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Nathan is a set and costume designer and theatre maker for live performance and is currently based in Melbourne. He has worked closely with new styles, forms, and stories, exploring contemporary dramaturgies, audience experiences, and aesthetics.
Nathan’s work includes production designs for Animal Farm (Bloomshed/Darebin Arts Speakeasy); Loaded (Malthouse Theatre);Paradise Lost (Bloomshed/Darebin Arts Speakeasy); Animal Farm (Bloomshed/Platform Arts); Considerable Sexual License (Joel Bray Dance/Darebin Arts Speakeasy); End Of (Darebin Arts Speakeasy 2020, Griffin Theatre 2022); Love/Chamberlain (Theatre Works); Fly (Lyric Opera); Flora the Red Menace (VCA Music Theatre 2019); Q (La Mama Theatre); All That Is Right (Monash Academy of Performing Arts); Sneakyville (Before Shot Productions); things we should talk about (Union House Theatre); AntigoneX (Theatre Works); Never (VCA Theatre 2017); Caucasian Chalk Circle (VCA Theatre 2017); Elegies for Angles, Punks and Raging Queens (Underscore Productions); Ryan (La Mama Theatre); The Outsider (Stork Theatre Company); Antigone (Bloomshed); for Monash Shakespeare Company, Troylus and Cressida and Titus; Softly Pouting While Walking Into Breezes (MUST); The Government Inspector (MUST); Knives in Hens (MUST).
In 2022, Nathan was awarded the Green Room Awards Best Set and Costume Design Paradise Lost.
Nathan was set design secondment to Owen Phillips on Vivid White (MTC) and design associate to Eugyeene Teh on Nightingale And The Rose (Little Ones Theatre). He holds a Bachelor of Performing Arts (2014) from Monash University and Masters of Design for Live Performance (2017) from the Victorian College of the Arts.
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