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000 The Play

Returns in 2022

As the pandemic changes the nature of relationships, has it exacerbated certain relationship dynamics more than others? Or has it remained constant?

Based on true events, "000" explores how love evolves, and where the line between love and self-love gets blurred. We take you through an extraordinary journey of the female protagonist's understanding of the difference between love, self-love, respect and all the quintessential pillars that guide our sense of freedom. We explore the pillars with her, as her own insight into what it means to be truly loved evolves.

A dramatic masterpiece of the present day, "000 The Play" is a timely reminder for what it means to set yourself free, as echoed by the tagline

"Find the courage to free yourself". 

Our world premiere saw two sold-out shows! So we are working on bringing you some more!

2022 Melbourne Tickets are now on sale.

The creatives are...


Ruba El-kaddoumi



Ruba was born in Sydney, Australia. She moved to Bathurst NSW, to complete a Bachelor of Communications in Theatre/Media before relocating to the USA to complete her training as an actor.


Ruba trained at the Art of Acting Studio (Los Angeles) and at The Stella Adler Studio of Acting (New York City). She appeared in two productions in The Euripides Summer Festival (NYC, 2019), and as Andromache in A Time To Live (On-wheels Production NYC, 2019). Ruba played Meftune in the Short film Postcards From The Orient, which won best experimental in this year's Melbourne Short Film Festival and has been selected for an Honourable Mention Award at the Women's Voices Now Festival (LA), alongside being selected into this year's Beirut International Women Film Festival. She is currently playing Mavis Wittersham at The Genesian's Theatre run of Noel Coward's Home Chat.

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Regan James



Regan is a Melbourne-based actor bringing to life the role of Xen, having had experience in many films, television shows, and plays such as The Faceless Man, Toy and Saltbush. Regan is a talented artist, having trained at TAFTA, as well as numerous acting and improv workshops. He has recently performed as Xen in "000 The Play".

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Antonia Korn



Antonia is a Sydney-based Theatre and Screen actor who is currently studying a double degree of Science and Communications, at the University of Wollongong, and has over 10 years of dance and acting training.


For the past two years, Antonia has performed in the Sydney Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe Festival and the No: Intermission festival in Sydney after the resounding success of her show in Adelaide, as well as multiple short films and Revues for her University. Passionate about female-driven theatre, Antonia is looking forward to bringing Triple Zero to audiences, and is excited to be working on an Australian play, that showcases the trials and tribulations faced during crisis.

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Bella Barker



Bella has made her theatre debut in 2020 in Inspector Drake's Last Case with Brighton Theatre Company. She has also been involved in several screen projects over the past year, including lead roles in the Crowned by Tides Collide music video (Ten of Swords Media) and The Three Little Pigs in Interviews short film (The Buckmaster Institute).


Bella is honoured to be part of telling this important and thought-provoking story in “000: The Play”. She has recently played the female lead in the World Premier of "000 The Play".


Nina Harris



Nina is a talented actor who is currently also a student of the Justin Lehmann studio and a 2020 graduate of the 16th Street Actors Studio, under the tutelage of Iain Sinclair and Kim Krejus.


Born to a Lao mother and a New Zealand father, Nina immigrated from Laos to Australia in 2007. Her on-screen credits include the short film Back on My Feet as Yasmine and Harr Nguyen in the web series Phi and Me, which's been featured in the Sydney Writer's Festival, as well as the Miami Web Fest.


Eugenia Rahi



Eugenia Rahi is an Argentinean, Melbourne based actress and producer. She has been in love with the arts since a young age. Since arriving to Australia, she has been cast in award winning films and plays. She has produced and performed in Hostile State, a short film currently in the film festival circuit, as well as the play Chasing Yesterday showcased at Melbourne Fringe Festival 2019, having a sold-out season and glowing reviews. 


Eugenia has trained at The National Theatre, Howard Fine Acting Studio and NIDA Open.

Eugenia has recently played the male lead in the World Premier of "000 The Play".

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Jan Allen


Dr Jan Allen is currently working as an abstract visual artist and in her spare time supervises a number of PhD candidates.


Prior to her recent move into a more self-directed and creative lifestyle, Jan was the Academic Director of The Miecat Institute, a Higher Education Provider in Melbourne. In her role as Director, she led the ongoing refinement of Miecat's Masters and Professional Doctoral Programs in Therapeutic Arts Practice.


Her most recent artwork, created in 2020 during the Melbourne Covid lockdowns, concerns her finding a way back to arts making and to a practice that is filled with joy, curiosity and attentiveness to the present moment. Her aim is to cultivate an open mind-body that can relax into paradox and ambiguity.

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Natalie Rowe


Natalie has trained at NIDA and Film & Television Studios International. Throughout this time, she has been mentored by the likes of Andy McPhee and Paul O’Brien.

Natalie appeared in multiple wrestling shows, portraying the strong willed “Queen Bianka” over a 5-year span. This gave rise to Natalie’s true passion for acting.


Natalie has recently written a book (out later this year), ‘Between the Ropes’ based on her experiences through wrestling and her spiritual growth that is truly set to inspire and motivate people to be true to themselves and follow your dreams. 

Natalie has recently played the female lead in the World Premier of "000 The Play".


Michael Young


Michael is a 23-year-old actor who is trained in both stage and screen acting. He has had a passion for performing for as long as he can remember and is ecstatic to be part of such a new and immersive production.


Some of Michael’s notable performances are in productions such as Footloose Musical, Fame Musical, Blackrock, This Rose Has Thorns and Boy Meets Girl. 

Michael has recently played the male lead in the World Premier of "000 The Play".

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Oliver Ross


Passionate about worldbuilding and character, Oliver has worked on over 90 creative projects across film and theatre as a dramaturg and lighting, set and costume designer. He recently worked as a lighting designer for Big Big Big's Catching Jack at MICF, and Stella Young Award-winning Breeders at La Mama. Training on the job at Union House Theatre, he undertook mentorships with Lisa Mibus and Paul Lim, and received an MTC Behind the Curtain Award for his body of work backstage.


Working in production and wardrobe design, he's worked on short films in romantic comedy, sci-fi and initiatives around domestic violence prevention. He recently took part in a set design placement at Salty Theatre's Voldemort and the Teenage Hogwarts Musical, and his costume design work on The Will to Be toured with seasons at La Mama/Midsumma, Cooma and Melbourne and Adelaide Fringe Festivals.


Oliver is currently part of the writing team for upcoming queer webseries Wicked Women and a lyricist for the musical theatre lab The Breaths in Between (Eleven O'Clock Theatre). He was one of 13 creatives selected for Screen Australia's Developing the Developer initiative, and has trained through Untapped (Australians in Film) and Originate (Film Victoria, Arenamedia, SBS). He's programmed and pre-screened for tilde, Queer Screen and Mardi Gras Film Festivals, and recently got to do rough cut consultation work on feature film The Dry through Arenemedia.

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Visal Arambage


Viscero is an up and coming DJ based in Naarm. His style is hard to pin down, letting him to genre-span between house, acid breaks, afro, asian underground and rnb. Viscero has played at numerous events across the city alongside a selection of underground events.

Viscero has recently finished his very impressive run at the World Premiere of "000 The Play".

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Jules Wright



For over 12 years Jules has worked in all things sound with a focus on audio recording, mixing & mastering as well as producing music for a vast array of artists from around the world. Jules has produced and engineered for artists such as Rapsody (US), Masta Ace (US), Buckshot of Blackmoon/Boot Camp Clik (US), Eto (US) and many more. 


In 2015 he released the album Universal Language by AKD & Deepstar which was widely celebrated in the International Hip Hop scene and led to performances overseas, alongside a record deal with French label Effiscienz.


Within live sound he’s worked on performances for artists such as Kylie Minogue, Robbie Williams, Billy Joel, Tool, Rammstein, M.I.A. and many more. Jules is now focusing his skills on music composition and sound FX for film, theatre, games and advertising while still offering his services in all related disciplines.

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Christine Pearsall


Christine is currently studying at the Howard Fine Acting Studio of Australia. She has appeared as Cathryn Hawking in The Phoenix Files audio drama and starred in multiple short films. She also recently landed the role of Sylvie in Move Over Mrs Markham in 2020. She has trained under the likes of Howard Fine and Tony Knight.

Her passions also include Ballroom and Latin dancing and musical theatre, and she is delighted to be presently working with Melbourne Creatives. She has recently performed as Xen in the World Premiere of "000 The Play".


Raisa Hashem


Raisa is a multi-talented performance artist who found the Indian classical dance form - Odissi 8 years ago and fell in love with it instantly. To her, Odissi is yoga in movement. Deeply rooted in the tradition of yoga, the bhangis, the mudras, and the music of Odissi all work in unison to take the viewer on a journey of inner and outer discovery. Raisa has found that through Odissi she has learned to heal, gain strength, and continue working on integrating all parts of her life, all the relationships in her life, and all the versions of her, past and present. 

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Samantha Jones


Samantha is an actress originally from England, now living in Melbourne. She trained in acting for theatre from David Johnson, acting for film and television from Mark Hudson and Shakespearean acting from The Royal Shakespeare Company’s Simon Trinder. Over the past 10 years she has appeared in theatre, television and film. Most notably, she was lead in Broken Youth and Tea Bags and Tears at the Lowry Theatre, where she played Macbeth. On television she played Young Bancroft on ITVs crime thriller Bancroft. 

Samantha has recently performed as Naya in the World
Premiere of "000 The Play".


Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any comments or questions, or to learn more about how we can support your creative practice.

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