Our Journey

The Last Great Hunt is an internationally renowned, artist- led theatre company that creates ambitious and exceptional theatrical experiences that engage a broad range of audiences across Australia and the world.


We do this by empowering our six Core Artists – Gita Bezard, Adriane Daff, Jeffrey Jay Fowler, Arielle Gray, Chris Isaacs, and Tim Watts – and their collaborators, to develop and freely apply their diverse range of skills to create high quality, rigorous, relevant and entertaining original theatre. We present and tour an ambitious and eclectic variety of forms, styles and experiences from our home here in Boorloo (Perth) on Whadjuk Noongar Boodjar, in Western Australia.


We aim to be recognised as a sustainable, Perth-based global theatrical force, regularly creating acclaimed, invigorating, original work. We take a leadership role in the development of the arts in Perth, while offering opportunities, resources and development to our artists and staff.

Our Vision

A world enriched by theatre

Our Purpose

Empowering artists and audience to connect through original and exciting theatre.

Our values

In the processes we enact and the creative product we make, we reward intelligent risk taking and embrace collaboration.


Collaboration and process form the basis of everything we do.


We make bold moves – embracing the opportunity to learn from failure.


Everyone is welcome to play with us. We strive to provide equitable access and opportunities to all; on and off stage


People, art and the environment inspire our work. We tread lightly on the planet, and work conscientiously to implement sustainable work practices.


We are agile and proactive in adapting to the evolving needs of our society, audience, and artists.

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The Last Great Hunt acknowledges the first peoples of the lands on which we live, play, and work.

We are on the lands of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation, and the lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation.

We pay our respects to these traditional custodians who have nurtured and cared for the land we are on, and we honour their Elders past and present.

We recognise these nations and their long and ongoing contribution to the cultural and environmental landscape we operate within.

Sovereignty of these lands was never ceded.

For more information on these nations and their treasured cultures visit: Noongar Nation and Eora Nation