Patina Productions Incorporated is a not for profit association established by Julie Baz and David Jeffrey to curate, develop and support the plays and musicals presented in the LIMELIGHT ROOM.

The LIMELIGHT ROOM on Level 2 of LIMELIGHT ON OXFORD has up to 38sqm of performance space and seating for up to 48 people.

We collaborate with both emerging and seasoned indie creatives who can demonstrate the commitment, capacity and enthusiasm required to stage a world class indie show. The shows are either presented by or in association with
Patina Productions.

 







JULIE BAZ

Julie is the co‐founder of Patina Productions. She previously co‐ founded The Depot Theatre, Sydney Independent Theatre Company (SITCO), and Sydney Shakespeare Festival. For The Depot Theatre, Julie produced and directed the award winning musical Company (2018), Alison's House by Susan Glaspell (2018), The Big Meal by Dan LeFranc (2017), Technicolor Life by Jami Brandli (2017), Willy Russell’s award winning masterpiece, Educating Rita (2017), new Australian plays Cristina in the Cupboard by Paul Gilchrist (2016), Plaything by Simon Dodd (2016) and Through a Beaded Lash by Robert Allan (2015); Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen (2015) and The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov (2015). For SITCO in 2014, Julie directed the Pulitzer nominated THOM PAIN (based on nothing) by Will Eno. In 2013, she directed the world premieres of the Australian plays, An Ordinary Person by Robert Allan and Friday by Daniela Giorgi and Something Natural But Very Childish by Gary Abrahams. Also for SITCO, she directed Andrew Bovell's Australian classic When the Rain Stops Falling, Educating Rita by Willy Russell and the world premieres of The Liar’s Bible by Fiona Samuel and The Complete Package by Robert Allan. For Sydney Shakespeare Festival, Julie directed 12 of Shakespeare’s classics between 2008‐2013. In 2004, Julie established a theatre at The Roxbury Hotel in Glebe staging six productions.


DAVID JEFFREY

David Jeffrey is co‐founder of Patina Productions & Limelight on Oxford. He previously co‐founded The Depot Theatre, Sydney Independent Theatre Company (SITCO), and Sydney Shakespeare Festival. For The Depot Theatre he produced & designed Company, Alison’s House by Susan Glaspell, The Big Meal by Dan LeFranc Technicolor Life by Jami Brandli, Educating Rita by Willy Russell, Plaything by Simon Dodd, Cristina in the Cupboard by Paul Gilchrist, Through a Beaded Lash by Robert Allan and The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov and Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen. Other recent theatre credits include The Les Robinson Story & Belle of the Cross, THOM PAIN (based on nothing) by Will Eno, An Ordinary Person by Robert Allan, Friday by Daniela Giorgi, Something Natural But Very Childish written and adapted by Gary Abrahams, When the Rain Stops Falling by Andrew Bovell, Educating Rita by Willy Russell (2012) and the world premieres of The Liar’s Bible by Fiona Samuel (2012) and The Complete Package by Robert Allan (2011). For Sydney Shakespeare Festival, David has produced & designed 12 of Shakespeare's classics. From 2004‐2006 he staged six seasons for Go Theatre.

 

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