Memoria is a show about memories. Micro stories about the moments that shape us and how memories change over time.
Inspired by flash fiction and the narrative non-fiction form, Memoria is a podcast which explores slices of life; moments in time that have transformed people and shaped who they have become. Whether it is the moment you leave a destructive relationship, to the joy of discovering the taste of Wizz Fizz, these snapshots will be adapted into audio stories with actors, music, and sound.
- Nat VHost |Editor |Executive Producer
A jill of all trades, Nat has worked in film and theatre. She is currently studying Professional Writing and Editing at RMIT University. Natalie curates Memoria Podcast. Her role includes selecting the pieces, organising and conducting interviews with writers, sound design and editing podcast episodes and publication.
- Peta ManningIllustrator
- Amanda MihaContributorAmanda MihaContributor
Amanda is a Melbourne based screenwriter, playwright and copywriter. She likes to blog about the news we consume, and write conceptual pieces that explore characters who live on the fringe. When she is not writing she stares at a blank screen and eats.
- Petra GliesonActorPetra GliesonActor
A professional actor in film, television and theatre for over 20 years.
With leading guest roles in television dramas such as the ABC series Dr. Blake Mysteries & Its A Date, City Homicide, Neighbour’s, Blue Heelers, Stingers, State Coroner and the AFI nominated episode of Janus. She has performed with Machination Theatre Ensemble and works on Independent films with Impromptu Films and at the UBUD International Writer’s festival. In 2011 she continued her professional training at Ward Acting Studio in Melbourne and the U.S where she performed in two productions I Wish You a Boat and Almost Home. She produced and starred in the Ward Theatre Company’s Australian premiere of I Wish You a Boat in 2012 and the company’s highly acclaimed theatre adaptation of James Agee’s novel A Death in the Family in 2013. Petra is an Associate Head of Drama and Director for Stage School Australia and holds a degree in Performance Studies (B.A, V.U.T) and a degree in drama and education (B. Ed Deakin University).
- Hayden BurkeActorHayden BurkeActor
Hayden Burke - Performer, Theatre Maker
An energetic performance vessel, Hayden is a VCA acting graduate who enjoys collaborating with other creatives on devised work, existing texts, new writing, immersive theatre, audio based performance and clown.