Cj is an emerging performance maker and general creator of odd things. A multi-disciplined practitioner jumping from performance to visual arts, writing and production on a spattering of community and company theatrical works, Cj has recently shifted her main focus to producing and performing in innovative new work and founded Darwin’s Theatre of the Found Collective - an artist co-op that examines our artistic practice through experimental theatre models with an emphasis on getting art out into the world. Cj creates new, unpolished work to be seen and touched.
Tahlee Fereday is a young actor and comedian in Darwin. She has been involved in performances such as Antigone directed by Brenda Logan performed for International Women’s Day, Beneath The Surface directed by Alyson Evans performed for National Youth Week, and Viral directed by Alyson Evans which toured schools in Darwin to educate students on the harmful effects of social media. In 2013 Tahlee hosted and produced her own radio show called ‘The Breakfast Show with Tahlee’ which aired on Larrakia Radio 6am-9am weekdays. Tahlee is also passionate about stand up comedy and in 2012 competed in Melbourne RAW Comedy Festival and came runner up in the Northern Territory.
Ward Hancock is an emerging artist based in Darwin, Australia. He has played at a number of showcases and large events and has developed a reputation for enchanting vocals, catchy melodies and heart felt lyrics. He is also the lead singer for Rambutan Jam Band.
Angus Robson is a young Darwin-born freelancer who has spent the better part of the last 5 years toiling away in the darker corners of the theatre over lights, sound desks, ladders, prompt copies and has loved every minute of it. He has a passion for creating light and soundscapes that enhance any experience and is always up to challenge himself or try something different in his designs. He has worked with nationally renowned shows including the currently touring “Djuki Mala” as well as sold out local performances from independent theatre groups such as “Creatures of Habit.”
Angus has been performing in productions for around 7 years and is also a founding member of Top End Comedy.
Angus was one of the LAUNCH Youth Events Coordinators in 2013.
Top End Comedy is one of Darwin's premiere amateur comedy groups who work with local comedians, venues and events to provide opportunities for performance and allow audiences to experience stand up comedy with a local flavour.
*We cannot actually promise that but our mums think we're doing pretty well.
Ciella Williams is a local performer and visual artist who has returned to darwin after studying in Melbourne. She has performed with Corrugated Iron Youth Arts, Darwin Theatre Company, Brown's Mart Arts and Tracks Dance, and is creating new work with CJ Fraser Bell's emerging company Theatre of the Found. She is also trying her hand at illustration and poster design.