Quiet RIOT is a creative, dynamic, independent production house built on the values of innovation, activism, diversity and representation. Founded by award winning Producer Linda Catalano, we collaborate with people of all ages, genders, sexual orientation, abilities and cultural backgrounds to develop, present, programme and represent provocative and evocative work.
Our approach is a magical blend of literal and lateral. We consider the creative alongside logistics, strategy and marketing. This allows us to challenge the stats quo, push boundaries and bravely take leaps into the unexpected and unknown with confidence.
We work with many types of presenting partners including major festivals and venues of all sizes as well as arts and music events around the country and all over the world. Our aim is to strategically builds tours and presentations for both the enjoyment of audiences and sustained careers for artists.
We've presented and collaborated with Arts Centre Melbourne, Sydney Opera House, Southbank Centre, Skirball Centre NY, SOHO Theatre, Roundhouse, Brisbane Festival, Gilded Balloon, Underbelly, Sydney Mardi Gras, Sziget Festival, Sydney Festival, Assembly Festival, Glastonbury and many, many more.
Our services include:
Development of new work/concepts and/or further development of existing work/concepts
Project producing and tour management and delivery including the booking, scheduling and delivery of national and international tours, management of ticketing, marketing, PR, sponsorship, travel bookings / logistics, casting, talent agency and venue negotiations and post-production analysis etc.
Programming festivals, community events, live show series and residencies, and special events.
Executive Producing i.e. Project financing and investment, business case development, grant writing and investment proposals, joint ventures etc.
Mentoring for self produced artists
Programming for venues and festivals
Strategy development and consultations for artists, venues and festivals including marketing, programming and audience development.
Photo: Kate Pardey