Board and Staff
Edwin Kemp Attrill
Edwin Kemp Attrill is a South Australian theatre maker. He is the founder and Artistic Director of ActNow Theatre and the former Artistic Director of the University of Adelaide Theatre Guild. Edwin’s work focuses on interactive theatre and participatory storytelling, exploring social justice themes. As a community arts practitioner, Edwin works with people with disabilities, prisoners, LGBTIQ communities, young people, refugees and migrants, with organisations including Urban Myth Theatre of Youth, No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability, Tutti Arts, Company @, Flinders University, Vitalstatistix, Feast Festival and NIDA Open. He holds a Diploma in Theatre Arts through Victoria University and a Graduate Certificate in Arts and Community Engagement through Victorian College for the Arts. Edwin was the recipient of the 2013 Channel 9 Young Achievers Award for Career Leadership and 2015 Geoff Crowhurst Memorial Award at the South Australian Ruby Awards.
Online Content Manager
Zoe has developed web applications professionally for over seven years. She is the Flinders Learning Online Coordinator at Flinders University, and has received several awards for her work in the areas of health, education, and staff training. Zoe has a degree in Internet Communications as well as a Diploma in Multimedia, and has a keen interest in interconnected technology and its effects on communities. In her spare time, Zoe enjoys working on experimental projects that challenge what we can do with data, collaboration, and accessibility online.