Theatre Director / University Lecturer
Lynne Bradley bills herself as a "teaching-artist". In 1992 she co-founded one of the world's first physical theatre companies - ZEN ZEN ZO. Initially a performer, Lynne moved into directing in 1999, and has spent the past two decades creating dynamic new contemporary performance works in Australia and abroad.. She also has her PhD and runs a Performing Arts Master's program at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Her areas of interest include physical theatre, cross-cultural performance, innovation and artist sustainability.
Creating performance entrepreneurs
BY LYNNE BRADLEY
@ VOL 24
ON NOV 14, 2017
Lynne Bradley has worked as a director, choreographer, performer and actor-trainer in Brisbane and abroad for the past 30 years. In 1992 she founded Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre with Simon Woods, and spent two decades building Zen Zen Zo into an internationally renowned performance and training centre. Lynne is passionate about physical theatre, cross-cultural arts collaboration, innovation, sustainability, and mentoring - which is why she took on her current role running the new Master of Professional Practice (Performing Arts) at USC.
Her goal during the course of the one-year program is to assist emerging and mid-career artists to become more sustainable, using the model of the “Creative Entrepreneur”.