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co-artistic directors

Lee Wilson
lee@branchnebula.com

Mirabelle Wouters
mirabelle@branchnebula.com
producer

Viv Rosman
viv@performinglines.org.au

MAPS

Branch Nebula is supported by Managing and Producing Services (MAPS) NSW, a joint initiative supported by the Australia Council and Arts NSW. MAPS NSW is managed by Performing Lines.


Perfroming Lines

Mirabelle Wouters and Lee Wilson founded BRANCH NEBULA in 1998, as a small independent collaboration working from project to project. They are Co-Artistic Directors and have been co-creators on all Branch Nebula’s work to date, working closely together from inception through to production.

Lee graduated from University Of Western Sydney, Theatre Nepean in 1991 and has been a major contributor to the independent performance and dance scene for twenty years as a highly regarded performer/actor and director. He has been a board member for Critical Path for two years. He directed The Football Diaries, which toured to South Africa (2010), and is choreographer on Roslyn Oades’ I’m Your Man, premiering at Sydney Festival in 2012. He was movement director on Urban Theatre Projects’ Last Highway and Back Home, both Sydney Festival productions. He has devised in the works of Shaun Parker, Kate Champion, Stalker Theatre Company, Acrobat, Legs on the Wall, Opera Australia and Sydney Theatre Company.

Mirabelle is a Belgian set and lighting designer and performer. She’s been living and working in Sydney since 2002. Mirabelle completed an industrial design degree in 1995 at the High Institute for Architecture and Industrial Design in Antwerp and did a post-graduate in scenography (theatre set and lighting design) at the Flemish Autonomous University of Antwerp. Mirabelle designed the lights and performed in Theatre Kantaka’s The Bargain Garden at Performance Space in November 2011, and is working with UTP and Company B as a designer on Buried City, a new production for the 2012 Sydney Festival. In 2010 Mirabelle designed the lights for Hole In The Wall by Matt Prest and Clare Britton. Mirabelle also designed the set and lights for UTP’s The Football Diaries by Ahilan Ratnamohan and Lee Wilson; and did lights and choreography for The Hosts: A Masquerade Of Improvising Automatons an installation by Wade Marynowsky. She was the set designer for UTP’s The Last Highway in the 2008 Sydney Festival, and for Martin Del Amo’s Never Been This Far Away From Home.