Flinders Drama Centre Graduates        

Class of 1991

Steve Adams
Steve Adams is an extensively trained actor who holds amongst many other credentials a BA in drama (performance) from Flinders University, graduating in 1991. Steve has had vast experience in theatre including Kiss of the Spiderwoman and Gallipoli the musical, whilst his film and television credits include Blue Heelers, Strange Fits of Passion, The New Adventures of Black Beauty, Janus, Kath & Kim, Satisfaction, City Homicide, Offspring and Bigger than Tina. Steve also won a Best Actor award for his role in Cabbie of the Year and was nominated for an AFI for his performance in Something In The Air. Steve has also worked for Red Stitch, Playbox, La Mama, Carousel Theatre and performed in the Melbourne Fringe Festival.

Natalie Carr
  Natalie is has worked in Film, T.V and Theatre for 23 years. She has been nominated for a Greenroom award and has won best female actor at both Tropfest for In Your Dreams and for the Short & Sweet Festival at The Arts Centre. Her T.V. credits include Fat Tony & Co, Utopia, The Time of Our Lives, Dangerous Remedy, Twenty Something, Killing Time, Satisfaction , M.D.A, Skithouse, The Secret Life of Us and of course Blue Heelers. Her film credits include Bad Boy Bubby, The Little Woman, In Your Dreams,Johnny Ghost and Little Deaths. Natalie also plays Sergeant Roxanne Finch at The Old Melbourne Gaol. She is an ex-Australian Ballroom Dancing Champion and has been teaching singing for the past 7 years.

Georgie Davill
  Georgie has 20 years experience in the arts and cultural industries, specifically theatre and performance, arts administration and management, youth arts, disability arts, community cultural development, international residencies, facilitation and training, coaching and mentoring and strategic planning. Prior to her current position with Carclew, Georgie was Training and Development Manager at Community Arts Networks SA and maintained a freelance theatre facilitation practice. She holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honors (Drama and Spanish), Graduate Diploma in Community Cultural Development: Community Based Arts Practice and Certificate IV in Workplace Assessment and Training. Georgie undertook an Asialink Arts Management Residency in Thailand in 2008 with the Makhampom Foundation. She is former national Board member for Young People and the Arts Australia, and Deputy Chair of Ausdance SA board and Chair for Arts SA Community Arts (Organisations) assessment panel.
Cate Madill
  Dr Madill originally trained as an actor at Flinders University of South Australia during which time she discovered the work of Jo Estill and Voicecraft™, an approach to voice training that focuses on empowering the individual to maximise their voice through knowledge and skill. She pursued this approach over the next 10 years and is comprehensively trained in use of the techniques. Working as a voice coach in Sydney fueled her interest in vocal function and disorder, leading to completion of a Speech pathology degree in 1998, with honours and the University medal for her research into describing vocal function. She then worked in aged care rehabilitation services and in a specialist voice practice for the next 5 years. She has worked as a part-time lecturer in Voice in both Speech Pathology and Acting degrees whilst completing her PhD in voice quality and personality attribution research.

Paul Simpson

Chris Strickland

Tarnya Van Driel
Consuelo Torrealba
Stephanie Cooper (d)
Oliver Dickson
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