About us

We are a collective of fat-queer makers, movers and shakers feeding a fat canon.

Based in Narrm (Melbourne), our award-winning work is stuffed full of fat joy, kinship, and snacks. We fatten the world with our storytelling and designs which create space for people hungry to be seen. Full Cream will no longer exist when theatre fits fat people.

Meet Team Full Cream

Full Cream began in the midst of Narrm's 6th lockdown as we began to have frank conversations about what it's like being fat in a skinny world. We realised no one was telling our stories—fat stories. Beginning from those sparks of fat kinship we decided to put fatness on stage.


Em Keagan

Em Keagan is a Melbourne/Naarm based, multidisciplinary artist, performer, director. 

Her art practice explores a broad range of artistic mediums including theatre, video, papier-mâché sculpture and installation, informed by her studies in Fine Art, Theatre and Music at Monash University.

Em is also a passionate performing arts educator, who values inspiring and investing in the future of theatre.



Georgie Wolfe

Georgie is a Narrm-based lighting designer and environmental scientist interested in reimagining the role that technical design plays in the creation of new work. 

Alongside her practice as a lighting designer, she is a freelance director, technician, sound, and set designer. 

Her passions include marine biology and the future of Jellyfish on planet earth.



Ryan Hamilton

Ryan was born on Gadigal country, raised on Coast Salish and Yugambeh country, and now lives and works on Bunurong country. 

He is a theatre-maker and producer interested in queer, site-specific, & documentary theatre which makes the world a little better, queerer, and fatter.



Jonathan Graffam-O'Meara

Jonno is an actor, writer and dramaturg with over 20 years of professional experience in the industry. 

He is completing a PhD in Theatre at Monash University with a project titled “Fat Dramaturgies: Queer strategies and methodologies in staging fat performance”, where he looks at examples of radical body size politics (embodied fatness) onstage. 

He specialises in the field of contemporary dramaturgy and popular performance.