Sara Bolch (they/she) is a Melbourne based actor and performance-maker whose theatre credits includes their debut solo show Sadface (Melbourne Fringe), Still by Jen Silverman (Dir. Sarah Vickery), The Children's Hour (Dir: Sarah Vickery), and Metamorphosis (The National Theatre). Sara’s film credits include the Catherine Hill feature film Some Happy Day. Sara is a graduate of the National Theatre Drama School. Whilst there, they were the recipient of the G.E. Jones scholarship. 
Sara is excited to be working with a company that centres the queer gaze. Sara grew up in rural Victoria on unceded Gunditjmara land. Sara is perplexed as to why they are writing this bio in the third person
Yuchen Wang is a Green Room Award nominated actor who completed a Bachelor Degree of Theatre Practice at the Victorian College of the Arts in 2015. Some of his credits include 4:48 Psychosis directed by Justin Nott, Cloudstreet directed by Julian Fuentes Reta and The Human Project for the Frisk at 2015 Melbourne Fringe Festival and the 2016 Adelaide Fringe Festival. In 2016, he performed in Malthouse’s Approximate Translation directed by Felix Ching Ching Ho. In 2017, Yuchen performed in the leading role of Malthouse’s Little Emperors, written by Lachlan Philpott and directed by Wang Chong. In 2018, he performed in Little Ones Theatre’s  Nightingale and the Rose. In 2019, Yuchen played the Translator in Golden Shield (MTC) and in 2020 We're Probably Really Really Happy Right Now directed by Sarah Vickery (Theatre Works/PSA Co). He also appeared in the mini series Chosen, produced by Playmaker/Sony and directed by Tony Tilse, Hungry Ghosts (SBS), web series Girl, Interpreted by Grace Feng.
Sarah has been directing theatre for over fifteen years. They graduated with a Masters degree in Performance from The VCA (The University of Melbourne and is currently Creative Producer for Black Hole Theatre Company
Their most recent directing credits include Still (Forty Five Downstairs), PlayList (Red Stitch 2019/21), We're Probably Really Really Happy Right Now (Theatre Works), The Children's Hour (VCA). A more extensive portfolio of work can be seen at
Sarah hopes to one day work with their biggest inspiration, Kate Bush (dreams do come true!)
Sarah is thrilled to be working, thinking and making art with this growing collective of queer and brilliant artists. 
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