Since walking into a Rock & Roll Circus rehearsal at the Princess Theatre as a drama student in 1998, Allie Wilde has become a highly sought-after producer, circus choreographer, acrobat, aerialist, agent, trainer, mentor and programmer. She is an internationally recognised specialist in delivering unique, site-specific and highly physical hybrid art performance works.
Allie applies a theatrical focus to all her work and truly enjoys working with communities and artists to deliver uniquely tailored creative outcomes for many clients. She has an extensive Australian and international performance and producing history. This experience brings a richness and depth of understanding to her work, her relationship with the artists she engages and the clients and communities she works with. Be it small scale or vast scale, Allie loves to collaborate and believes passionately in the value and necessity of Art to society.
Just some of the companies that Allie has created bespoke entertainment for include Brisbane City Council, Urban Utilities, Jack Morton International, Uhan Shii Cultural Collaboration & Theatre Company (Taiwan), Canal City- Fukuoka (Japan), Queensland Arts Council, Warrawa Arts (Taiwan), SunPAC, Strut & Fret Production House, Arts Centre Gold Coast, Artslink, Queensland Music Festival – Youth Touring Program, Queensland Arts Council, Homunculus Theatre, IZIT? Entertainment, Vulcana Women’s Circus, Flipside Circus, Circa, Rock ’n’ Roll Circus, Aerial Angels, La La Parlour, Gale & Vallance, Fractal Theatre Company, Quilpie Fringe Festival, Adelaide Fringe Festival, Queensland Youth Ballet, Woodford Folk Festival, DG Theater (Netherlands), Hans De Visser (Netherlands), Surfers Paradise Street & Fringe Festival, Surfers Paradise Alliance, Australian Circus Festival, Warrawa Arts (Taiwan), Southern Cross University, The Brisbane Ekka!, Slack Taxi, Hype Entertainment, Pen 2 Stage (Singapore & Brisbane), Top Chick Management, Queensland Theatre Company, Ozworks, Zest Factor, Versace (Gold Coast) and Tashmadada (Vic).