Flinders Drama Centre Graduates        

Class of 1978

Wendy Madigan
Wendy Madigan graduated from Flinders University in 1978 with a B.A. in Drama and English. She spent the next two years with the alternative theatre company Troupe in Adleaide, playing leading roles in Mrs Thally F, Precious Moments, The Mother, Offcut Utopia and Bleedin' Butterflies. For the State Theatre Company of Australia Wendy worked on Pygmalion with Dennis Olsen and Philip Quast. From here Wendy moved to Melbourne and had a guest role on The Flying Doctors and worked on several productions at La Mama as an actor and a director.

Geoff Revell
  Geoff has worked with just about every major theatre company in Adelaide. After graduating he worked with Red Shed and Magpie before travelling to Melbourne to perform in Visions, A Midsummer Night's Dream and Too Young For Ghosts for the Melbourne Theatre Company. He worked with Playbox and Church Theatre before heading back to Adelaide to work on some more Red Shed Productions. For the State Theatre Company Geoff has a long list of credits including Julius Caesar, Spring Awakening , The Torrents, Tales from the Arabian Nights, Don's Party, A Hard God, The Taming Of The Shrew, The Dying Gaul, Merchant Of Venice , The Crucible, Noises Off, Life x3, The Female of the Species , Maestro, Three Sisters and The Ham Funeral. Geoff has also worked on productions for Vitalstatistix, Windmill Performing Arts, The Bakehouse, The Malthouse and Flying Penguin Productions. His screen credits include Bad Boy Bubby, Cut, Alexandra's Project, Wolf Creek and Oranges and Sunshine.

Peggy Wallach
  Peggy Wallach has had a career as an international performer and performance artist, working across the entire spectrum of the visual and performing arts, predominantly in interactive performance/based installation and experimental theatre. Wallach constructs large scale environmental site specific interactive installations that foster community inclusiveness, which are made as temporal and ephemeral, her pieces always embodying text. The making is performative and engages audiences, community spaces and the environment directly. The public experiences not only the energy and visual spectacle of the work whilst it is being made but Wallach encourages active participation and a poetic or critical reflection.

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