EDOX was founded as a collaborative project and we have been privileged to work with numerous talented and inspiring friends. Here is a just a selection of a few colleagues and some of their recent, current, and forthcoming work:
Sarah Anson played Avaritia in EDOX’s performances of Bale’s Three Laws and has regularly appeared among the cast of Elisabeth Dutton’s many projects. A professional actress and playwright, Sarah recently produced Marge & Jules, co-written and jointly performed with Máirín O’Hagan. For details of Sarah’s stage and screen credits, please see here.
Sam Plumb played Idolatria in EDOX’s Three Laws. An accomplished and experienced actor/director, he is also a Wolfson Scholar at UCL and KCL, writing a PhD informed by theatrical practice. He recently directed a cast from The Young Actors Company in John Marston’s very rarely performed Jack Drum’s Entertainment, a production which successfully toured Oxford, Cambridge, and London. An interview about the play can be read here.
Chris Williams provided the music for the performances of Dido, both in Oxford and Fribourg, as well as playing Aeneas. Details of his recent work and projects can be found on his personal website and at http://www.australianmusiccentre.com.au/artist/williams-chris.
A broadcast detailing work produced as the inaugural Creative Arts Fellow at the National Library of Australia is available here.