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Ylaria Rogers

Director London

Ylaria Rogers is an Australian Director. She has a background in musicals and physical theatre. Her work to date has included Follies, Under MilkWood, Shrek, Spider's Web, Flora: The Red Menace.


Assistant Director, Flora: The Red Menace, Grant Street Theatre, 2 Weeks 2019
Director, Shrek, The Q, 4 Weeks, 2018
Director, Not the Messiah, Llewellyn Hall, 1 Night Concert, 2018
Co-Director, Miss Saigon, Parramatta Riverside, 3 Weeks, 2017
Assistant Director, Big Fish, The Hayes, 5 Weeks, 2017
Director, Under Milk Wood, Genesian Theatre, 5 Weeks, 2017
Director, The Wild Ride, Presbyterian Ladies College, 1 Week, 2016
Director, Storytime, Presbyterian Ladies College, 1 Week, 2016
Assistant Director, Follies, Melbourne Recital Centre, 1 week, 2016
Resident Director, CrossRoads, Chapel Off Chapel, 2 Weeks, 2016
Director, Aristocats, Presbyterian Ladies College, 1 Week, 2015
Assistant Director, Stalker, The Hayes (Workshop), 2015
Assistant Director, Mary Poppins, Parramatta Riverside, 4 Weeks, 2015
Assistant Director, Cheek to Cheek, UNSW Roundhouse, 1 Night, 2015
Director, Spider’s Web, Genesian Theatre, 5 Weeks, 2015
Director, Pride and Prejudice 10 Flat, Genesian Theatre, 1 Night, 2014
Director, Coward At Christmas, Genesian Theatre, 1 Week, 2013
Director, The Aristocats, Canberra Grammer School, 3 Weeks, 2010


Katie Henry - Surviving Freelance Life (2019)
Scott Willaims- Actors Impulse (2019)
Lakespeare – Verse and Monologue Intensive (2019)
Ben Matthews – Acting for Screen (2016)
The Hub Studio: Kevin Jackson – American Classics (2015)
Sport for Jove: Chekhov Experience (2015)
The Hub Studio: Kevin Jackson – British Classic (2015)
ATYP: Shakespeare Masterclass – Damien Ryan (2015)
The Hub Studio: Kevin Jackson - Technique (2015)
Australian Institute of Music – Bachelor of Music - Music Theatre (2012-2013)


5-10 years


Movement Direction
Music - Can Read
Music - Singing
Physical Theatre
Working with D/deaf adults / children
Working with disabled adults / children
Working with disabled artists
Working with learning disabled adults / children
Working with Young People
Working with young people with special educational needs


Latest Events

We are delighted that our associate company the Regional Theatre Young Directors Scheme (RTYDS) will be curating and delivering the program for emerging directors, producers, designers and artists whilst we temporarily reduce our key operations throughout June and July 2020.  Find out what events we have planned