Kirk Page has worked in film, television and theatre as a performer, movement consultant and director for more than 20 years. As a choreographer, dancer and physical theatre practitioner he has worked with Legs on The Wall, the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony, Bangarra Dance Theatre and Force Majeure.
His directing credits include: Co-Director for Bathurst Circus and Physical Theatre Festival Catapult 2012; Director To Whom It May Concern at the Australian Centre for Theatre and Television; Associate Director Circus Oz Blakflip training program; Assistant Director Bloodlandwith STC and Posts in the Paddock with My Darling Patricia.
Kirk is NORPA’s Associate Artistic Director and the director of Djurra, a new NORPA work premiering in 2017. He is also the director of Horse’s Mouth – a program for emerging indigenous artists in partnership with Beyond Empathy.