ROMAN BERRY

DIRECTOR MOVEMENT THEATRE MAKER

Theatre dance rehearsals with Director Roman Berry and Illegals The Game Show Cast members.

As a creative, an immigrant & arts advocate, I acknowledge that I create, collaborate and work on what always was and always will be the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. I pay my respects to Elders past, present and emerging and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the wider Melbourne community and beyond. I recognise their unique cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, waters and seas and their rich contribution to society.. Indigenous sovereignty has never been ceded.

"Never fear in telling your truth, be proud of your stories, have fun and learn from the process AND collaborate, collaborate & collaborate"

Roman Berry, Filipino Australian (He/ Him)

Roman Berry is a Theatre Director from Melbourne
Biography

Born from Cebu City, Philippines, Roman migrated with his family to Ceduna, South Australia, where he discovered his love for community theatre and the arts. He trained at Flinders University Drama Centre (Acting) and Centre For Performing Arts (Dance). Performance career highlights include Cameron Mackintosh’s Australian Premiere of Miss Saigon; Harry Miller’s Pageant: The Musical. He was the Artistic Director II Commonwealth Youth Games Opening & Closing Ceremony (Australia) and created/ facilitated & conceptualised Body and Mind, Wellness Workshops (The Voice of Domestic Workers UK). 

He recently returned to Melbourne, after ten years in London, where he collaborated as Director/ Movement Director on several Off West End and Fringe Theatre productions, focusing on New Plays & New Musicals. These were with companies such as Get Over It Productions, The Bread & Roses Theatre, Goldsmiths University, The Hope Theatre, The Jack Studio Theatre, Arrows & Traps Theatre Company, just to name a few. He was also an Artistic Associate and later promoted as Marketing and Production Manager at The Bread & Roses Theatre, London.

He directed Lorna Wells’ sold out season of It Tastes Like Home, The Musical (London). Whilst back in Melbourne, he directed Jamila Main’s Butterfly Kicks for 2019 Queer Quickies Festival at Theatreworks (Melbourne); Creative Advisor for Narre Warren South P12 College's 2019 production of Hairspray The Musical; Workshopped a development reading of DTC’s Illegals The Game Show at Multicultural Arts Victoria and directed Electric Dreams The Musical by Drew Lane, produced by Music Theatre Melbourne.

He is the Artistic Director for Divergent Theatre Collective, which champions new work.

AFFILIATIONS

Director | Movement Director | Choreographer | Facilitator | Adviser | Performer

Please Say Hello

Media Articles

Be Social

Powered by Zyro.com