Image by Adam Finch Photography. Artwork by Amber von Sloten.

Image by Adam Finch Photography. Artwork by Amber von Sloten.



Discover a little more about the team bringing Kill Climate Deniers to life, before seeing the work on stage from Wed 15 to Sat 25 May at Metro Arts. Click here to purchase tickets. 

Clementine Anderson

Clementine is a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Acting graduate from Queensland University of Technology, 2018. Theatre credits while training include; Babakina in Ivanov, Margret in Good People, Dunja in Three Winters, Paulina in The Winters’ Tale, Tatiana in Enemies and Rodica in Mad Forest. Professional credits include Peta in Lysa and The Freeborn Dames for La Boite Theatre Company, The Fledglings and The Landmine is Me both for Queensland Theatre. Clementine played a lead in the short film Fitting which screened at multiple festivals including the prestigious BFI London Film Festival, where it was a notable finalist. TV credits include the ABC series Harrow Season 2 coming to screens later this year.

 Julie Cotterell

Julie is a Brisbane-based actor. She has been performing in theatre productions, films, short films and commercials for the past 25 years. Some past theatre credits include: EG and Metro Arts: Swallow (Rebecca); La Boite Theatre Company: Long Gone Lonesome Cowgirls (Vicki); Harvest Rain Theatre Company: Blood Brothers (Mrs Lyons), Jesus Christ Superstar (Priest), Divas, Cinderella, Hot Shoe Shuffle (April), Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey), Taming of the Shrew (Bianca) and Randomania; Joymas Creative: The 25 Project; THAT Production Company: Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Madame de Volanges); Turkish Delight Theatre Box: Witches of Eastwick (Felicia Gabriel); Schonell-Starlight Productions: Rent (Joanne); Bunbury Theatre Company: Wit; Mixed Company: Five Women Wearing the Same Dress (Frances), Stepping Out (Andy) and The Women (Peggy Day); Ocean Theatre Company: Singin’ in the Rain (Lina Lamont) and Assassins (Lynette Fromme). Julie has had supporting roles in Reef Break (TV series), Hot Valley Nights (web series), Schapelle (TV movie) and A Guide to Dating at the End of the World (feature film), as well as appearing in many short films and TV commercials. In 2012, she attended the Summer Acting Intensive at Atlantic Theater Company in New York City. Julie has also performed in a Dorothy the Dinosaur show, acted in an anti-bullying program in schools throughout Queensland, and performed as a backing vocalist for internationally-acclaimed Elvis impersonator, Max Pelicano. Julie is a proud member of Actors Equity.

Stephanie Elliot

Stephanie is currently studying a BFA majoring in Drama at QUT. She’s interested in work that packs a punch, and is happy to be on stage again after honing her skills behind the curtain for the past two years. Stephanie is in her final year at uni and is the artistic director of Vena Cava Productions. She’s proud to be one of the student artists involved in Kill Climate Deniers.

Asabi Goodman

Asabi has worked across the world performing with different theatre companies. She has a background as singer, actor, as well as a degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Southern California. Moving between engineering and performing, Asabi has built a positive reputation in both fields of work. She is a graduate from the The Actors Conservatory in Brisbane, has been active in both stage and screen productions, and is the front woman of the band First Summer. Asabi previously worked with THAT Production Company on Eric Vale, Epic Fail in 2015.

Caitlin Hill

Caitlin Hill most recently performed at Australia’s first Sci-Fi Theatre Festival in Rocket Number 9 (Labeijn Productions); Caitlin co-wrote/directed Boys Taste Better with Nutella, and won Best Actress, Best Script and Best Overall Production at Short+Sweet Festival, its full-length production won a Weekly Theatre Award at Fringe World Perth (Backyard Theatre Collective). Caitlin has worked on: The Wives of Wolfgang (Wonderland Festival, Anywhere Theatre Festival), Player 2 (Backyard Theatre Collective), Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet (Share House Theatre Company), The Maids (Anywhere Theatre Festival), Hanako (Belloo Creative), Tiptoe (Pentimento Productions).

Ella Macrokanis

Ella has grown up in Brisbane’s performing arts scene covering a diverse range of acting and singing genres including stage and screen. In musical theatre Ella appeared as, Louise In Carousel (QMT), Dainty June in Gypsy (BTG), Snow White, Beauty and the Beast, Snugglepot and Cuddlepie for Brisbane Arts, a witch in Macbeth a Rock Opera. In Jazz she performs in at the Brisbane Jazz Club and Doo Bop. Ella also collaborated and performed in the QLD Cabaret Festival Show - 2018 It Takes a Lot Not To End Up Dead which is re-booked for 2019. Currently Ella is a member of Vocal Manoeuvres and Rock It Crew and also performing for Oscar productions in the Melt Festival (Killer Queens and Sox Inches). Stage is not her only love, she is studying screen acting full time at The Factory. On screen Ella played Corrine in the feature film, Butterfly Tree, Pete’s daughter in the SBS Show, Family Law, and was Maddie Gallagher in SBS award winning mini drama Safe Harbour.

Charleen Marsters

Charleen Marsters studied at Griffith University, completing a degree in Applied Theatre in 2011, and currently also works with young people as a social worker. She has performed with various theatre companies, was a member of gender-bending performance art theatre collective Whisk It!, and has also worked in Stage Management in a variety of different events. Charleen previously collaborated with THAT Production Company on The Tuckshop Kid in 2013 and Eric Vale Epic Fail in 2015.

Georgia Politakis

Georgia Politakis is a Brisbane-based performer and performance-creator.  Her approach to devising and performing is strongly influenced by her training in the Suzuki Method, Viewpoints and Butoh with renowned physical theatre company Zen Zen Zo.  She has also developed a love for improvisation, and has trained and performed with Brisbane improvisation collective ImproMafia.  Notable credits include Maestro (ImproMafia), Disco Inferno (Festival of Australian Student Theatre), Sister Icarus (CR Productions), Defective (School2Stage) and Their Name Liveth Forever More (Backbone Youth Arts with Brisbane City Council).    

Jessica Veurman

This is Jessica’s second production with THAT Production Company; in 2018 she gained a Matilda Award nomination for her performance in Yielding.  Other theatre credits include Seedingbed (QTC), Water Wars (Umber Productions - Matilda Award nomination); Post Office Rose (Dogs in the Roof – Matilda Award winner); Let The Sun Shine (QTC); Son’s of Manix, Our Backyard and The Kind Father in Spite of Himself (TN2!).  Jessica’s film and television credits include Iron Sky; Icarus In Love; Inspector Gadget 2; CODE 1411 and Finding Hope.  Jessica also teaches at Griffith University.