On 13 January, 2013 the Warrumbungles National Park burned. Fifteen thousand hectares of forest were obliterated in an afternoon. The loss of animal life and habitat was devastating.
Fire gives voice to those silenced by the flames. It rejoices in their lives, honours their passing and urges us to take decisive action before Australia’s flora and fauna are gone forever; a message that has only grown in its relevance.
Directed by Kalika Duck
Set Design by Stephanie Cullingford
Lighting/AV/Props Design by Tess Reuvers
Costume Design by Jay Waugh
Sound Design by Joe Paradise Lui
Assistant Direction by Katharina Brieden
Featuring Matthew Bennett, Tara Binns, Hudson Black, James Chipper, Kalani Chong Sue, Nic Cradock, Aaron Goh, Stella Gray, Jonah Hanikeri, Jasper Hatton, Tara Hewitt, Rex Hogan, Ella Holmes, Hawk Hughes, Matt Jarvis, Rory Knott, Tessa Maher, Tom Mairs, Will Mawson, Jocelyn McLarty, Sam Minchin, Maya Mueller, Madeleine Penglis, Amelie Putland, Harry Ranger, Edward Rawlins, Ben Rippey, Jack Robertson, Olivia Rock, Mia Shapland, Sivan Sharma, Sam Singleton, Tiara Volk and Cameron Wood.
Stage Management: Luke Nixon
Behind the Scenes:
Tom Chatfield, Daniel Clayton, Nicholas Dreyer, Tommy Greensheilds, Joe Hoedemaker