Pippa Bailey

 

Pippa Bailey started her career as a performer and reporter/producer with SBSTV. She travelled to London via the Kyoto Earth Summit, was Artistic Director for The Museum Of on London’s South Bank and oh!art@Oxford House, a community arts centre in East London. As an associate director with The World Famous – innovate company of pyrotechnicians 2002-12, she helped create large outdoor shows including signature events for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Pippa also produced the Total Theatre Awards at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2007-12. Since 2007 she has been developing BiDiNG TiME, an international participatory theatre response to economic and environmental crisis and the need to empower women. Through this project Pippa was selected to be one of the Libertine 100 (London, 2015); one of one hundred women with ideas that could change the world. Pippa returned to Australia in 2013 to work as a senior producer with Performing Lines where she produces the work of extraordinary independent artists including Ghenoa Gela, The Climate Guardians and Sandra Thibodeaux’s The Age of Bones. Pippa is an International Associate with Musical Theatre Network (London) and recently joined the Advisory Board of the IETM – International Exchange for Theatre and the Performing Arts network (Brussels).