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Canberra Theatre Centre values all of its staff, from the permanent staff members listed below, to the dozens of Front of House, Ticketing, Backstage and Administration casuals who all work tirelessly to deliver an exceptional patron experience.

Programming & Operations

Director Alex Budd

Chief Operating Officer Mike Domigan

Head of Programming & Presenter Services Gill Hugonnet

Manager, Program & Presenter Services Adam Deusien

Music and Comedy Programmer Jem Natividad

Front of House Manager Carole Arulantu

Deputy Front of House Manager Jeremy Drape

Personal Assistant to the Director Elysia Fisher

Finance & Data Coordinator Wendy Batchelor

Data Analyst Fran Tapia

Assistant Presenter Services Krystle Lollback

Building Services Manager Neil McRitchie

Technical Director Rohan Cutler

Technical Producer Roni Wilkinson

Head Mechanist Loki Clarke

Head of Lighting Stefan Wronski

Head Audio Technician Petar Milinkovic


Marketing Manager Adriana Law

Media Buyer/Assistant Marketing Manager Joseph Gleeson

Publicist/Assistant Marketing Manager Paige Mulholland

Digital Communications/Assistant Marketing Manager Caitlin Kerr

Digital Marketing/Assistant Marketing Manager Sam Kennedy-Hine

Campaign Manager/Digital Marketing Stephen Muffet

Marketing Coordinator/Social Media Brigette Honeyman

Discovery & Learning

Program Manager Annabel Scholes

Education Officer Peter Van Rijswijk

Training Coordinator Chris Maher

Canberra Ticketing

Manager Sam Hardiman

Box Office Coordinator Stephen Olah

To email any staff member above type – firstname.lastname@act.gov.au

Canberra Theatre Centre

Director Alex Budd


Phone 02 6243 5711 Fax 02 6243 5721

Canberra Ticketing

Phone 02 6275 2700 Fax 02 6230 1098

Cultural Facilities Corporation

Chair: Justice Richard Refshauge
Deputy Chair: Helen O’Neil
Board members: Ms Genevieve Jacobs, Shad Sears, Vicky Darling, Julian Widdup
Chief Executive Officer: Ms Harriet Elvin
Chief Finance Officer: Mr Ian Tidy


Canberra Theatre Centre is administered by the Cultural Facilities Corporation which receives financial funding assistance through the ACT Government’s Minister for the Arts.