Performed and written by Marg Dobson, Picture Her returns to the Ballarat International Foto Biennale as a full-length theatre show featuring Australian women photographers and one of Ballarat’s first, Daisy Harriett Llewelyn.
A fun-filled escapade of mystery and surprise, we invite you to join in the search for Ms Daisy and be captivated by Dobson’s innovative storytelling, featuring projections, music and song. Marg Dobson and Director, Glynis Angell bring a lifetime of skill and experience in their crafting of this theatrical gem, featuring a film noir flavour and a comic Detective in this true Ballarat story.
Marg Dobson, Writer and Performer
Marg’s experience in theatre, cabaret and street theatre at Arts Festivals and Fringe Festivals often includes mixing genres of live performance to make assessable and interactive adventures for audiences. From community and environmental theatre, The Teabags Marching Band, solo shows in Fringe Festivals, to cabaret with The Romanoffs and projects in Ballarat like the Women of the Goldfields performed in 2014. Her writing and performing work is often inspired by researching to uncover ‘untold stories’ and using comedy and music to bring those stories to life, acknowledging the unacknowledged.
Glynis Angell, Director for Picture Her 2021
Maude Davey, Development and Direction 2019-2021
Maude Davey has been making work in and out of Melbourne for more than thirty years. She trained at VCA and works in films, television and on stage as performer, writer and director. Her contemporary variety show Retro Futurismus, created with Anni Davey, Gabi Barton, Anna Lumb and Teresa Blake has toured to Sydney, Darwin, Western Australia and Brisbane and was nominated for 5 Green Room Awards in 2016. Maude Davey was a core member of The Burlesque Hour/Glory Box ensemble for Finucane & Smith from 2004 until 2013, when she ‘retired’ her Burlesque acts with her acclaimed autobiographical retrospective, My Life In the Nude (nominated for a Green Room Award: Best Actor). She has a Masters in Writing for Performance from VCA.
George Williams, Sound Design
George Williams is a writer, composer, choir leader and community arts facilitator and plays with the band The Winter Berries. She is currently working on the hundred year history of the Ballarat Memorial Concert Band for their 2020 centenary, facilitating song-writing workshops for Wild at Heart Community Arts and recording the Winter Berries’ debut album, Making Origami in a Hurricane.
Michelle Dunn, Filmmaker
- Friday 7 January, 5pm
January 7, 2022
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
- Saturday 8 January, 5pm
January 8, 2022
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm