Midnight Feast innovatively collaborates with Australian and international artists with and without a disability. Industry professionals work alongside personal care support staff enabling all artists access to professional training across all stages of professional development.

Midnight Feast consists of company members working alongside contracted artists and guest practitioners. We have a professional stream and an inclusive stream enabling access to creative expression for all.


King of the Feast – Actor / Coach / Writer – Midnight Feast Ambassador

As a WAAPA graduate Warwick's extensive theatre credits include Dead Man Brake (STC) and Wind and the Willows (Australian Shakespeare Company), Television credits include Home & Away, Devil's Dust, Packed to the Rafters and The Pacific (US). For the past ten years Warwick has also written and performed in his own plays and musicals which have toured around Australia and the UK. 


Actor / Comedian

Jude Bowler is best known for her incisive character-comedy in kooky cabaret/theatre circles, including her various solo shows as well as part of underground comedy collective SIX QUICK CHICKS. A performer/writer for 25 years, Jude’s history ranges from showgirl to drama, radio to physical theatre. Working locally and abroad, Jude has enjoyed successful collaborations on indigenous projects, touring internationally with French street theatre/puppetry company Plasticiens Volants along with numerous other independent productions both for stage and screen.


Georgia joined her first theatre company directed by Kylie Harris, in 2012. Georgia followed Kylie,  at the birth of  Midnight Feast, in 2016. Georgia performed with the Australian Institute of Performing Arts for 4 years and is currently in a singing group which performs at Festivals around Sydney. She recently filmed an online commercial regarding inclusion of people with disabilities for the hospitality industry. Georgia is a talented comedian with strong skills in improvisational acting. Georgia has an internship with Fighting Chance and is also a member on the Dance to the Nines Working Committee. Her current interests are in costume designing. The costume you see tonight was designed by Georgia.


Actor / Writer

Emily Dash is an emerging writer and performer. Selected credits include CONNECT for Red Door Arts and Ever After Theatre (2016), and Water Angel for Can You See Me? Theatre (2016) for which she was also assistant producer.  She has worked on the Australian Chamber Orchestra’s ACO Move program since 2015.  Her film credits include Johanna Garvin’s The Milky Pop Kid (Highly Commended for Writing, Sydney Film Festival 2017), The Cards I’m Dealt with Can You See Me? Theatre (shortlisted for Tropfest 2016) and I Am Not A Work Of Art (extract exhibited at 2015 Adelaide Film Festival).  She curated the PACT Salon 2: Skeletons and Self-Portraits exhibition at PACT centre for emerging artists (2017).



Mark is an enigmatic Cirlesque performer and puppeteer with dark and mysterious characters to captivate the imagination and tantalise your senses. With a background in musical theatre, Defy's shows are more than just a simple spot, but a story brought to life.

As a writer and producer, Defy has produced a number of Burlesque shows as well as the musical Piper which he wrote. A true teller of tales.


Actor / Musician / Facilitator

Nicholas is an actor, theatre-maker, mover and musician. His recent theatre credits include Wind in The Willows with the Australian Shakespeare Company, and Hedonism’s Second Album for which he was nominated a Matilda award. In August he will play Kostya in the QTC’s The Seagull.



Oliver performed with Can You See Me? Theatre in Water Angel, 2016 at The Sydney Opera House. Oliver has performed in previous productions with Once Upon a Time Theatre. He performs his own stunts!



Rob has performed with Midnight Feast Theatre in Water Angel, 2016 and Chrysalis, 2018 at the Sydney Opera House. Before joining Midnight Feast Theatre he performed with Can You See Me? Theatre Company in Circumspecto, 2012, Nightbook, 2013, and the waiting room, 2015 at the Sydney Opera House. He also performed in and they flew, 2012 and street life, 2013 at the Chatswood Concourse Theatre for International Day of People with Disability. 



Paul performed with Midnight Feast Theatre in Chrysalis, 2017 at The Sydney Opera House. He also performed with Can You See Me? Theatre in Water Angel, 2016 at The Sydney Opera House. Paul has performed in previous productions with Once Upon a Time Theatre. He is also a writer and radio presenter.



Glenn performed in Waiting Room, 2015, Circumspecto at the Sydney Opera House in 2012 and and they flew at the Concourse Theatre Chatswood for International Day of People with Disability, 2012. Glenn also starred in Nightbook at the Sydney Opera House in 2013 and performed in both our Chatswood Mall Street theatre Flashmobs in 2013 and 2014 and street life at the Chatswood Concourse Theatre.

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