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Mark Wilson


Mark Wilson is a Melbourne based maker, performer, dramaturg and director. He trained at the VCA (Performance Creation, Directing) and Monash (Performing Arts), has studied with Philippe Gaulier and is an International Fellow of Shakespeare’s Globe in London. 

Performance work ranges from plays to performance art, most recently Right Now at Red Stitch, and the upcoming Bottomless by Dan Lee at fortyfivedownstairs. He most recently directed Bighouse Dreaming by Declan Furber Gillick, and regularly directs Shakespeare, including three productions for Essential Theatre.

For a year he was a Dramaturgy Intern at MTC. In 2016 he completed his trilogy of radical Shakespeare adaptations: Unsex Me – which toured fringe festivals for five years – Richard II with Olivia Monticciolo, Melbourne Fringe/Brisbane Festival and Anti-Hamlet, nominated for Greenroom awards for writing, direction and production. 

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