Flinders Drama Centre Graduates        

Class of 1995

Michaela Cantwell
Michaela has been actively involved in film, television and theatre. Some of her film and television credits include Innocence, directed by Paul Cox, Driven directed by Susan Miller and McLeod's Daughters, Rain Shadow as well as various television commercials and two series as the presenter for Off the Vine. Her involvement with theatre, in particular Brink Productions of which she is a founding member and board member has been extensive. She has also worked other companies including Red Shed, Playbox Theatre Company, Vitalstatistix and State Theatre Company of South Australia. Some of her major performances include The Ecstatic Bible, directed by Howard Barker and Tim Maddock, (Uncle) Vanya also directed by Tim Maddock, Sweet Road directed by Aubrey Mellor, Third World Blues directed by Catherine Fitzgerald, Killer Joe directed by Hannah Macdougall, 4.48 Psychosis directed by Geordie Brookman, Drums in the Night directed by Chris Drummond, Translations directed by David Mealor and Noises Off directed by Adam Cook. She has also been involved in play readings and developmental works such as, The Rope Project and This Uncharted Hour for Brink Productions, The National Playwrights Conference, "84" for 4 Bux progressive Art and a rehearsed reading, directed by Tony Ayres, of the screenplay Cut Snake, written by Blake Ayshford (Adelaide Int. Film Festival).

Richard Kelly
  Richard Kelly graduated from the Flinders University Drama Centre where he appeared in various productions, among them Patrick White's Netherwood, the musical Gypsy and Unidentified Human Remains and The True Nature of Love. As part of his tertiary studies, Richard performed in Station 1: Body of Sin with the Red Shed Theatre Company for the 1994 Adelaide Festival Fringe and the production of Desert. Richard is currently a producer for the ABC on Dirty Laundry Live. He has also been a producer on the series Head First, Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell , production co-ordinator for the ABC comedy series Outland, series co-ordinator for John Safran's Race Relations and script co-ordinator for ToughLove with Mick Molloy and Robyn Butler.

John Molloy
  John graduated from the Flinders University Drama Centre in 1994. He worked in South Australian theatre until the year 2000 as and actor and producer, most notably as one of the Founding Members and first General Manager of Brink Productions. In this role he collaborated with The Adelaide International Arts Festival, State Theatre of South Australia, Sydney Theatre Company, Belvoir St. Theatre and the Australian Dance Theatre. John is now a Producer at Molloy Boy Productions an independent production company that produces film, television and radio for the Australian market. In film he has worked on the films Crackerjack, Bad Eggs and BoyTown. He also worked as a Consulting Producer on the Indian feature films Main Aurr Mrs Khanna in Australia and Love Aaj Kal in the United States. In television he has worked on The Nation, Love is a Four Letter Word and The Mick Molloy Show. In 2009 John was Series Producer of John Safran's Race Relations for Princess Pictures and the ABC. His love affair with India continues through his enthusiasm as the Festival Co- Director of the Indian Film Festival - Bollywood and Beyond and Mind Blowing Films.

Kylie Mitton
  During her time in the course Kylie performed in a range of productions including Gavin Strawhan's The Floating Palais, Brad Fraser's Unidentified Human Remains and The True Nature of Love and in her graduation performance Kylie played Mog in Patrick White's Netherwood. She also peformed at the Matthew Flinders Theatre in the Flinders Drama Centre musical production of Gypsy. Kylie's debut in professional theatre was in Red Shed's production of Desert. She also performed for Red Shed in Nick Enright's A Property of the Clan.
Melanie Brunt
Emma Harper
Ingrid Pennington
Taras Majba
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