Lisa Hanssens as Spud in the Marvellous Sock Machine

Lisa Hanssens:
Performer

Lisa got into acting late in life after living a little first. She graduated from AFTT in 2016 with an Advanced Diploma in Stage and Screen.

Since then she has been busy going from one play to the next and filming short films in between.

She has just finished a season of Shakespeare with Bard on the Beach playing the Duchess of York/Catesby/Lucetta/Outlaw.

She has a background in circus and loves physical performance.

Robert Gray:
Performer

Robert Gray is an actor and performer who has toured children's theatre productions around Australia and regularly performs in productions for all ages in Sydney

Rob is a very silly man, and an even more silly Sock Clown.

We don't know much about him yet... but when we do get some gossip, we'll spill the beans here.

writer, performer and director, Pixie Willo

Pixie Willo:
Writer, Director / Producer

Pixie is a childrens' storyteller, voice actor, cabaret performer & slam poet who lives in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, Australia.

She is currently finishing a BA in Theatre, Performance & Creative writing at the University of New England.

She enjoys writing short fiction, her own brand of weird poetry, and plays for radio and stage.

She hosts the ‘Off-Beet Poetry Slam’ held bi-monthly in the Blue Mountains, and is a theatre reviewer for 2SER FM in Sydney.

Pixie is also a narrator for Starship Sofa and AntipodeanSF podcasts.

Bryan at first rehearsal April 2018

Bryan Cutts
Executive Producer

Bryan originally trained in classical ballet, moving into physical theatre and comedy in his late teens.

He began producing and directing in 1987, establishing his own production company Dress Circle Productions in 1993, which transformed into Entertainment Blue Mountains in 2011.

Camp Quality believes every Australian child impacted by cancer should have every opportunity to thrive. 

We do this by providing innovative programs and services to develop life skills and strengthen the wellbeing of children ages 0-13 growing up with cancer and their families.

Entertainment Blue Mountains is supporting Camp Quality by sending them a portion of this show’s ticket sales to help support their important work.

$1 from every Single ticket, and $2.50 of each Family ticket will be donated.

Camp Quality Ph: (02) 9876 0500

www.campquality.org.au

Thank you

The Marvellous Sock Machine came into being with the help of many people.We especially thank: Carole Kelly, Victor and Sharon of Gallery ONE88, Skye Evans…

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