Only A Year (2017)

At Chunky Move Studio (Melbourne Fringe Festival 2017). Devised and directed by Sarah Austin. Performed by Nick Barlow. Costume by Nick Barlow. Set Design by Rainbow Sweeny and Hannah Murphy. Lighting Design by Richard Vabre. Sound Design and Composition by Chris Wenn. Stage Manager Genevieve Davidson.

The Awk Ward (2017)

At Catholic Regional College Melton Campus. Presented by Melton Youth Services Performing Arts. Written by Sean Kavanagh and the North By Northwest Acting Group ensemble. Directed by Sean Kavanagh. Performed by the North by Northwest Acting Group ensemble. Lighting Design by Shane Grant. Sound Design by Chris Wenn.

Ode to Man (2017)

At Aeso Studio, Fitzroy (Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2017); The Blue Room, Perth; and Arts House, North Melbourne (Melbourne Fringe Festival 2017). Directed by Prue Clark. Written and Performed by Emma Mary Hall. Mentored by Bagryana Popov. Projection and Animation by Lindsay Cox. Sound Design by Chris Wenn. Stage Managers Tonie-Rayne Steele (MICF) Rhiannon Petersen (Perth), and Piper Huynh (Fringe).

Rust and Bone (2016)

At La Mama Courthouse. Written by Caleb Lewis. Directed by Daniel Clarke. Performed by Adam Ibrahim, Glenn Maynard and Luke Mulquiney. Assistant Director Penny Harpham. Movement Direction by Ingrid Voorendt. Set Design by Jacob Battista. Lighting Design by Richard Vabre. Sound Design and Composition by Chris Wenn.

Death Comes Calling: The Final Chapter of Avery Mann (2016)

Book and Lyrics by students of the Monash University Centre for Theatre and Performance. Music composed by students of the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music. Directed by Nate Gilkes. Lighting and Set by Rob Sowinski. Sound Design and Operation by Chris Wenn. Stage Manager Jess Frost.

You Got Older (2016)

At Red Stitch Actors Theatre. Written by Clare Barron. Directed by Brett Cousins. With Eva Seymour, Lee Beckhurst, Jordan Fraser-Trumble, Emily Goddard, Francis Greenslade, Penny Harpham and Mark Yeates. Assistant Director Joanne Booth. Set Design Sophie Woodward. Costume Matilda Woodroofe. Lighting Design Clare Springett. Sound Design Daniel Nixon and Chris Wenn. Stage Manager Hannah Bullen. Assistant Stage Manager Anthony Torouno.

Approximate Translation (2016)

Produced by Malthouse Theatre at The Beckett. Devised by Felix Ching Ching Ho with material by Sarah Kane and Ouyang Jianghe. Chinese translation by Kaiqui Hu, Austin Woerner, and Chanel Chan & Rick Qi. With Yuchen Wang, Rose Weirou Gui, Derek Lo, Helen Chin Yuan Wu, Emily Miaoqi Chen and the Ensemble of the Kong Chew Chinese Opera Association Inc. Sound by Chris Wenn. Design by Eugyeene Teh. Surtitles by Vincent Ging Ho Yim. Stage Manager Tia Clark. 

Triumph (2016)

Produced by The New Working Group at fortyfivedownstairs. Written by Louris van de Geer. Directed by Mark Pritchard. With Aljin Abella, Syd Brisbane, Anouk Gleeson-Mead, Emma Hall & Leone White. Set, Costume and AV by Romanie Harper. Lighting by Ameila Lever-Davidson. Sound Design By Chris Wenn. Stage Manager Kate Brennan.

For the Love of Pina (2015)

By Rollercoaster Theatre at St Martin's Youth Theatre. Devised by the Ensemble. Direction and Dramaturgy by Nick Pappas. Assistant Director Carolyn Bock. With David Baker, Michael Buxton, Suzanne Coleman, Eli Jones-Resnik, Shea MacDonough, Ryan New, Erin Pocervina, Melissa Slaviero, Cameron Stanley and Andrew Tresidder. Lighting Design by Richard Vabre. Sound by Chris Wenn. Stage Manager Elizabeth Downes.

Middletown (2015)

At Red Stitch Actors' Theatre. Written by Will Eno. Directed by Alice Darling. With Jordan Fraser-Trumble, Christina O’Neill, Evelyn Krape, Gareth Reeves, Edwina Samuels & James Wardlaw. Assistant Director James Cook. Set and Costume by Emily Collett. Lighting by James Lipari. Sound Design by Chris Wenn. Choreography by Dale Thorburn.

Yes No Maybe (2015)

Produced by Punctum Inc. at The Engine Room, Bendigo. Directed by Sarah Austin and Alex Walker. Devised by Sarah Austin and Alex Walker, with the ensemble. Designed by Rainbow Sweeny. Sound and Voice Recording by Chris Wenn.

Cross Age (2014)

At St Martins Youth Theatre. Directed by Alex Walker. Devised by Alex Walker and the Cross Age Ensemble. Sound by Chris Wenn. Stage Manager Piper Huynh.

The Trouble With Harry (2014)

At Northcote Town Hall Main Hall. Written by Lachlan Philpott. Directed by Dr. Alyson Campbell. Assistant Director Alice Darling. With Maude Davey, Caroline Lee, Elizabeth Nabben, Emma Palmer, Dion Mills and Daniel Last.Set and Costume by Eugyeene Teh. Lighting by Rob Sowinski. Sound by Chris Wenn. Stage Manager Harriet Gregory. Sound System and Operation by Geoff Adams.

Supergirly (2014)

At The Loft, Chapel Off Chapel. Written by Lulu McClatchy. Directed by Lulu McClatchy and Lyall Brooks. With Lulu McClatchy and Lyall Brooks. Set and Costume by Jessie White. Lighting by Douglas Montgomery. Sound by Chris Wenn

Belleville (2014)

At Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre. Written by Amy Herzog. Directed by Denny Lawrence. Assistant Director Alice Darling. With Paul Ashcroft, Christina O’Neill, Tariro Mavondo & Renaud Momtbrun. Lighting by Clare Springett. Sound by Chris Wenn. Set and Costume by Jacob Battista. Stage Manager Spencer Scholz

The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (2014)

By Dirty Pretty Theatre at Theatreworks for Midsumma. Written by Rainer Werner Fassbinder. Directed by Gary Abrahams. With Fantine Banulski, Luisa Hastings Edge, Uschi Felix, Anna May Samson, Nikki Shiels & Joanne Trentini. Lighting by Katie Sfetkidis. Sound by Chris Wenn. Set by Romanie Harper. Costume by Chloe Greaves. Stage Manager Jenn Taylor.

NSFW (2013)

At Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre. Written by Lucy Kirkwood. Directd by Tanya Dickson. With Mark Casamento, Olga Makeeva, Ben Prendergast, Matt Whitty, Kasia Kaczmarek & James Wardlaw. Lighting by Clare Springett. Sound by Chris Wenn. Set and Costume by Eugyeene Teh. Stage Manager Brittany Haining.

The Noahs (2013)

By Rollercoaster Theatre at St Martin’s Youth Theatre. Written by the Ensemble and Jess Huon. Directed by Jess Huon & Sarah Sutherland, with Carolyn Bock. Dramaturgy by Nick Pappas.

ROAM (2013)

At Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre. Written by Adam Cass. Directed by Gary Abrahams. With Ella Caldwell, Ngaire Dawn Fair & Tim Potter. Lighting by Jason Bovaird, Clare Springett and Linda Hum. Sound by Daniel Nixon. Costume by Chloe Greaves. 3D Animation by David Nelson. Computer Animation by Michael Watson. QLab Programming and A/V Operation by Chris Wenn. Stage Managers Shannon Quinn and Jillian Britton.

Herding Cats (2013)

At Red Stitch Actors' Theatre. Directed by Suzanne Chaundy. With Paul Ashcroft, Ngaire Dawn Fair & Dion Mills. Lighting by Richard Varbre. Sound by Chris Wenn. Set by Peter Mumford. Costume by Olga Makeeva. Stage Manager Brittany Haining. 

About Tommy (2013)

At Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre. Written by Thor Bjørn Krebs. Directed by Kat Henry. With Matthew Whitty, Kate Cole and Paul Henri. Lighting by Jason Bovaird. Sound by Chris Wenn. Multimedia by Neil Triffett. Set and Costume by Hanna Sandgren. Stage Manager Rohan Maloy.

4000 Miles (2013)

At Red Stitch Actors' Theatre. Written by Amy Herzog. Directed by Mark Pritchard. With Ngaire Dawn Fair, Tim Ross, Julia Blake & Haiha Le. Lighting by Clare Springett. Sound by Russell Goldsmith & Chris Wenn. Set and Costume by Sophie Woodward. Stage Managers Alex Pryor & Brittany Haining.

I Am The Wind (2012)

By Turtle Lab and Public Front at The Collingwood Underground Arts Park. With Luke Mulquiney & Shaun Goss. Written by Jon Fosse. Directed by Sapidah Kian. Lighting by Mat Adey. Sound by Chris Wenn. Set and Costume by Zoë Rouse. Stage Manager Pippa Wright.

A1 Rolling Steakhouse + HOUSE (2012)

By Turtle Lab at Dear Patti Smith Gallery for Melbourne Fringe. Written by Richard Maxwell. "HOUSE" directed by Samara Hersch. "A1 Rolling Steak House" directed by Paola Unger. Lighting by Yasmin Santoso. Sound by Chris Wenn. Set by Eugyeene Teh. Costume by Yunuen Perez.

Triangle (2012)

By MKA at MKA North Melbourne. Written by Glyn Roberts. Directed by Tanya Dickson. With Elizabeth Nabben and Janine Watson. Lighting by Rob Sowinski. Sound by Russell Goldsmith & Chris Wenn. Set by Eugyeene Teh. Costume by Chloe Greaves. Stage Manager Hayley Ricketson.

The Motherf****er With The Hat (2012)

At Red Stitch Actors' Theatre. Written by Steven Adly Giurgis. Directed by David Bell. With Mark Casamento, Christina O’Neill, Adam McConvell, Michelle Vergara Moore & Demetrios Sirilas. Lighting by Stelios Karagiannis. Sound by Chris Wenn. Set and Costume by Loren Whiffen. Stage Manager Brittany Haining. 

The Drowning Girls (2012)

By Turtle Lab at Northcote Town Hall. Written by Daniela Vlaskalic, Beth Graham and Charlie Tomlinson. Directed by Paola Unger. With Rachael Dyson-Macgregor, Zoe Ellerton-Ashley & Eloise Oxer. Lighting by Lisa Mibus. Sound by Chris Wenn. Set and Costume by Kat Chan. Stage Managers Katie Lockett & Canada White.

Day One. A Hotel, Evening. (2011)

At Red Stitch Actors' Theatre. Written by Joanna Murray Smith. Directed by Gary Abrahams. With Kate Cole, Dion Mills, Anna Samson, Sarah Sutherland, John Adam & Ryan Hayward. Lighting by Stelios Karagiannis. Sound by Chris Wenn. Set and Costume by Sophie Woodward. Stage Manager Alex Pryor.

Whiteley’s Incredible Blue (2011)

At fortyfivedownstairs. Written by Barry Dickins. Directed by Julian Meyrick. With Neil Pigot. Lighting by Kerry Saxby. Sound by Chris Wenn. Set and Costume by Meredith Rogers. Music performed by Robert Calvert, Robert George & Pietro Fine. Stage Manager Claire Shepherd.

Ulrike Meinhof Sings (2011)

By Turtle Lab at Errol’s Upstairs for Melbourne Fringe. Written by Christopher Barnett. Directed by Sapidah Kian. With Nadia Townsend. Lighting by Gwen Holmberg-Gilchrist. Sound by Chris Wenn. Costume by Eugyeene Teh.

The Game (2011)

At The Workshed @ Ormond College for Melbourne Fringe. Written and directed by Fiona McQueen. With Nick Cohen, Drew Sargent & Rhys Hamlyn. Sound by Chris Wenn. Stage Manager Anu Sabharwal.

Foxholes of the Mind (2010)

By Larrkin Ensemble Theatre at La Mama Courthouse. Written by Bernard Clancy. Directed by Wolf Heidecker. With Peter Finlay, Joanne Davis, Adrian Mulraney, Maureen Hartley & Sean Kavanagh. Lighting by Rebecca Etchell. Sound by Chris Wenn. Stage Manager Canada White.

Love Your Poison (2010)

By Melbourne Writers' Theatre at La Mama Courthouse. Written by Christine Croyden. Directed by Glenda Linscott. With Abbe Holmes, Mick Bishop, Elaine McDonnell, Christopher Milligan & Dominic Buckham. Lighting by Matt Barber. Sound by Chris Wenn. Set by Emily Collett. Stage Manager Phoenix Bade.

Three More Sleepless Nights (2010)

At PGS, Victorian College of the Arts for VCA Masters Season 2010. Written by Caryl Churchill. Directed by Tanya Dickson. Sound by Chris Wenn. With students of Acting and Production Companies 2011.

SLUT (2010)

By Verve Studios at The Dog Theatre. Written by Patricia Cornelius. Directed by Paola Unger. With students of Verve Studios. Sound by Chris Wenn.

Something Natural but Very Childish (2010)

By Dirty Pretty Theatre at La Mama. Adapted by Gary Abrahams from short stories by Katherine Mansfield. Directed by Gary Abrahams. With Thomas Conroy, Amanda Falson, Luisa Hastings Edge, Josh Price, Zoe Ellerton-Ashley, Cameron Moore & Luke Jacka. Lighting by Katie Sfetkidis. Sound by Chris Wenn. Musical Arrangement by Luke Jacka. Set by Jane Noonan. Stage Manager Tegan Marshall.

Second Skin (2009)

At Dancehouse. Created by Eleanor Lindberg. Lighting by Gwen Holmberg-Gilchrist. Sound by Chris Wenn.

10|01 (2009)

At PS3, Victorian College of the Arts. Devised by Sapidah Kian and the Ensemble. Directed by Sapidah Kian. With members of Acting and Production Companies 2010. Sound by Chris Wenn.

Tuning In (2009)

At Dancehouse. Choreography by Gabby Rose. Performed by Gabby Rose & Caley O'Neil. Lighting by  Frog Peck. Sound by Chris Wenn.

Antigone - The Descent Across the Bridge of Acheron (2009)

By Liminal Theatre & Performance at J-Studios. Adapted by Mary Sitarenos and the Ensemble from ‘Oedipus’ by Seneca, translated by Ted Hughes. Directed by Mary Sitarenos. With Paul Robertson, Terry Yeboah, Ousmane N’Gom, Samir Malik, Georgina Durham, Jo Smith and Claire Nicholls. Lighting by Damian Lentini. Sound by Chris Wenn. Projections by Ivanka Sokol.

Oedipus: A Poetic Requiem (2009)

By Liminal Theatre & Performance at J-Studios. Adapted by Mary Sitarenos and the Ensemble from 'Oedipus' by Seneca, translated by Ted Hughes. Directed by Mary Sitarenos. With Ivanka Sokol, Georgie Durham, Jo Smith and Claire Nicholls. Lighting by Damian Lentini. Sound by Chris Wenn. Projections by Ivanka Sokol. 

The Jerilderie Letter (2008)

At the Celtic Club. Adapted by Peter Finlay from 'The Jerilderie Letter' by Ned Kelly. Performed by Peter Finlay. Sound by Chris Wenn.

Oedipus: A Poetic Requiem (2008)

By Liminal Theatre & Performance at 72 Edward Street for Melbourne Fringe. Adapted by Mary Sitarenos and the Ensemble from ‘Oedipus’ by Seneca, translated by Ted Hughes. Directed by Mary Sitarenos. With Ivanka Sokol, Georgie Durham, Jo Smith and Claire Nicholls. Lighting by Richard Whitehouse. Sound by Chris Wenn. Projections by Ivanka Sokol.