Anna Tregloan conceives, directs and designs her own unique work receiving public and critical acclaim. Previous creations include Black (Malthouse Theatre) and The Dictionary of Imaginary Places (Melbourne International Arts Festival). She also co-created Sleeping Beauty for Malthouse Theatre (2007) and created "Mach" as part of the 2000 Melbourne Festival. As designer Anna Tregloan has collaborated with a large number and eclectic mix of companies and artists. She has been awarded five Green Room Awards and a Helpmann Award. In 2006 she was awarded the prestigious John Truscott Award for Excellence in Design for Theatre. She has a Masters (with Honours) by Research in Animateuring at the Victorian College of the Arts. For two years, until December 2008, she was resident artist at Malthouse Theatre and is an Artistic Associate of the Storeroom Theatre Workshop. Her most recent productions including Spring Awakening for Sydney Theatre Company, Optimism for Malthouse Theatre/Edinburgh International Arts Festival, and Tell-Tale Heart for Melbourne International Arts Festival.
|BLACK by Anna Tregloan|
|THE DICTIONARY OF IMAGINARY PLACES by Anna Tregloan|