Wayne Blair

Wayne Blair

Wayne Blair is an award winning writer and director for both film and theatre.

His film and television credits include; as director: Jubulj (Short film, 2001), Black Talk (Short film, 2002), Kathy (Short film, 2003), The Djarn Djarns (Short film, 2004), Double Trouble (Co-directed with Richard Frankland, television series. All thirteen episodes, 2004), Lockie Leonard (Television series. Series 1, Episodes 7, 8 & 9, 2004), Dead Gorgeous (Television series, episodes 6 – 9, 2009), The Sapphires (Feature Film, 2012), Redfern Now (Television series. Series 1, Raymond, 2012. Series 2, Dogs of War, 2013), The Gods of Wheat Street (Television series, 2013), The Elegant Gentleman’s Guide to Knife Fighting (Television series, 2013), Offspring (Television series. Series 5, 2014), Septembers of Shiraz (Feature film, 2014). As writer: Jubulj (Short film, 2001), Black Talk (Short film, 2002), Kathy (Short film, 2003), The Djarn Djarns (Short film, 2004), Lockie Leonard (Co-written with Rhys Muldoon. Television series. Series 2, Episode 9, 2008), The Circuit (Television series. Series 2, Episode 5, 2008), Ralph (Short film, 2010), My Place (Television series. Series 2, 1 episode, 2010), Redfern Now (Television series. Series 2, Dogs of War, 2013). As producer: Kathy (Short film, 2003).

His theatre credits include; as Director: Unspoken by Rebecca Clarke (Old Fitzroy Theatre, 2005 & Performing Lines national tour 2006), Njunjul the Sun Adapted from the novel by Meme McDonald and Boori Monty Pryor (Kooemba Djarra Theatre Company, 2006), The Seven Stages of Grieving by Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman (Sydney Theatre Company Education, 2006), Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train by Stephen Adly Guirgis (Company B, 2007), Ruben Guthrie by Brendan Coewell (Company B, 2008 & 2009), Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare (Sydney Theatre Company, Education Program, 2008), The Removalists by David Williamson (Sydney Theatre Company, 2009), Namatjira by Scott Rankin (Co-directed with Scott Rankin, Company B, 2010), Dirty Butterfly by Debbie Tucker Green (Company B, 2010), Walking into the Bigness by Richard Frankland (Malthouse, 2014). As assistant director: Scorched by Waidi Mouawad, translated by Linda Gaboriau (Directed by Neil Armfield, Company B, 2008). As a writer: Njunjul the Sun Adapted from the novel by Meme McDonald and Boori Monty Pryor (Kooemba Djarra Theatre Company, 2006), Bloodland (Sydney Theatre Company, 2011). As an actor: Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train by Stephen Adly Guirgis (Company B, 2007).


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