Mark Wilson works as a director, devisor, dramaturg, performer and writer. As a maker/performer he has collaborated with Brian Lipson on The History of the Damnable Life and Deserved Death of Doctor John Faustus (Fringe, ACM); Alice Will Caroline on Doors Shut (Fringe/Temperance Hall); and Triage Live Art Collective. Before the pandemic, he created and performed three radical Shakespeare adaptations: Unsex Me, Richard II and Anti-Hamlet. Directing credits include Declan Furber Gillick’s Jacky (MTC) and Bighouse Dreaming (Fringe, Brisbane/Darwin Festivals), Rory Godbold’s Code of Conduct, Emma Hall’s World Problems (Amsterdam) and Michael Gow’s Sweet Phoebe (Red Stitch). He was dramaturg on Emily Godard’s This is Eden directed by Susie Dee. His first feature as writer-director, The End of A Childhood, based on the work of Henry Handel Richardson, is currently in postproduction. He trained at Monash, VCA, Ecole Philippe Gaulier and is an International Fellow of Shakespeare’s Globe in London. He teaches regularly at VCA. His shows have won awards at Melbourne Fringe and at the Greenroom Awards.