Flinders Drama Centre Graduates        

Class of 1993

Michaela Coventry
Michaela Coventry comes from a strong dance and arts production background. Michaela is currently the General Manager/Executive Producer of Megafun, a company which provides creative and technical services to theatre, events, exhibitions, public art and interactive multimedia. Prior to this position Michaela worked as Executive Producer of the contemporary dance company Lucy Guerin Inc for seven years. She currently sits on the Arts House Advisory Panel in Melbourne as well as the Playing Australia Panel for the Australia Council. Prior to joining Lucy Guerin Inc her previous work included being the Manager of Stalker and Marrugeku, and the Project Manager at Performance Space in Sydney. Michaela was a board member of Ausdance NSW from 2003 to 2006 and a board member/Chair for Pact Theatre from 2002 to 2006. After graduating with Honours in Drama from Flinders University of South Australia in 1993, she lived in London, England and Kyoto, Japan and worked with the now Brisbane-based physical theatre company Zen Zen Zo on Macbeth and The Cult of Dionysus.

Victoria Hill
  Born to a father who was a senator and a mother who was Australia's president for UNICEF, actress, writer, and producer Victoria Hill learned early on that she could set the bar for her aspirations as high as she wanted. After graduating from Flinders University's Drama Centre, Victoria set up a theatre company in South Australia that later became the prestigious touring company Brink Productions. During this time she performed in and was involved in the production of several touring productions including The Europeans, Uncle Vanya and Ursula. At the same time she also appeared in other local South Australian productions, including - Roberto Zucco, The Misanthrope, Wounds to The Face and The Ecstatic Bible which she co produced and brought to the Adelaide Festival in 2000. Her television credits include Echo Point, Heartbreak High , Cody, All Saints and Crash Palace. Her first acting job in Sydney was with Geoffrey Wright for his episode of the ABC Naked television series, titled The Fallen Women. Then, in 2006 and 2007, Hill's on-camera career took a sudden jolt, as she popped up in BoyTown, Modern Love, December Boys, and Macbeth, a modern retelling of the Shakespearian play, which she also co-wrote and co-produced.

David Mealor
  After graduating David worked extensively with Brink Productions on (Uncle) Vanya, Mojo, The Europeans, The Misanthrope, Roberto Zucco, A Dream Play, Blue Remembered Hills, The Ecstatic Bible, A Lie Of The Mind and The Caretaker. He toured with several Brink shows to the Sydney Theatre Company and Belvoir St Theatre as well as acting in the State Theatre Company's production of Killer Joe. In 2003, David did a period of informal study at Flinders University as a theatre director and in 2004 received a State Government grant to test his directing capacity through working with some professional actors on a script. The following year he directed his first production, Translations under the banner of Flying Penguin Productions. David and Flying Penguins has since gone on to produce The Birthday Party, the Adelaide premiere of Assassins at the Space, True West, Blackbird and The Dark Room.

Bronwyn Schmerl

Finola Stokes
Julia Boros
Jayne Harris
Verity Rice
Frank Roberts
Matthew Young
    Other Graduates - Adrian Furby & Sean Griffiths