Ingle Knight: Writer
Ingle Knight has had many plays and musicals professionally produced—including these.
Dolphin Talk: produced and toured across Australia, Canada and theatre festivals worldwide.
Wicked: The Australian Critics' choice for the 1996 Best New Play of the Year in WA.
Bullyfruit: nominated for 1997 Gold Swan Award.
Milk and Honey: winner of the 1999 Premiers Book Award, script category.
Wrote and performed in 52 episodes of Let's Have Music for ABC Radio, teaching kids across Australia to enjoy and appreciate music.
Most recent writing for TV was two episodes of The Gift for Barron Films.
In 1998 the first participant in the inaugural WA/South Africa Playwright's Exchange.
Lectured in scriptwriting at Murdoch University and was a script consultant for Perth Theatre Company and the WA Playwright's Consortium.
|1980||The Shshsh Journey and
The Unheard World of Jasper Lawson
|NSW Theatre of the Deaf|
|1981||Theodore Signposts in History||NSW Theatre of the Deaf|
|1982||White Nancy||Griffin Theatre Company|
|1983||26 episodes of Let's have Music||ABC Radio|
|1984||26 episodes of Let's have Music||ABC Radio|
|1986||Wrote for Maths Break||ABC Education Television|
|1987||Sportdance||Still Moves Dance Laboratory|
|Script Assessor||WA Playwrights Conference|
|1988||Idol Rumours||Curtin Theatre Company|
|Co-wrote Trim, The Cat Who Discovered Australia||WA Theatre Company|
|1989||Co-wrote Dolphin Talk||Acting Out Theatre Company|
|Dramaturg: The Great Railways Picnic||Acting Out Theatre Company|
|Tyger, Tyger Workshopped||Writers Performers Inc|
|1990||Jenny goes Wild||Acting Out Theatre Company|
|1991||Co-wrote Wicked||Acting Out Theatre Company|
|The Voyage of Vasco Pyjama||(Based on the work of Michael Leunig) Acting Out and WA State Theatre Company|
|1992||The Whale||Coco Youth and Acting Out|
|Commissioned to write Defying Gravity||PTC/Aust Council|
|Don't Shoot the Driver||Kwinana City Council/Transport Union|
|1993||Commissioned to write Wadgemup||Yirra Yakin|
|Commissioned to write Bullyfruit|
|Writer-in-residence||Esperance Theatre Guild|
|Commissioned to adapt Elizabeth Jolley's Milk and Honey||PTC|
|1996||Wadgemup||Aboriginal Performance Centre|
|1997||Thermophobia (Defying Gravity)||Fairweather Productions|
|Two episodes of The Gift (TV mini-series)||Barron Entertainment|
|1998||Milk and Honey||Perth Theatre Company|
|Inaugural Playwrights Exchange Residency||Windybrow Theatre Johannesburg|
|1999||Won Premiers Book Prize for Theatre for Milk and Honey|
|2000-||The Getaway Bus||Perth Festival Fringe production February 2000|
Edinburgh Festival 2001
Australian Tour 2003 with 'Playing Australia'
|2000-||The Exploding Breakfast||Perth Theatre Company production July 2000|
ABC Radio National
Toronto Fringe Festival July 2008
La Mama Melbourne August 2008
|2002||The Life and Times of an FB Holden||Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts|
|2003||Shadow of the Eagle||Perth Theatre Company|
John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library
National Tour 2004
|2008||Taking Liberty||Perth Theatre Company|
|2011||Taking Liberty||Deckchair Theatre, December 2-17|
|2012||The Fremantle Candidate||Deckchair Theatre, 19 July - 5 August|
The Fremantle Candidate
The run of The Fremantle Candidate mounted by Deckchair Theatre was at PICA is 23 July - 5 August 2012. Direction was by Chris Bendall. In the cast were Steve Turner, Igor Sas, James Hagan, Geoff Kelso, Christie Sistrunk and Benj D'Addario. [That's not Christie Sistrunk in the poster image.]
Ingle discusses the making of The Fremantle Candidate - on youtube.
Also on youtube, Steve Turner on playing John Curtin.
Christie Sistrunk on playing Elsie Curtin.
Geoff Kelso on youtube on playing Walter Murdoch.
Chris Bendall on youtube on directing The Fremantle Candidate.
Mark Naglazas, 'Play raises the Curtin'
Stephen Bevis, 'Play moves to PICA'
Ron Banks' review of The Fremantle Candidate in the West Australian
Victoria Laurie's review in The Australian
Taking Liberty, in its DeckChair Fremantle reincarnation, received excellent reviews. Here is one by Nerida Dickinson, ArtsHub. And here is David Zampatti's review in The West Australian. But here's the best one: Julie Hern in Australian Stage.