Kirk Page

Dance Artist (Alumni)

  • Queensland, Mulgrave Island, Germany, Wales

In the early 1990s, Kirk performed in Ochres for Bangarra Dance Theatre touring nationally and internationally; in 2014 Kirk rejoined Bangarra as a Youth Program Leader.



Kirk’s heritage is from the Mulandjali people in south-east Queensland, Badu Island in the Torres Strait, Germany and Wales.



Kirk Page is a Screen Practitioner, Theatre Maker, Movement Consultant, Choreographer and Director.

Widely acclaimed for his physical theatre, aerial and dance work, Kirk has appeared in Martin del Amo’s Slow Dances for Fast times. He also performed at the Catapult Festival for the Bathurst Regional Council, Ochres for Bangarra Dance Theatre, which toured Australia and internationally, A Midsummer Night's Dream for Opera Australia and performed numerous times for Legs on the Wall, in productions including Eora Crossing and Runners Up. In musical theatre, Kirk has appeared in Priscilla for Back Row Productions, The Sunshine Club for Sydney Theatre Company, Corrugation Road for Black Swan Theatre Company and One Night the Moon for Malthouse Theatre.

On screen, Kirk played the lead in Bloodlines for SBS Films and the Australian Film Commission and also appeared in the film Shadow Play for Porchlight Films. He has also appeared in the ABC television series Redfern Now.

As a Movement Director, Kirk has worked in film, television and theatre. Having worked on the ABC's My Place and on feature film Bran Nue Dae, in 2006 he also choreographed the Indigenous section of the Melbourne Commonwealth Games My Skin, My Life. Kirk was also as Assistant Director for Bloodland and worked as an outside eye for Posts in the Paddock My Darling Patricia.