the artists

Rite of Spring

At the heart of Second Echo is the ensemble of artists who make and perform the work. Some live with disabilities and some do not. Our work is not simply about access or equality. We are about new ways of thinking and creating. Formed in 2005 the company has premiered twelve major works, toured in Australia and internationally and is a leading creative force in the development of a narrative that speaks to the rich diversity of Tasmania. 

the ensemble

Winter

Luke John Campbell

Aidan Chick

Alma Faludi  

Bryony Geeves

David Montgomery  

Alex Morris-Baguley  

Elise Romaszko 

Charlie Smith  

William Webster

Bella Young

the provocateurs

Michael Fortescue

Choreography + Directing: Kelly Drummond Cawthon + Sue Hayes

Music:   Matthew Fargher + Michael Fortescue

Design: Roz Wren , Mark Hurry+ Garth Knight

Film + Photography: Sandi Sissel

the team

the crew

Artistic Director: Kelly Drummond Cawthon 

Production Manager: Sam Cole

Marketing + Communications: Rosie Voglino

Founding Director: Finegan  Kruckemeyer 

Producing Partner: Tasmanian Theatre Company

the board

Chair: Sue Hayes

Vice Chair: Peta Heffernan

Secretary & Public Officer: Carolyn Coates

Treasurer:  Taryn Townsend

General Members: Rosie Voglino, Luke John Campbell, Adelaide Wood

our supporters

Second Echo productions are made possible by generous support from the Alcorso Foundation, Arts Tasmania, SEE crowdfunding supporters,  Anne Schluter,  MONA, Hobart City Council, Moonah Arts Centre, kdcWORKS,  Grand Chancellor Townsville, Kickstart Arts,  Creative Partnerships Australia MATCH,  Sidney Myer Fund’s Capacity Building and Sector Strengthening program, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Tasmanian Theatre Company, Tasmanian Regional Arts, and Tasmania Performs. Previous supporters have included Rosny College, Tasmanian Community Fund, Ogilvie High School, Salamanca Arts Centre, ANZ, Allport Bequest, Mystate, Coca Cola, Ian Potter Foundation and the Woodend Trust.  


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2019 Annual General Meeting

Read the Chair's Report from our recent Annual General Meeting.