Annette Rowlison

Annette is an Australian theatre practitioner who has worked extensively both in Australia and the UK in all aspects of theatre and has based herself in London for the past 8 years. She has a BA in Theatre from Theatre Nepean in Sydney. Directing credits include: I May Fly (Felicity Jurd Productions, Camden Theatre London 2007), Talk (Short and Sweet, Sydney, 2006), Aesop’s Fables (Mixed Company for the Railway Street Theatre Co season 2003), The Sum of Us (Mixed Company, Q Theatre, Sydney 1999).

Producer/Director credits include: Slow and Steady Wins the Race for her own company, Tandem Productions (for Luna Park, Sydney, 2006), Aladdin/Cinderella NSW Club Circuit (JAMPAC Productions, 1996/2000) and Gemma’s Jenolan Caves Adventure, a self devised children’s theatre tour through Jenolan Caves NSW for her own Company Wik Wak Productions (for Jenolan Caves Trust, 1998/1999).

Annette has freelanced in Stage Management and as a Theatre Technician in a number of shows in the West End and touring the UK, including: My Fair Lady, Phantom of the Opera and Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat (The Really Useful Group), Snow White and Seven Dwarfs, Dick Whittington, Peter Pan and Zipp! The Musical (Qdos Entertainment) Footloose (Cameron MacIntosh), Gilgamesh (Belgrade Theatre/Classworks Theatre Co) and more recently as Deputy Stage Manager on Horrible Histories - Tudors and Victorians, Horrible Histories - Egyptians and Romans and Why the Whales Came (Birmingham Stage Company) and Calendar Girls (David Pugh Ltd).

In wardrobe/ Annette’s credits include The Witches - prosthetics/wardrobe (Ambassador Theatre Company), The Lounge Killer - prosthetics (short film by Paul Sztelma), Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat (Kenwright Productions), Starlight Express (David Ian Productions) and Lord of the Rings (Kevin Wallace & Saul Zaentz).

Annette has also worked as an actor for various theatre companies and in television.