Trevor Keeling

Trevor Keeling has been involved in the arts and creative industries for 40 years in Australia, South Africa and Zimbabwe. He has been an actor, theatre director, journalist and critic, publisher, broadcaster, music festival director, event manager and arts administrator. Since coming to Australia in 1991, he appeared in numerous productions in Adelaide, and was Festival Director of the Glenelg Jazz Festival for six years. He was General Manager of Dancenorth in Townsville (2005-2006 and 2011-2014) and for three years was CEO of Mirndiyan Gunana Aboriginal Corporation, which included managing the world-renowned Indigenous Mornington Island Dancers. He has worked in urban, regional and remote environments in Australia and has a particular focus on regional arts and the connection to community.

Trevor's Latest Articles

Chewing Gum Dreams. Image is of a black teenage girl sitting on a block, wearing school uniform and looking shocked.
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Theatre review: Chewing Gum Dreams, Clubhouse Theatre, Townsville

A solo show that traverses the life of a black teenager teetering on the edge of adulthood.

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Theatre review: Measure for Measure, Queens Gardens, Townsville

Style and substance succeed in this little-staged Shakespeare play.

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Music review: Australian Concerto and Vocal Competition, Townsville Civic Centre

The final gala concerts featured virtuoso performances in both vocal and instrumental categories.

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Theatre review: Puffs, Clubhouse Theatre, Townsville

A strong ensemble deliver an energetic performance of this Harry Potter parody.

Features

From Twelfth Night to Salt Waves Fresh: Shakespeare in FNQ

Fulbright Scholar Professor Gretchen Minton has been reworking Shakespeare, working with TheatreiNQ in Far North Queensland.

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Theatre review: Bloody Mary, Clubhouse Theatre Queensland

One of history's lesser known figures, Mary Tudor, the first regent queen of England, gets her time in the spotlight.

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Theatre review: Xmas Crackers

Silly and funny in equal measures, a cracking good show.

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Dance review: Tomorrow Makers 5, Dancenorth

An impressive season of four short dance works presented by Dancenorth.

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Theatre review: The Tempest

TheatreiNQ produces a show that was 'the stuff dreams are made of.'

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Theatre review: The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui

This version of Brecht's 1941 parable play hits contemporary notes.

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