of work has developed a rehearsal methodology ‘Composing Self’ inspired by many – Cicely Berry, Konstantin Stanislavski, Butch Morris, John Zorn, Jenny Kemp, Tanya Gerstle and Steve Reich. Based on compositional frameworks for music, St Anne has found a group of artists in Europe whose work is created using similar structures.
She is a graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts 2003, Actors’ Centre Australia and the University of New South Wales.
In her spare time, she is the Deputy Director of the Sydney Environment Institute at the University of Sydney and an Honorary Associate in the Department of Theatre and Performance Studies, University of Sydney.
- I just wanted to be alone with her
- the foul of the air
- Lola stayed too long
- A Requiem for Anastasia
- Black Crows Invaded Our Country
- They Come for Them at Night
- I Love Todd Sampson (redux)
- She [Still] Cries at Night
- They Come for Them at Night .05
- She Only Barks at Night
- She Only Cries at Night
- I Love Todd Sampson
- Man 40 seeks Woman with Good Legs
- A Little Room
- The Intimacies of Women
- Billie – a girl, a swing and underpants