Co-creator, The Wharf Revue: Can of Worms
Jonathan Biggins is an award-winning writer, director and performer, perhaps best known as one of the creators and performers for long-running and much-loved annual political satire, The Wharf Revue.
The Wharf Revue celebrated its 20th anniversary at Sydney Theatre Company in 2020/21 before making its new home at Seymour Centre.
As an actor Jonathan has also worked with all of the major theatre companies, including Sydney Theatre Company, Melbourne Theatre Company and the State Theatre Company of SA, and has appeared on multiple comedy shows on the ABC.
He is the winner of two Australian Writers’ Guild Awards for The Republic of Myopia and for a new libretto for Orpheus in the Underworld (with Phil Scott), and a Helpmann Award for Best Director for Avenue Q.
His two full-length plays, Australia Day (2012) and Talk (2017), both premiered at Sydney Theatre Company before touring nationally.