Chief Executive Officer
Sophia has held positions at Ten Days on the Island, Artsource, ScreenWest, PICA, Performing Lines and Tasdance, and most recently as Director of Programming at Queensland Theatre. A theatre artist and producer for more than 25 years, she was a founding member of award-winning company Last Seen Imagining. Committed to the development of new Australian writing, Sophia was Director of Stages WA from 2002-2007, has worked for the National Playwrights’ Conference and with Yirra Yaakin Noongar Theatre. She has served on the Arts Development Panel and New Performing Arts Venue Advisory Pool (DCA); National Script Development Organisations; WA Theatre Industry Joint Vision Strategy (2006) and is currently on the Board of Red Stitch Actors Theatre.
Chief Executive Officer
Sean has been involved in professional theatre for over 20 years. He worked as the Producer for Critical Stages, touring Independent Theatre across Australia. He was the Technical Director for the Darlinghurst Theatre Company, and more recently the Venue Manager at Brown’s Mart Theatre. As a freelance theatre practitioner Sean has worked as a Lighting Designer, Technical Director, and a Production Manager. He was the tour manager for Monkey Baa theatre for young people (2001 – 2004) and worked for a range of theatre producers as a Stage Manager. Sean has been a board member for Arts on Tour NSW and previously sat on the board of Brown’Mart Arts. Sean is passionate about new Australian work and believes in supporting artists to help turn their visions into reality.
Brad has worked in a diverse range of roles in entertainment events across the Territory, including: rigging, live and studio audio visual and production management. Within these varied roles Brad has worked on a variety of projects in both creative and technical capacities in theatre, contemporary and classical music, community arts, Indigenous music and cultural festivals, and corporate events. He was a student of music and audio at CDU and graduated with Honours. Brad has a passion for community arts in all shapes and sizes and thoroughly enjoys the diversity of tasks and challenges these projects throw at him and has a healthy love of rock ‘n’ roll.
Angus first caught the love of theatre and began his career at Browns Mart in 2009 as a follow-spot operator. He has worked I’m many capacities across a range of productions, festivals and companies including Corrugated Iron Youth Arts, Tracks Dance and of course Browns Mart. In 2018, Angus moved to Melbourne and was lucky enough to work with Chunky Move, Malthouse Theatre and Gasworks Arts Park in production, stage management and operational management. Angus has a passion for the creative and the unpredictable world of live performance and arts.
Accounts and Finance Officer
Mish brings a wealth of bookkeeping and administrative expertise to the Brown's Mart team, where she has worked since 2012. Mish is also an accomplished dancer, dance teacher and choreographer and a founding director and Treasurer of Gary Lang's ‘NT Dance Company’
Brown's Mart Arts Ltd
(T/as Brown’s Mart Theatre)
ABN: 67 141 763 895
12 Smith Street Darwin City
GPO Box 3451, Darwin NT 0801