Declan Greene

DECLAN GREENE is a theatre-maker and Resident Artist at Malthouse Theatre. In 2018 Greene directed Malthouse Theatre and Sydney Theatre Company’s co-production of Blackie Blackie Brown and has adapted Lars Von Triers 2011 feature film Melancholia for the stage. As a playwright, his work includes Moth, Pompeii L.A., Eight Gigabytes of Hardcore Pornography, I Am A Miracle, and The Homosexuals, or ‘Faggots’, which have been produced across Australia, Europe, the US, and the UK. Awards include the Malcolm Robertson Prize, the Max Afford Playwright’s Award, the AWGIE for Theatre for Young Audiences, and the Green Room Award for Best Original Writing. As a director and dramaturg, works include Zoey Dawson’s The Unspoken Word is ‘Joe’ (MKA / Griffin Independent) and Conviction (ZLMD Shakespeare), and the Listies’ Hamlet: Prince of Skidmark (Sydney Theatre Company). Alongside Ash Flanders, Greene co-runs queer independent theatre company Sisters Grimm, and has directed and co-created all their shows to date – including Little Mercy (Sydney Theatre Company), The Sovereign Wife (MTC Neon), Summertime in the Garden of Eden (Theatre Works / Griffin Independent), Calpurnia Descending (Malthouse Theatre / Sydney Theatre Company), and Lilith: The Jungle Girl (MTC).