Set designer, Sandy Gray brings creativity, imagination, strong practical skills and deep love of the theatre.
Architect, artist and amateur musician, Sandy Grey has a commitment to inclusive and restorative theatre.
In active retirement from her architecture career, Sandy now enjoys being immersed in Endangered Productions, with ideas, set design, prop construction, front-of-house and backstage duties, and even as an occasional extra on stage.
Sandy brings her well-rounded experience to our productions. This includes: ushering in Covent Garden UK and Sydney Opera House; costume construction with the Bayreuth Wagner Festival, Germany; wardrobe and makeup with the Ensemble Theatre, Sydney; set design and construction for university productions; collaborative design of the inaugural production of the Indigenous play, The Cake Man, staged by Black Theatre in Redfern.
Sandy has been valued and vital mainstay of many productions, including set and prop designs for the Yeoman of the Guard, The Beggar’s Opera, and Peer Gynt. Coming from a naval family, Sandy also embraced wholeheartedly the role of “dogsbody” in the 2023 production of It’s So Last Century.
At every opportunity, Sandy plays Irish Traditional Music on her beloved concertina, in sessions with friends, and occasionally with a vocally appreciative Border Colley. She also sings in a Wingham-based choir called Wingsong.
Want to join us?
Endangered Productions welcome all kinds of volunteers. There are opportunities for volunteers to learn and share skills our upcoming production of Peer Gynt. We particularly welcome skilled creative, perhaps retired, Super Citizens who are willing to act as mentors.
Our productions will also provide work opportunities for professional musicians, singers, and actors.
We love sponsors. By becoming a private or corporate sponsor you will contribute to the creation of quality, accessible music theatre in Sydney. Contact us and we will get back to you directly about our upcoming production of Peer Gynt.