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ABOUT CREATIVE COLLABORATIONS
TOURING SHOWS FOR SCHOOLS
DRAMA IN CLAREMONT
ABOUT CREATIVE COLLABORATIONS
Creative Collaborations is a Perth-based arts company committed to high impact, thought provoking theatre.
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Creative Collaborations was established in 2007 by Tiffany Barton.
is a playwright, actress, producer and storyteller. Her shows
all played to sold out houses at the Perth Fringe in 2012, 2013 and 2014.
won the West Australian Arts Editor's Award for best WA production and was nominated for the Artrage Theatre Award;
was also nominated for a Best Theatre Award. Her play
Run Kitty Run,
(Commissioned by Barking Gecko Theatre Company)
was nominated for a Best New Play award in 2008 (Perth Equity Guild). She has written commissions for the WA Maritime Museum, Barking Gecko, Rio Tinto, Woodside Mining, The Michael Leslie Foundation and many schools in the Perth metropolitan area.
played the New York Fringe Festival in 2013 to critical acclaim. She has also been published in Best Australian Stories 2004, Cosmopolitan, Sitelines, Emerge and Thirst. Tiffany's one woman shows
The Lucky Country
have toured to over 100 schools in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and Adelaide. She has toured extensively throughout the
teaching drama and conducting collaborative script writing workshops in remote communities.
Tiffany has also taught theatre and writing workshops for Barking Gecko Theatre Company and Creative Collaborations.
Tiffany Barton’s acting credits include Mrs Farley in
(HIVE), Eve in
(Creative Collaborations), the female lead in
(The Blue Room), Tamora in
(HIVE – nominated Best Actress by the Perth Equity Guild),
Death of a Salesman
(Hole in the Wall Theatre Company) Hermia in
A Midsummer Nights Dream
(Rattling Tongues, Sydney),
The Simple Truth
(The Blue Room),
Sexual Perversity in Chicago
(The Rocks Theatre, Sydney),
(The New Theatre Sydney),
(The Pilgrim Theatre Sydney),
Year Nine are Animals
(Troubadour Theatre Company) and
, a one woman show she wrote and performed
for the Fremantle Maritime Museum. Film and TV credits include
Australia’s Most Wanted.
ed Creative Collaborations in 2008 and has co-authored and produced four very funny shows. Please click the 'Touring Shows' link on the left to see previews of
Suitcase Stories, The Lucky Country, The Big Book Sh
. Mick trained at St Martin's Art School in London and has designed for London’s National Theatre, The Theatre Royal Stratford East and for the Olivier Award-winning West End musical
Return to the Forbidden Planet.
He wrote and produced the sell-out
Cinderella- It’s a Panto Jim, But Not As We Know It
in 2009 and has had a number of short stories published. Well three then. He continues to hawk the manuscripts of two novels,
The Life of Riley
around a world not yet equipped to recognise his genius. Mick claims to have 'worked' with the likes of Garry Oldman, Mike Leigh, Norman Wisdom, Kenneth Branagh, Iron Maiden and poet Roger McGough but then he did do a lot of minicabbing until Tiffany dragged his sorry backside out of the gutter. He also taught art in London schools for 25 years.
Mick runs our Drawing Workshops for schools as well as our Comics, Cartoons and Caricatures workshops in libraries. He was Artist in Residence at schools in the London boroughs of Islington and Waltham Forest and has provided colourful entertainment all over the world with his five-minute party portraits for clients including Disney and the royal family (though we doubt she was amused). MIck is 109.
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