ABOUT CATNIP PRODUCTIONS
Welcome to Catnip Productions, a theatre production company devoted to the creation, development, and professional production of contemporary works.
We are interested in theatre as a platform for discussion and of exploring and interrogating pertinent issues.
We support Academic freedom - Freedom of thought, of discussion and to debate. To foster the ability to discuss challenging ideas.
Catnip Productions was founded in 2012 by Producer and Actress Cat Dibley. Cat brings with her over 10 years of experience in theatre nationally and internationally. Catnip Productions has received nominations for Sydney Theatre Awards, worked at leading theatre companies in Australia and overseas, and with some of Broadways biggest literary agents.
Catnip Productions is dedicated to empowering Australia's next generation of Producers and has been published in Arts Hub on the subject. As part of our ongoing support of the independent sector, Catnip Productions operates in five main areas – producing local theatre productions, tour production, freelance producing, Producing Workshops and one-on-one mentoring.
ABOUT FOUNDER, CAT DIBLEY
Some of Cat's most notable producing credits including: 4000 Miles (Catnip, Mophead and Critical Stages National Tour), AM I (Shaun Parker & Co, European Tour and Malaysian Tour), Blue Love (Shaun Parker & Co, Germany), A Riff on Keef (Ocelot Productions & Griffin Independent), Animal / People (Rock Surfers Theatre Co), Platonov (MopHead & Catnip Productions), The Way Things Work (Rock Surfers Theatre Co), The Removalists (Rock Surfers Theatre Co & Critical Stages, Australian tour), FUNPARK (Sydney Festival ‘14), Starlight Stories (Starlight Foundation & Earth Key), 4000 Miles (MopHead & Catnip Productions at ATYP and La Boite Theatre Company), Songs For the Fallen (Michael Sieders & Critical Stages) and Punk Rock (pantsguys Productions).
Cat graduated from Actors Centre Australia in 2010 where she received the Juli Batten scholarship.
In 2013, Cat was invited to work at Lookingglass Theatre in Chicago on the production Big Lake Big City directed by David Schwimmer.
If you interested in collaborating or wish to participate in our workshops or mentor programs, send us an email on the Contact page.