Meg and her husband, Paul, moved to Creswick in 2003 and immediately looked for a way to meet the locals and become involved in the community.
Not having any background in theatre, it was sheer coincidence that a CTC meeting was advertised that week and Meg went along to see what was involved. She came away as Secretary and went on to spend most of the next 14 years as either Secretary or President.
Always told she had “More front than Myers” she fell into acting with aplomb, playing Gran in the Carol B Cole production – Bowl ‘Em Over in 2004. She has since had acting roles in 10 productions, directed two and stage-managed too many to remember.
Kerith has wide experience in acting and directing. Amongst her many theatrical achievements she has appeared in David Williamson’s The Perfectionist, Ballarat National Theatre’s Who Remembers the Great War?.
So far, she has two directing credits to her name at the CTC: Three One Act Plays, by Ballarat playwright, Greg Roberts, in 2016 and Sex Please We’re Sixty in 2017. Watch this space for her next production in 2018.
Having come from a long line of vaudeville and circus performers, Tracey Sleet has the ‘grease paint’ well and truly running through her veins. She has performed for many theatre, cabaret, television and movie mediums and loves the thrill of live theatre.
Tracey joined Creswick Theatre Company in 2015 as Secretary and has performed on stage, managed back stage and debuted as a director since then.
Tracey strives to bring great theatre to her beloved town and the wider region.
Carolyn’s theatrical experience is limited to the enjoyment of watching live theatre both as a child and an adult. Given her background Carolyn was approached to fill the role of Treasurer and thought, “How hard can it be?” The fact that her husband Steve was already on the committee most likely sealed the deal.
Carolyn has a background in customer service and accounts and currently works in a financial environment. She commenced as Treasurer in 2016 and is in her second term.