Staff

Our Staff

Fleur Brett

Fleur has been the bookkeeper and accounts manager for Polyglot since February 2009. She came to the company with over 20 years’ experience as......

Sophie Overett

With a love of storytelling in all its forms, Sophie is inspired by Polyglot every day, not just by the work the company produces,......

Freya McGrath

Freya is an early career producer and performance maker working across theatre, dance, and film. She is most interested in participatory movement work that......

Erica Heller-Wagner

An extroverted over-communicator who is passionate about collaboration and community, Erica feels lucky every single day to work at Polyglot. She graduated from Charles......

Lexie Wood

Lexie has over 20 years’ experience working in mainstream and independent theatre productions, festivals, and events. In 2016, she graduated from Deakin University with......

Rainbow Sweeny

Rainbow has worked in the performing arts and cultural sector for over 20 years. Her role at Polyglot is broad and varied, encompassing the......

Emily-Tomlins

Emily Tomlins

Emily is co-founder and co-artistic director of the award winning independent theatre company Elbow Room. She has worked as an actor, creator, collaborator and......

Katherine Fyffe

Kath finds immense joy in leading the team at Polyglot alongside Sue. After three years as Polyglot’s General Manager, she was honoured to take......

Lucy Day

Lucy is an experienced arts administrator and producer, having worked previously at Melbourne Fringe, Melbourne Festival, Arts Centre Melbourne and Dark Mofo, along with......

Baby photo - Kate Prinsley

Kate Prinsley

Kate loves the excitement, imagination and insight that experiencing theatre brings, not just to young people, but for all! Whilst she is neither a......

Sue Giles AM

Sue has worked as the Artistic Director since 2000, and her life changed when she walked through the Polyglot door on a cold winter’s......

Acknowledgment of country

Polyglot acknowledges that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live and create, and we pay our respects to Elders past and present. For more than 65,000 years, children and families have created and played here, and we are grateful to make our art on this country too.