Lisa O’Neill is a dancer, performer, choreographer, performance director and educator working across mediums in dance, theatre, contemporary performance and new-media.
A multi-skilled performing artist, Lisa has developed a broad body of performance works over several decades, presenting across Australia, United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, New Zealand and United States of America. A polymath of sorts, Lisa has presented digital art installations in the Forbidden City of Beijing, performed Off Broadway in Australia’s longest running children’s show Fluff, danced at the Sydney Opera House numerous times and acted in Shakespeare and Greek Tragedies in castles and ruins across Europe.
Since 2001 Lisa has directed the Acting program at TAFE Queensland, using this platform to facilitate a rigorous and informed performance culture for young actors and performers to practice and study. In 2010 Lisa co-founded the performance collective Rramphouse and in 2018 the theatre collective Robert The Cat.
The Pipe Manager
by Lisa O'Neill, Peter Berkahn & Christian Ronquillo
The Pipe Manager tells the story of a woman and her rather unusual experience as a pipe manager. ...