THAT PRODUCTION COMPANY
TIMOTHY WYNN - ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
CASSANDRA RAMSAY - CREATIVE PRODUCER
Since 2009 Timothy has fashioned diverse and imaginative seasons of theatrical experiences as the Artistic Director of THAT Production Company. He has directed over 20 productions, including the Australian premier of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Ruined by Lynn Nottage (at Studio 188, Ipswich) Saved by Edward Bond (at the Old Courthouse, Ipswich); Les Liaisons Dangereuses (at the Roundhouse Theatre, Kelvin Grove); Spring’s Awakening (at Metro Arts, Brisbane). Timothy studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York, and trained at the JUTE Theatre Company’s Director Development Program facilitated by Dr David Fenton. Timothy has also worked as an Assistant Director with Backbone Youth Arts, JUTE Theatre Company, Spotlight Theatre, and Fractal Theatre Company. In 2017 his production of Cosi with Beenleigh Theatre Company was nominated for seven Gold Coast theatre awards, winning Best Supporting Actress and Best Magic Moment of Theatre. In 2018 Timothy directed Summer of the Seventeenth Doll (also for Beenleigh Theatre Company) and Baal by Bertholt Brecht for Vena Cava Theatre Company.
Driven by a passion for community engagement, audience development, and storytelling, Cass has carved a portfolio career as a writer, producer, reviewer, teacher, and arts marketer. She has worked as a Marketing Coordinator at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts and Brisbane Powerhouse; Marketing Manager at Brisbane Writers Festival; content creator at Crack Theatre Festival; and as a Marketing Officer for Arts, Community Engagement and Tourism at Ipswich City Council. She currently also works at HOTA, Home of the Arts on the Gold Coast. She co-wrote stage adaptations of the children’s books The Tuckshop Kid (2013), Eric Vale Epic Fail (2015), and My Dead Bunny (2017) with Timothy Wynn; and with THAT Production Company Cass co-developed the series ‘Arts Matters’, a Q & A series with creative industry movers and shakers, and ‘Performance-in-Progress’ (later developed as ‘Behind the Red Curtain’ at Ipswich’s Studio 188), which opened up all stages of play development from research to rehearsal to a regional audience, demystifying the theatre process.