DADAA Artists

Evan Gallant Harvey | Edie Serra-Barker | Caleb Barrett | Leila Shrestha | Hugo Flavelle | Mohammed Waheedy | Ashton Mackessy

Circus WA Artists

Dayna Sulaiman | Isaac Campbell | Belle Butler | Harriet Kenworthy | Charlie Schmah | Amelie Bobojcov | Emily Shoesmith
Emily Millen | Jana Crommelin | Lila Campbell | Josh Harvey | Storme McCleod | Arlo Corfield | Hayley Tucker | Isabel Turpin

Kenwick School
Eliza Skinner | Benjamin Brewer  |  Sebastian Caruso  |  Samuel Freeman  |  Mikayla Kennelly  |  Richter Mortensen
Dawn Kunum  |  Harrison Wunderlich


Artistic Director
Sam Fox is a director and writer working across contemporary performance, literary fiction and various forms of collaborative cultural projects. Additional to artistic roles, Sam's approach to collaboration encompasses organising and facilitation within community, educational and activist contexts. Sam is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Western Australia. His creative research project will take the form of a novel. He is also working as the Artistic Director of the 'Experience Collider' project with DADAA Ltd in Fremantle, WA.

Laura Boynes is an independent dance artist, working nationally and internationally as a choreographer, movement director and performer. She has worked as an artist mentor and collaborator at DADAA since 2014.
Nel Simpson specialises in aerial circus, stilts, large scale puppetry and street theatre. She has performed across Australia and internationally in Europe and Asia, both as a solo artist and a company performer. Nel has facilitated circus and puppetry workshops locally, nationally and internationally often leading to performance outcomes.
Roly Skender is a Western Australian audiovisual artist, musician and producer. His work emphasises an interplay between sound and vision, often mixing technology-driven presentation with more traditional art practices including movement/dance, illustration, vocal performance and music.
Bernadette Lewis graduated from WAAPA’s honours program, LINK Dance Company in 2011 and has worked as a freelance dancer and choreographer since that time. She also works in the field of teaching and community engagement, partnering and freelancing with leading organisations such as DADAA, Co3 Australia, TRACKSUIT, Mandurah Performing Arts Centre, STRUT, WAAPA, WAYTCo, WA Ballet, Ausdance WA, FORM and Dance For Parkinson’s.
Tyler Hill’s set and costume design for the Experience Collider Project is testament to his objective to design unique worlds, immersing audiences in art and performance, with a focus on the entirety of visual and experiential creation

Produced by Simone Flavelle for DADAA & Jo Smith for CIRCUS WA