who we are
Loud Mouth Theatre Company was founded in 2014ish, and has since grown into a strong new voice (#sorrynotsorry for the pun) in the Tasmanian theatre community. We are dedicated to presenting new, collaborative, professional theatre experiences for our audiences, with a particular love for work by emerging and/or female theatre artists.
WHO WE really ARE
We are mostly just three people, but we're also lots of other people, too.
Maeve Mhairi MacGregor
Maeve is currently studying a Masters of Cultural Leadership at the National Institute of Dramatic Art, and holds a Bachelor of Performing Arts (Acting) also from NIDA. She was a finalist at the Tasmanian Young Achiever of the Year awards, 2016, and teaches acting for teens and adults at the Cooper Screen Academy. Her directing credits include The Clinic Of Unhappiness and Negative Therapy for NIDA Independent, A Midsummer Night’s Dream for Directions Productions, Venus in Fur, Seminar, The Merchant of Venice and The Bull, the Moon and the Coronet of Stars for LMTC; assistant director to Aidan Fennessey for Born From Animals for the TTC, to Annette Downs for The Surgeon’s Hands for Blue Cow, and to Sarah Dunn for Red Sky Morning for the State Theatre Company of South Australia; readings of A Rare Specimen by Nathaniel Moncrieff and The Sun and Other Stars by Nicki Bloom for LMTC’s Lost Commissions, and The Thirteenth Mother by Carrie McClean for the Stranger With My Face International Film Festival. Venus in Fur was nominated for three Tasmanian Theatre Awards in 2015, including Best Direction and Best Production, and Seminar was nominated for seven Tasmanian Theatre Awards in 2016, including Best Direction and Best Production, with the cast carrying off the award for Best Ensemble.
Publicity and Marketing Director
Katie graduated from Sydney Theatre School's Diploma of Arts (Acting) in 2008. Her stage credits include Ten Wonderful Years for is theatre ltd., Mate for Company B, As You Like It for Directions Productions, Who's Afraid Of The Working Class and Cosi for Old Nick, Robin Hood for Big Monkey, White Rabbit, Red Rabbit and Smile, Smile, Smile for the Tasmanian Theatre Company (nominated for best supporting actress - Tasmanian Theatre Awards) and most notably as Vanda in Loud Mouth Theatre Company's debut production of Venus in Fur, by David Ives for which she won the Tasmanian Theatre Award for Best Performance – Female, in the professional category. She recently returned to the stage for Loud Mouth in The Bull, the Moon and the Coronet of Stars. Her screen credits include Angel Cake (short) for Rogan Josh Productions, Plans (web series) for Do It Now Productions, and The Calling Hours (short) for SkyMachine. In 2016 Katie was hand picked by Rebecca Gibney to play Jemima Parkmore in Channel Seven's Wanted. She has also had regular roles on the BBC/Foxtel’s The Kettering Incident playing Sandra Hull, and most recently appeared as Dr. Grace Howlett in the ABC comedy series Rosehaven.
Social Media Manager
Ellen is a student at the University of Tasmania studying a bachelor of the arts: majoring in English and minoring in gender studies. She is also a tutor at React Drama School where she has been teaching primary and secondary students since 2012. Her performance credits include The Tempest for Blue Cow Theatre Inc., Sinbad the Sailor, The Nautical Adventures of the Owl and the Pussycat and Alice in Wonderland for Big Monkey Theatre, Hamlet: Heads or Tails for Loud Mouth Theatre Company, As You Like It and A Midsummer Night’s Dream for Directions Theatre Pty Ltd, Jane Eyre, Richard III, Taming of the Shrew, Private Lives, Summer of the Aliens for Hobart Repertory Theatre Society and Falling Petals for PLoT Theatre Society. Ellen has also worked with several local film companies including Roar Film, Wide Angle Tasmania Inc. and Acute Brow Productions. Ellen’s directing credits include Much Ado About Nothing for Directions Theatre Pty Ltd, as well as assistant director to Matt Wilson on Assassins for The Old Nick Company, to Maeve Mhairi Macgregor on The Effect for Loud Mouth Theatre Company. She will shortly begin work in her next role as a director on God of Carnage with the Hobart Repertory Theatre Society as part of their 2017 season.
… is a creative consulting collective of rockin', emerging, mostly female artists and arts workers from across forms and across the state, country and world that we rely on to keep us buzzing, connected, and on our toes. You can keep up with The Hivemind on our blog and across our social media. They are: