The Champions are a group of young artists strongly connected to Corrugated Iron. They play an important role in the organisation, facilitating projects and programs, hosting events, and contributing to the long-term vision for the organisation.
Zeph is a young, confident & enthusiastic creative, who’s been involved with Corrugated Iron for almost a decade. His involvement spans performing, teaching and running workshops, in both urban settings and remote communities. He has been a part of a range of productions and collaborations including Risky Business, Unbroken Land, Moveable Feast and Performance Menu, just to name a few.
Koko has been part of the Drama Program at Corrugated Iron for many years and was one of the original members of the Play Building Ensemble which toured Technology For Oldies to Sydney in 2011. Koko has helped lead activities at the annual Library workshops Corrugated Iron runs in January and has appeared in a number of Corrugated Iron commercials.
Holly Van't Sand
Holly has been part of Corrugated Iron activities for most of her life and so has attended drama, dance and even the odd circus workshop. Her Corrugated Iron career has seen her appear in a number of television commercials. Key gigs to date include performing at the Opening Ceremony of the Outgames, and touring to Alice Springs for Unbroken Land [stage managing 2016, and performing 2018].
Kestel Baker [2016-2017]
Serge Balaam [2012-2014]
William Brown [2016-2018]
Jack Davis [2012-2017]
Lexie Gregory [2012-2015]
Mathilde Gordon [2012-2014]
Merlene Hutt [2016-2017]
Danica Jenner 
Allegra Kavanagh [2016-2017]
Jack Mitchell 
Zoe Mitchell [2012-2015]
Jesse Noonan-Wade 
Damon Rowston [2012-2018]
Nyasha is a member of our Drama in Performance Ensemble in Palmerston. Last year she was part of the chorus in Mr Takahashi [and other falling secrets] which was a fantastic experience. When not reading scripts, Nyasha is busy umpiring football.
Harrison has been a member of the Drama in Performance Ensemble in Palmerston for many years and joined the Champions in 2018. In 2017 Harrison was part of the Bamboo Moon production, a definite career highlight to date and an amazing experience. Drama has always been a hobby of Harrison's and he believes Corrugated Iron has helped him achieve the right path as he loves being part of the "Corro" community. Harrison's positive and always willing to help out and hopes to be performing on both stage and screen in the near future!
Jarrah has been attending Corrugated Iron since he was just seven – and he loves it! Over the years, he has moved from circus to theatre. His hobbies include reading, writing, circus, acting, drawing and lots more – he’s also a mad Doctor Who fan. He’s enthusiastic and positive, and is always keen to help out. Jarrah one day hopes to work on the stage, and believes his time at Corrugated Iron has set him on the right path.