Meet our New Associate Director: Sasha Zahra

Windmill Theatre Company is thrilled to announce South Australian director and theatre-maker, Sasha Zahra, as its new Associate Director. Executive Producer, Kaye Weeks says, “As part of the progression of our new four year strategic plan, we created this second artistic leadership role to help us continue to evolve our vision and the theatre we make. “We were…

Honey, I’m Home Book Club

A natural response to upheaval is to set goals. To give yourself structure, something to work towards. Some set about beginning long-ignored DIY projects and renovations, some threw themselves into fitness and others set themselves the goal of reading more. To celebrate the exceptionally bookish new episode of Honey, I’m Home, we had our three…

Honey, I’m Home: Drawing the Body

It’s easy to take animation for granted. It’s one of those things that, unless you work with it every day, seems to just magically happen. As theatre makers who work extensively with animation, even we find ourselves at arms-length throughout the process. We work with people who, through their immense and magical skill, bring our…

Standing in Solidarity

We here at Windmill have been spending time listening and learning. We have the privilege of living and working on Kaurna Land, and creating theatre on the lands of the oldest storytelling culture in the world. As a company that tours locally, nationally and internationally, we’re connected to people in every corner of the community….

Making Lemonade: Introducing Honey, I’m Home

Chris Edser, Jonathon Oxlade and Renate Henschke had a really great idea. We had creatives on the payroll who couldn’t perform or go on tour onstage due to public safety restrictions relating to COVID-19. It was the perfect opportunity for us to Make Lemonade. Made possible by funding support from Arts South Australia’s COVID-19 Arts…

Media Release: Windmill at Home

Windmill Theatre Co is thrilled to announce the arrival of Windmill at Home, a new digital platform that aims to bring a bit of Windmill joy into the homes and schools of audiences around South Australia and beyond. Created in response to the effects of social distancing and isolation, Windmill at Home seeks to engage…

Christine Johnston and the weird and wonderful Baba Yaga

Christine Johnston is known for playing many quirky and wondrous characters. From Madame Lark to Eve Kransky, she has done it all. Her latest creation is in the Windmill Theatre Co and Imaginate co-commissioned show, Baba Yaga as the spooky and mysterious lead inspired by the Russian folktale. Ahead of the Australian Premiere as part of…


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