Performance-making & performing

The Lion Never Sleeps:  a walking performance through the streets of Northbridge (WA) - uncovering and retracing Perth's queer histories and the community's response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. An intergenerational dialogue and queer family-making project

Performed as part of FRINGEWORLD 2020 at the Blue Room Theatre's Summer Nights (January 28-February 2 2020) 

Development as part of The Blue Room Theatre Winter Nights (24-27 July 2019) 

Development through the Still Here LGBTQIA+ artists lab through Propel Youth Arts WA & Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts

Review in Out in Perth:

Interview in Perth Voice:

Mentioned in Australian Book Review's 2019 Arts Highlights of the Year

The Trouble-Makers: a dinner party meets solo show

Performed at You Are Here Festival in Canberra - October 2019 and Batch Festival, Griffin Theatre Sydney (April 24 & 25 2020) 

Developed as a 2019 resident artist at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts

Review from Helen Musa in City News 

Interview on PICA website:


Devisor and Puppeteer at Spare Parts Puppet Theatre 

Big Bangs - First Hands Resident Artist

Above photos by Georgia Ivers

Below photo by Tasha Tong Faye

Fed Up!  Jenn Jamieson 

Mahoganny - an interdisciplinary musical & visual arts collaboration

Community Organiser & Teaching Artist

Co-organiser of Arts and Cultural Workers for Climate Action:

Woodside with the Climate campaign 

DADAA (Disability in the Arts, Diversity in the Arts) - Mentor and Teacher 


Unrule: The Blue Room Theatre & Hey!Precious

Our Sandman - presented by Elsewhere/Rebecca and Cool Change Contemporary

Valentine - presented by Rachael Woodward and the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts

BORDERS: A sixteen-hour durational performance installation at Spectrum Gallery 13 & 14 October 2018:

Interrogating my family history, Australia's immigration policy, witnessing & complicity 

Photos by Zal Kanga-Parabia

Writer & Director of ADA as part of WAAPA's 2018 Tilt program at the Blue Room Theatre 

A fierce feminist work about the life of the world's first computer programmer Ada Lovelace.

Co-created with Madeleine McKeown 

Performed by Madeleine McKewon, Evelyn Snook, Tamara Creasey, Karina White and Amelia Burke

Photography by Stephen Heath 

Performer in HOWL by Aphids at Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, July 2018 

Photography by Aaron Claringbold

Co-creator and Performer of Miss Westralia: an original musical based on the life of the very first Miss Australia Beryl Mills 

Premiered at FRINGEWORLD 2018, His Majesty's Theatre Perth 20-24 February 

Presented by Balloon Head Theatre, book co-created with Madeline Clouston & Amelia Burke, music and lyrics by Jake Nielsen & Matthew Predny 

Performances at Outcome Unknown: experimental music and performance series 2017 & 2018 at Spectrum Gallery

Co-created and performed with Amelia Burke

Photo by Laura Strobech

Co-created and performed with Tamara Creasey

Noh theatre showcase, Intercultural Theatre Institute Singapore March 2017

Devisor and Performer in The Painfully True Story of the Show We Couldn't Make, part of WAAPA's 2018 Tilt season at The Blue Room Theatre

Actor in 4.48 Psychosis by Sarah Kane, presented by Canberra Youth Theatre in 2012 

Directed by Karla Conway 


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 © by Noemie Huttner-Koros 

I acknowledge that I live, work and play on the unceded sovereign lands of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation. I acknowledge all First Nations Peoples across this country and pay my respects to their elders past, present and emerging. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.

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