Amy Sole

Amy Sole

Amy Sole is a proud Wiradjuri/Worimi person. Amy is a director, playwright, actor, dramaturg,

producer and advocate. They are current graduand of the MFA (Directing) at NIDA, and hold a

Master of Theatre (Playwriting) from VCA, and an Advanced Diploma in Acting at AFTT.

Recent works for theatre include Burning (writer/director, NIDA, 2022), Nan’s Place (writer,

Ilbijerri Theatre Company as part of Blackwrights, 2020-21), Doing (writer/director, Kings Cross

Theatre, 2019).

Amy has worked as assistant director on productions of God’s Country (NIDA, 2022),

Metamorphoses (NIDA, 2021), RENT (Sydney Opera House, 2021). Amy regularly directs

developments of new works at Darlinghurst Theatre Company, including Dylan Van Den Berg’s

way back when in 2020. Amy has worked in various roles at Queensland Theatre Company,

Moogahlin Performing Arts, Hayes Theatre Co, and Playwriting Australia including production,

dramaturgy, and consulting.

They are currently Creative Director of Big Blak Bang, a festival of First Nations storytelling and

Artist-in-Residence at Darlinghurst Theatre Company, Co-Founder of Puddle or Pond Theatre

Company, and a sitting Co-Chair of the Equity Diversity Committee.