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Talia Rowley is an award-winning actor, voice-over artist and writer.


Under her belt, Talia has a Bachelor of Arts in Film and Screen from Brisbane’s Griffith University, a Diploma of Screen Acting from Sydney's leading Film and Television School, Screenwise, and has additionally spent time studying the craft of writing at the University of Melbourne. 


Her passion for performance and scriptwriting found its way into the classroom when she became an acting teacher for the then Australian School of Performing Arts, Film and Television (ASPAFTV). 


Throughout the duration of her time at ASPAFTV, Talia wrote hundreds of scripts for young people to utilise in the classroom, on screen and on stage. This included 18 original stage productions, both written and directed by Talia, a number of which debuted at the renowned Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Brisbane.


Her writing credits also extend to the Dear John Film and Theatre Company’s independent feature-length film PERFECT, IMPERFECT (2017) and the short film SCREAMING SILENCE (2014).


​Talia was excited to have more recently written and directed a travelling theatre piece for kids, performed throughout Myer Sydney City as part of their entertainment and events program. The performance was a first for the department store, and delighted both children and parents alike. 

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Sarah Furnari is a Sydney-based actor, performer and writer with a love of storytelling.


Sarah founded independent company Short Poppy Theatre in 2015 and was co-writer and producer of their sold-out show Not at the Dinner Table. She has continued writing for theatre and screen, and has been commissioned by several schools across Sydney to write works that showcased the talents of their young performers.

As an actor, Sarah has worked in theatre, film, television and musical theatre. She has also toured Australia extensively in educational theatre, delivering programs designed to empower young people in low socioeconomic communities.


Sarah holds a Bachelor of Creative Arts (Performance) from the University of Wollongong, where she was awarded the faculty’s Creative Arts Scholarship. Sarah has been mentored by some of Australia’s leading acting coaches, and continues to train with the Anthony Meindl Actor Workshop.


With over 10 years of teaching experience in Sydney and the USA, Sarah is also a sought-after acting coach, musical theatre teacher, and choreographer. She has a strong vision for her students: “My vision for my students is that they grow into courageous, authentic storytellers with open hearts, empathy for others, and a tonne of creative flair. I want them to know that by taking ownership of their own story, young people can make their voices heard – little by little, creative artists have the power to shape their future and change our world.”


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Erik is a Sydney-based Screenwriter specializing in genre work with both independent and professional experience as a Producer / Production Manager.


Erik has developed and produced a considerable number of his own original work, most notably being the ambitious web-based horror series, THE WITNESS ARTICLES. And has since been involved in professional productions for various clients and studios.


Erik is a committed creative writer with a flair for high concept, gaining numerous screenwriting credits in his body of work and several degrees under his belt, including a Bachelor and Master of Arts from the Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS) .


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