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Archive: Toby Schmitz

Date posted: 19 Sep 2012Author: STC Production: The Present

Toby's first production with STC was alongside Genevieve Picot and Max Cullen in David Williamson's The Great Man in 2000, directed by Robyn Nevin. The production toured to Newcastle, Brisbane and Melbourne. (Photo: Tracey Schramm)
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Toby returned the following year to play Charles Surface in The School for Scandal, directed by Judy Davis. (Photo: Tracey Schramm)
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In 2002, he played Robert opposite Tiriel Mora in Hanging Man, a play penned by Andrew Upton and directed by Robyn Nevin. (Photo: Heidrun Lohr)
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Josephine Byrnes, John Gaden shared the stage with Toby in 2003 for a production of G. B. Shaw's Major Barbara.(Photo: Heidrun Lohr)
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In 2007, Toby played Chad in a cast that also included Russell Kiefel for the Brendan Cowell written and directed piece Self Esteem, which was staged as part of the Wharf 2Loud program. (Photo: Jimmy Pozarik)
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Toby played the dual roles of Peter and Didi in the 2008 comedy The Great, written by Tony McNamara and also starring Nicholas Bell and Alan Dukes (both pictured), and Robin McLeavy. (Photo: Heidrun Lohr)
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Later that same year, Toby let his hair down alongside cast members including Alison Bell in Nina Raine's Rabbit, directed by Brendan Cowell. (Photo: Jon Love)
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Toby's most recent appearance on a STC stage, back in 2009, was alongside Blazey Best (pictured), Jonathan Biggins and William Zappa in the Richard Cottrell directed production of Tom Stoppard's Travesties, in which he played a wonderfully wordy and absurd Tristan Tzara. (Photo: Heidrun Lohr)
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The Present, 4 Aug - 19 Sep 2015, Sydney Theatre