Peter Fyfe

Peter Fyfe has worked as an actor, comedian, improviser, songwriter, cabaret performer, visual artist and corporate writer. He was a finalist at the last Sydney Cabaret Convention (2003) and subsequently wrote and performed a one-man show, “Glamourflage - they’ll never see the real you”. Peter’s play “Waking Blind” was nominated for the AWG’s Monte Miller Award and optioned for development as a feature film. His “Centre Caught” received a workshop production at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) under the direction of Andrew Davidson. His outrageous little musical “The Von Trapp Heresy” was performed as part of the inaugural Short and Sweet and Song festival in 2007.

From 2001 until 2007, Peter was proud to serve on the board of Currency House, a performing arts resource centre and think tank. Peter's website is at


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