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Andrew Henry is the Artistic Director of Red Line Productions and an award-winning theatre and screen actor and producer. 

An alumni from the School at Steppenwolf in Chicago, Andrew’s theatre credits include The Blind Giant is Dancing (Belvoir), Of Mice and Men (Sport for Jove), Orphans (Red Line Productions), Freud's Last Session (QPAC), Europe (Seymour Centre), Howie The Rookie (Red Line Productions), All My Sons (Eternity Playhouse), Frankenstein (Ensemble Theatre), Reasons to be Pretty (Darlinghurst Theatre Company), The Schelling Point (Tamarama Rock Surfers) and The Chronic-Ills of Robert Zimmerman (Tamarama Rock Surfers).

Andrew has been nominated for three Sydney Theatre Awards for Best Actor, and won for his performance in Howie the Rookie directed by Toby Schmitz. Andrew also received the Taffy Davis memorial award for Best Actor for All My Sons.

As Artistic Director of Red Line Productions, Andrew has programmed over 90 productions for an audience of over 170,000. These productions have included the commissioning and World Premieres of Louis Nowra’s This Much Is True, Degenerate Art by Toby Schmitz and King Of Pigs by Steve Rodgers (2018 GLUGS Award Winner for Best Independent Production), the Australian Premieres of international titles including The Wolves, The Humans, and the 2017 Sydney Theatre Award Winner for Best Independent Production for A View From The Bridge.

Andrew’s television Credits Include: Janet King (Season 2), Secret City, The Code (Season 2), The Cut, Love Child (Season 3), Top Of The Lake (Season 2) and Playmakers American series The Reckoning.



Vanessa Wright is the Executive Director of Red Line Productions. 

Vanessa has 17 years experience in the Australia theatre industry on hundreds of national productions as a producer, production manager, company manager, tour manager and stage manager.

Vanessa has toured extensively throughout Australia on many productions including multiple children's theatre productions.



Matthew is the Associate Producer of Red Line Productions.

Matthew has over 14 years experience in the entertainment industry, with five years experience at one of the nation’s largest entertainment companies, The Mushroom Group, as a Booking Agent and Tour Manager.

Matthew is a 2015 graduate of Actor’s Centre Australia. Theatre credits include The Flick by Annie Baker, directed by Craig Baldwin (Outhouse/Seymour Centre), Birdland by Simon Stephens, directed by Anthony Skuse (New Theatre) and Kayak by Katherine Thomson, directed by Adam Cook (Cross Pollinate/Old Fitz Theatre). Screen credits include Growing Up Gracefully (ABC/Giant Dwarf), Deadly Women (Netflix), Ladylike (Chekhov’s Gun Pictures) and Starting From Now (Endemol). 

Matthew has independently produced Moth by Declan Greene at ATYP and the upcoming WINK by Jen Silverman at Kings Cross Theatre, associate produced Youth + Destination by James Raggatt at Kings Cross Theatre, and assistant directed Permission To Spin by Mary Rachel Brown for Apocalypse Theatre and Babes In The Woods for Don’t Look Away Productions, both at the Old Fitz Theatre.


PRODUCTION MANAGER: Genevieve Muratore

Since completing a Bachelor of Performance at AIM Dramatic Arts (formerly AADA) in 2014, Genevieve has acted as a stage and production manager for Red Line Productions at the Old Fitz Theatre on several productions (Fierce, Dolores, This Boy’s In Love, Infinity Taster, Resplendence, MEN, Howie The Rookie, 4:48 Psychosis, Andrew Henry’s Vertical Dreaming, there will be a climax, The Wolves, Toby Schmitz Live, Stalking The Bogeyman and Degenerate Art) and is the resident stage and production manager for the Red Line Productions Underground Season. 

Gen also appeared in short films Pervulgo and Scapegoat, and received a nomination for Most Outstanding Performance at the Sydney Film School Awards for her performance in Love Addicts. Her stage acting credits include Sam Shepard’s Red Cross for Sydney Fringe Festival, and Nell Gwynn at the New Theatre