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toby schmitz

In Theatre on December 16, 2009 at 10:46 pm

Toby Schmitz (b. 1977) graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art in 1999. He acts, writes and directs for theatre, film and television.

Acting credits include:


Sydney Theatre Company The Great Man (2000), The School for Scandal (2001), Hanging Man (2002), Major Barbara (2003), Self Esteem (2007), The Great (2008), Rabbit (2008), Travesties (2009). Griffin Theatre Company The Boyce Trilogy: The Woman with Dog’s Eyes (2004), The Marvellous Boy (2005), The Emperor of Sydney (2006). Company B Ruben Guthrie (2009). B Sharp dreamalittledreamalittle (2000), Ruben Guthrie (2008), The Lonesome West (2009). Tamarama Rock Surfers Men (2000), One Thumb Out (2002), Fifteen – And then some (2004), Cunt Pi (2005).


Griff the Invisible (2010), Agoraphobia in the Desert of the Real (2009), Three Blind Mice (2009), The Heist (2007), My Last Ten Hours with You (2007), Emulsion (2006), Solo (2006), Somersault (2004), Right Here, Right Now (2004), The Rage in Placid Lake (2003).


City Homicide, Home and Away, McLeod’s Daughters, The Heartbreak Tour, The Cooks, White Collar Blue, Water Rats, Fat Cow Motel, The Pacific.

Directing credits include:

A Boy’s Life (2000)
Fifteen – And then some (2004)
Work in Progress (2006)
Capture the Flag (2007)
This Is How It Goes (2008)

Playwriting credits include:

dreamalittledreamalittle (B Sharp)
Lucky (ATYP) – winner Patrick White Playwrights’ Award 2002
Chicks Will Dig You! (B Sharp) – winner New Dramatists Award 2004
Capture the Flag (Tamarama Rock Surfers)
This Blasted Earth, with Travis Cotton and Tim Minchin (Tamarama Rock Surfers)
Pan (B Sharp)
Cunt Pi (Tamarama Rock Surfers)
Fifteen – And then some (Tamarama Rock Surfers)
Grazing the Phosphorus (NIDA)
The Point of the Story (Tamarama Rock Surfers)


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