Inspired by the highs and lows of pop culture, we make ambitious, large-scale, live cinematic performances that are deliberately accessible and formally rigorous. With a shared passion for live performance and cinematography, re:group brings together four friends with harmonious skills and a collaborative drive to stage work we want to see.
Carly Young is a performer, theatre collaborator and producer based in Hobart. She co-founded re:group performance collective, Woodcourt Art Theatre, and is currently the Associate Producer at Merrigong Theatre Company. Major artistic collaborations include Route Dash Niner at Merrigong Theatre Company (2016-2017), Hotel Obscura at FAI AR, Marseille (2015); Carly and Troy do ‘A Doll’s House’ at Crack Theatre Festival Newcastle (2013), Adelaide Fringe Festival (2014), You Are Here Festival (2014), La Mama Theatre (2016); LOVELY with PACT centre for emerging artists (2014); and durational performance work YOWZA YOWZA YOWZA with Deborah Pollard, Performance Space and the University of Wollongong (2014). Carly has worked as a creative producer across visual arts, music, dance and performance, and has led programs and workshops as a tutor with young people at Shopfront Arts Co-op, Spark Youth Theatre and Campbelltown Arts Centre.
Jackson Davis is a theatre maker, writer and performer based in Hobart. Since graduating with Honours from the University of Wollongong in 2012, Jackson has co-founded re:group performance collective and collaborates on new performance works with an emphasis on popular culture and videography.
Steve Wilson-Alexander is a theatre performer/devisor living in Sydney. He is a founding member of re:group performance collective and FAST PRINCESS based at Cerebral Palsy Alliance. He was a member of PACT Collective 2015 and was Youth Artist in Residence at Wollongong Youth Centre 2012. Steve grew up in Thirroul, and graduated with First Class Honours in Performance from UOW.
Solomon Thomas is a theatre maker, video designer and performer currently situated in Sydney. He graduated with BCA Honours in Performance from the University of Wollongong in 2013. For the past five years Solomon has been actively engaged in creating and performing work for both independent and main stage theatre. He is a core member of re:group performance collective, Monday Night Cards and Woodcourt Art Theatre. His collaborations include Jackson! Le Diner Est Pret! (Woodcourt Art Theatre, 2013), The Encounter (Adelaide Fringe, 2014 and La Mama, 2016), The Face Show (Shopfront Art Co-Op, 2014), LOVELY (PACT, 2015), Fire Island (University of Wollongong, 2015, Tom William Mitchell (Woodcourt Art Theatre, 2017), Kraken Play (Crack Theatre Festival, 2017), Spacejunk (Sydney Observatory, 2018), Lifestyles of the Richard and Family (Next Wave, 2018). Solomon has worked as a performer on Nick Cave’s Heard Sydney (2016), My Darling Patricia's The Piper Sydney Festival (2014) and the Edinburgh Fringe (2015) and in development with Branch Nebula, Studio A and Erth. Solomon is currently a puppeteer with Erth Visual & Physical Inc (2014-18) and has toured with them throughout the UAE, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia and Japan.