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David Woods 

David Woods is an acclaimed director, playwright and actor who immigrated to Australia from the UK in 2004.

His body of work for Ridiculusmus Theatre Company includes The Eradication Of Schizophrenia in Western Lapland, Say Nothing and Ideas Men. His two-hander
adaptation of The Importance Of Being Earnest continues to play to packed audiences internationally with “remount” productions in 2015 in London, Helsinki and Manchester.

David’s collaboration with Geelong’s Back to Back Theatre, Ganesh Versus the Third Reich, continues to tour globally for years after its premiere at Melbourne Festival in 2011.

David has collaborated with Sydney artist James Brennan on The Chat, a world premiere for La Boite Theatre in Brisbane and is co-writing a Malthouse Theatre commissioned work, A Social Service, with award-winning performance artist Nicola Gunn.

David has had residencies with the National Theatre Studio, Royal Court Theatre and the Tyrone Guthrie Centre in Ireland and is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Victorian College of The Arts in Melbourne. He has been commissioned by Glasgow Mayfest, The Galway Festival, the Barbican Centre in London, Sick! Festival, The Malthouse Theatre, School of Life Melbourne, the Melbourne Theatre Company and ArtsHouse Melbourne.

David has received many awards and nominations for his work. Yes, Yes Yes won a Time Out Live Award, a Herald Angel, Total Theatre Award and was nominated for the Barry Award and the Granada Media Comedy Writing Award.

The Exhibitionist and The Eradication Of Schizophrenia in Western Lapland both won Total Theatre Awards.

As Dale Collins

The disheartened news producer of The Breakfast Bar, Dale dreams of leading with news from wartorn Syria but knows it is not going to happen. He really likes Lily and thinks she is the only one with any brains in the whole place.

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