Company of Rogues is thrilled to announce that Bradford Elmore’s debut play Gravity has been shortlisted for the 2020 Queer Playwriting Award.
Company of Rogues announces the departure of our Artistic Director, Goldele Rayment, who founded the company solo in 2015.
When I first established Company of Rogues in 2015 it was a platform for myself as a director in Sydney after relocating from Melbourne and a hiatus of a number of years during a period of ill health. I hoped that I could build something that would be sustainable and lasting for myself and thoseContinue reading “Farewell Statement from Rogues Artistic Director Goldele Rayment”
These amazing images of our latest production, Boy Out of the Country, are thanks to the very talented Noni Carroll.
Company of Rogues’ Boy Out of the Country – a fast, funny and smartly observant story about family, property, and the progress of life – returns for a premiere Sydney season at the Bondi Pavilion Theatre in 2019.
He makes us sit up, take notice and get inspired to do things we never thought we could, and if you haven’t seen him perform you are in for a twisted treat. Meet Curly Fries…
The Rogues are practically beside themselves with cabaret glee – our line up of artists for Bedlam Cabaret Mardi Gras is one of our best ever. So we’re asking 5 little questions to get to know them better, starting with the one and only Ben Noir! Who is Ben Noir and what is that youContinue reading “Meet The Bedlam Artists: Ben Noir”
Showing directors a new script can be humiliating and dangerous, like running naked through traffic. All your bits are in full view but you’re probably just a distraction. And if a director decides your play isn’t terrible and they want to direct it, they’ll probably kill it with bad casting. Goldele liked Morgan Stern butContinue reading “Journey to Edinburgh 3 – Gina Schien”
When I began a Masters of Arts Management at the Sydney Opera House almost 2 years ago I did so hoping that the study would lead me to new opportunities to work with creative people and their projects. It was there that I got to know Goldele Rayment. At the time I honestly hadn’t thoughtContinue reading “Journey to Edinburgh 2 – Robbi James”
When Graeme and I started rehearsing Morgan Stern we always knew we wanted to take this show further than just a 2 week season in a tiny, make-shift ‘indie’ space. In fact, we kept saying to each other “this is a preview season”. At that stage the plan in my head was to spend 2018Continue reading “Journey to Edinburgh 1 – Goldele Rayment”