giving theatre a queer poke up the arse


b. 1986, HK.

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Philpott & Campbell


image : lachlan philpott & alyson campbell


wreckedAllprods has trained and mentored artists in schools, universities and theatre companies around the world.

What we offer:

  • Teaching: intensives and workshops (for actors, writers, directors, dramaturgs).

  • Mentorship: we work with a number of emerging artists.

  • Dramaturgy: script and performance.

  • University workshops and productions:
    We  work with institutions to customise an experience for students. We draw from a training model we have developed  over years of education and artistic practice. Using one of Lachlan’s plays, Alyson and Lachlan plan workshops and/or stage a production. This process suits small to large casts of actors/performers. Contact us for more information.

  • Alyson is an Associate Professor in Theatre at the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne. She supervises various PhD and MFA research projects in the field of gender and queer theory/performance.

If you have any questions about the services we offer, contact us


wreckedAllprods is a queer performance collective formed in 2000 when Alyson Campbell and Lachlan Philpott met on a community outreach program for at-risk young people in the LGBTQI+ community.

Their work is distinct because of its queerness, the complex subtlety of its aesthetic and because it reflects an interest in going back as much as going forward. While Campbell and Philpott have forged separate individual careers, it is when collaborating together that they make work that pushes them both further to explore and develop new dramaturgical paradigms.

wreckedAllprods has created work in the UK, the USA and Australia, collaborating with many communities. Working across many different locations reflects an interest in making connections to other cultures, which in turn helps us to make sense of our own.

As an assemblage of queer performance-makers, wreckedAll provides a safe environment for emerging artists, and Campbell and Philpott are committed to mentoring and supporting future queer artists.