Richard Whitehouse Multi-talented Man

Richard is a multi-talented artist working in the fields of dance, theatre and the visual arts both as a freelance creative or in management positions within various arts organizations. His credits include technical manager, production manager, head mechanist and lighting and video designer. His collaborations with the new theatre collective WARD303 have opened his eyes to working in a immersive environment of music, film, theatre and dance. Prior to this Richard worked with Ride On Theatre to production manage their production of Way to Heaven in association with Performing Lines and Maps NSW. He also stage managed Bone for the company in 2006 in it’s inaugural season. Collaborations with Sydney Dance Company, Version 1.0, Bangarra Dance Theatre, Company B, Performance Space, Sydney Festival, Bell Shakespeare and Griffin Theatre showcase the varied range of performance that Richard is interested in. He was the touring head electrician on the critically acclaimed Smoke and Mirrors starring iOTA and Todd McKenny.

Richard has toured regionally and worked on Sydney Festival, Ten Days on the Island,  Adelaide Festival and Adelaide Fringe Festival. Richard is returning to work as Performance Space’s Season Production Manager working with the management team to deliver a diverse program of performance and visual arts for their winter season.

He has just finished the development of  She had Immortal Longings, a new lieder opera starring Helen Noonan and directed by Michael Campbell as Video and Lighting Designer.

Richard is a graduate of the NIDA production course.