VINCENT

HAS  been a member of the ensembles of Meryl Tankard’s Australian Dance Theatre and TanzTheater Basel under the direction of  Joachim Schloemer.

HAS  worked as a freelance artist with Theater Basel, Schauspielhaus Koeln, Salzburger Festspiel, Steirischer Herbst, Fischhouse Productions in San Francisco, the Adelaide Festival Centre Trust, Spike Jonze, Chunky Move, Ladykillers and Force Majeure and Stone/Castro.

WAS  a co-founder of Splinter group and created Lawn (Winner of 3 Green Room Awards and nominated for two Helpman Awards) and Underneath. 

CREATED  and directed Today in The Lumina Room for Schauspielhaus Koeln in 2007.

HAS taught movement for actors at the National Theatre Drama School and at the University of Ballarat.

WAS  a company member of Meryl Tankard's Australian Dance Theatre and Tanztheater Basel.

WORKED  as a freelance artist for Joachim Schloemer, Force Majeur, Not Yet It's Difficult, Melinda Hetzel, Vienna Festival, Victorian Opera, Opera Australia, Steirischer Herbst Festival Graz, Kage, Chunky Move and Chamber Made Opera.

WAS  a movement teacher  for Tanztheatre Basel, Vienna Festival, V.C.A school of  music and the National Theatre drama school.

HAS  been  an assistant and associate director and choreographer with the Victorian Opera, Red Stitch, Steirischer Herbst Fest and Theater Basel.

WAS  the Festival Club Creative Director at the Adelaide Festival in 2013/2014.

WAS  the curator for Adelaide Festival club BARRIO in 2012. BARRIO was created with long term collaborator Geoff Cobham.

CREATED  LOLA’S PERGOLA for the Adelaide Festival working with Chef Duncan Welgemoed and the Happy Motel.

DIRECTED the Australian premiere of ‘Red Light Winter’ by Adam Rapp Griffin Theatre in 2007.

WAS   awarded the Arts SA Emerging Artist Award to complete a mentorship with Simon Phillips at the MTC as an Artistic Director 2006.

WAS  an Associate Director with the Adelaide Festival Centre Inspace program, directing his main stage debut ‘A Thing Called Snake’ 2005 by Stephen House.

INGRID

ROSS     

TORQUE SHOW was founded in 2010 by  Vincent Crowley, Ross Ganf and Ingrid Weisfelt. The company was formed as a means to extend Vincent, Ross and Ingrid’s arts practice  and to explore cross disciplinary story telling.


TORQUE SHOW  works are intellectually rigorous, matched with a strong experiential demand on audiences both in form and content.


ALL WORKS  are created through a collaborative process led by Vincent, Ross and Ingrid in various guises and roles.   This fluid authorship is the process by which we make our unique style of theatre and creates a stimulating and exciting working studio.