Monthly Archives: September 2011


Thursday 27th October….

So …the amount raised by Satyagraha – the Word was  $623.15 – a fantastic effort from everyone that worked so hard to make this happen.


Jodi Craig for allowing us to perform at the Joynt, to Bridget O’Donoghue and Steve Reinthal for performing on the night, to Mischa Reinthal for performing, to Blair Marks for donating his time and skill with audio production on the night, to Adam Wolter and James Stafford for use of the multi-cam studio at Griffith Film School, to George for such speedy and best priced t shirt printing, and especially to Dr Susanna Chamberlain for teaching, encouraging and inspiring us all to make a difference, and finally…. to every gorgeous being in my tutes who have contributed their own version of truth and love…

I especially want to thank the production crew:- Moni (superb project management), Anna (angelic beingness), Lynsey (merchandise management), Steve (expertise, time and love), Jane (fantastic raffle sales and team support), Nicholas (camera operating and merchandise), Felicity (documentary film), Sereen (wristbands yay), Mercedes (online communications) Emma (promotions), Ange (merchandise), Shannon (promotions), Olivia (promotions and sneaky windscreen flyers), Brett (camera operating and shield making), Elizabeth (studio floor/live stage managing and camera operator), Keshia (DOP and networker extraordinaire ***), Andrew (DOP, vision mixer and editor) Betty (sonic hugs and promotions… the sonic hug WILL happen) and Tyson (stickers!), Kate (donating the raffle prizes of wine, NY cab picture and headbands) and to Kaylee(moral support, doll wrangling, script consultant) and everyone else who contributed to the exhausting job of raising the money, promoting the gig, seeking avenues to promote the gig, buying stock for our products, utilising so much personal intitiative, donating so much more time than any other first year uni class demands (I saw how hard you worked) and …. for being the elegantly understated behind-the-scenes production team who made this really happen.

We didn’t just talk about Social Enterprise, we didn’t just imagine Social Enterprise. You did it.

To the performers…. well … what more can I say? Great and amazing work. Thanks to the people that improvised and tried stuff, even if it didn’t get performed, (Sai, Tara, Shannon, Josh, Sheena, Myint, Daniel), it all added to the creative development of the project. To Hannah, thanks for being this project’s steel-eyed coordinator, for being so flexible and sensible, for being a hugely resourceful advisor and sounding board, and especially for your help in keeping me sane…