Triage Live Art Collective  


Triage was founded by Artistic Director, Katerina Kokkinos-Kennedy. The company has created, presented, and toured more than twenty commissioned works. Triage creates intimate, immersive and participatory encounters. The audience is always at the centre of the performance. Katerina sees performance as a place to engage with our fears, hopes, and dreams, and as a powerful way to make sense of ourselves and the world around us. In recent works she has explored the topics of death (The Infirmary) , gender (i can't believe we're still having this conversation), climate change (After the Flood) and the initiatory aspects of theatre (META).

Kokkinos-Kennedy creates and curates one-off live art works, durational, longform, and large-scale performances. She has developed numerous projects with longterm artistic collaborators: Clair Korobacz, one step at a time like this, and Melanie Jame Wolf. Recent artistic partners include:  Zoe Scoglio, John Ford, Eloise Kent, Tamara Searle, Mark Wilson, Bec Reid and Tristan Meecham. Triage has forged a distinct reputation for the creation of nuanced, immersive, site-specific and participatory works which place audiences at the centre of the event. The creation of playful, poetic and alternate worlds is central to what we do.  This is Triage.  


Triage acknowledges that we live and work in Narrm, on the lands of the Wurundjeri and Bunurong peoples.

Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.