Fairly Lucid Productions is an independent theatre company run by award winning artists who create and present work with multi faceted approaches to storytelling.
By creating new forms together with emerging and established artists, Fairly Lucid Productions aims to push the boundaries in their story telling, one show at a time.
Ben’s acting credits include MEMBER (Sydney Mardi Gras Arts Festival),The Subtle Art Of Flirting (Tunks Productions), Wind In The Willows (Australian Shakespeare Company), As You Like It (Spark), Raton Laveur (Fairly Lucid Productions), One Last (Summerworks), Scrooge (Stage West Canada) Phaedra’s Love (Controlled Chaos), BJ Fletcher Private Eye (Bee Charmer Productions) and Fat Tony & Co (Screentime Australia).
Ben's first play won 3rd prize in the St Martins Playwriting Competition, his commissioned piece Short Trip part of the Scattergun Project, took out St Martin's Best Play. His follow up, Go, Fish was short listed for Play of the Year in 2005. He has been a guest speaker with the Melbourne Writers Festival, and was a co-writer and dramaturge at Riverland Theatre Company with HOONS, performed at Adelaide Fringe Festival. Ben also teaches acting to students aged 9-20
In addition to being a highly sought after Voice-over Artist for Radio and Television, Wendy has appeared ‘on screen’ in McLeod’s Daughters, Hawke and most recently in Neighbours. In theatre, Wendy is best known for her award winning work with the highly innovative Floogle Theatre Company based in South Australia. She was nominated for an Oscart and received an Horatio Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Ruth in Pinter’s The Homecoming. Wendy’s other theatre credits include Euripides’ Helen, Don’s Party, and Total Strangers for the State Theatre Company of South Australia’s Young Guns project. She has played Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing and Viola in Twelfth Night for the Adelaide University Theatre Guild and Rosalind in As You Like It for Spark Productions. Wendy also portrayed The Dominatrix in the award winning feature film, The Wedding Party.
Upon receiving her diploma of live production, theatre and events in 2011 Georgia Rann has continued to develop creatively within the art of theatre based lighting design & production. Her Australian lighting and stage credits include collaborations with companies such as Stork productions, Fairly Lucid productions (Raton Laveur, The Reckoning, Member), Travis Cotton’s Robots Vs Art, Chamber made opera (The Minotaur trilogy, Turbulence, Opera for a small mammal & Opera therapea) as well as running numerous venues in festivals & fringes nation wide. She is active as a freelance and collaborative designer & creative producer in commissioned public art, botanic instillation and living sculptures. Her interests conscious design as well as repurposing objects & waste unfold in projects such as sustainable building, set design and sculpture. http://www.giorgiastefania.com