At KXT we are committed to showcasing diversity, creating gender equity and providing opportunity and support for new work, new artists and new companies…

In 2016 we were thrilled to host Montague Basement at KXT as they began to build an exciting body of work: Kaleidescope by Charles O’Grady MORE HERE

In 2017 they backed up with Before Lysistrata by Ellana Costa MORE HERE

This year they’ve gone interstate with the upcoming Threepenny Opera at Melbourne’s The Butterfly Club. Shout out to gun producer Imogen Gardam who makes things happen

We first met Rebecca Blake in 2017 when she was a part of the creative team on the following KXT shows: She Rode Horses Like the Stock Exchange by Amelia Roper MORE HERE

A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing by Annie Ryan MORE HERE

Rotterdam by Jon Brittain in development as part of Step Up Festival MORE HERE

This year Rebecca was AD on the recent sold out season of the bAKEHOUSE production of DRESDEN by Justin Fleming MORE HERE

Rebecca is the KXT Artistic Intern. And her latest role is as the Festival Co-ordinator for the Festival of Dangerous Ideas

After staging the enormously successful The Carousel at KXT in March as part of the STEP UP festival (we know it was successful cause it SOLD OUT on Good Friday…) Hannah Goodwin jumped onto DRESDEN as rehearsal assistant. She formed Pip and Han Inc with writing partner Pippa Ellams, and the team can next be seen at Bondi Feast with the first staging of the Sorry Mum Project. Hannah will step into the KXT artistic internship later in the year. We reckon you should watch out for this quiet dynamo


With your help, we can continue to invest in Sydney’s arts landscape with time, resources, and support in a way that will provide sustainability for artists and companies, and invest in the future generation of artists and their work…