Lecturers

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  • April Albert

    Academic Lecturer

    April Albert is an international performer, theatre maker and academic. As an artist, she specialises in creating politically engaged performance in a range of contexts and settings. Her solo performance work explores how the historical and cultural resonates in our current social and political experiences.

  • Johanna Allen

    Academic Lecturer

    Johanna Allen is one of Australia’s most acclaimed singers / actors. She has worked within musical theatre, theatre, opera, film, television, and cabaret. She works as a director, writer and curator/artistic director across theatre, festivals and television.

  • Andrew Batterham

    Academic Lecturer

    Andrew Batterham is an Australian composer, arranger, songwriter and performer. His music has been performed, recorded and broadcast in Australia, Asia, Europe and the USA, by artists ranging from jazz legend James Morrison to the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.

  • Wendy Dixon

    Academic Lecturer

    Wendy Dixon is a New Zealand-born pianist, cellist and singer. Wendy began her professional career at the age of 18 as Eve in Haydn’s The Creation. Over the next 11 years in New Zealand, Wendy performed an average of three operas a year, numerous oratorios and concert engagements and national tours as a vocal recitalist.

  • Peta Downes

    Open Programs and Industry Engagement Manager

    Peta Downes is a theatre director, producer and tertiary arts educator with over twenty-five years’ of experience. Prior to her appointment at AIM, Peta was the Course Manager - National Short Courses for NIDA's Open Program (2010-11).

  • Jo Elms

    Academic Lecturer

    Jo Elms is a singer, songwriter, musician and actress. Born and raised in New Zealand, Jo's first single, Closest Thing to Heaven was released through Warner Music New Zealand and went to number 5 on the NZ pop charts.

  • Dr. David Fenton

    Associate Head of Learning and Teaching

    Dr. David Fenton is a highly credentialled and experienced theatre director, creative industries executive and academic. He’s the Associate Head of Learning and Teaching for all Post Graduate programs at AIM.

  • Dr. Paul Geddes

    Academic Lecturer

    Dr. Paul Geddes is a critically acclaimed theatre practitioner, teacher and scholar. As an educator and performer he has worked for Sydney Children's Choir, Gondwana National Choirs, Macquarie University and NIDA. He has an A.Mus.A in Piano and a PhD in English Literature with a thesis on the work of Stephen Sondheim.

  • Nicholas Gentile

    Academic Lecturer

    Nicholas Gentile is a performer and composer. A proud graduate of the prestigious Talent Development Project, he has performed and studied around the world.

  • Dr. Gary Holgate

    Head of Learning and Teaching

    Dr. Gary Holgate is a highly qualified music academic and a seasoned musician. As an upright and electric bass player, Gary has performed and recorded with many acclaimed jazz artists including Kevin Hunt, Grace Knight, Bill Risby, Joy Yates and Dave MacRae as well as his own band Jazz Nouveau.

  • Danielle Maas

    Academic Lecturer

    Danielle is a performer and educator with a passion for collaborative creation. Her qualifications include a Masters of Advanced Theatre Practice from the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, a Bachelor of Performance from the Australian Academy of Dramatic Art, and a Diploma of Theatre Performance from Sydney Theatre School.

  • Penny Martin

    Academic Lecturer

    Penny Martin is an Australian choreographer, performance coach and performer. She has worked extensively in theatre, film, television and live events in both Australia and internationally for over 35 years – collaborating with everyone from Barry Humphries to Freddie Mercury.