Sue Giles is the artistic director at Polyglot Theatre. Since 2000 she’s led the company into new territory with interactive works, community process and inclusion of play in the company’s theatrical offerings for children. Sue’s distinct, child-centred creative processes have been the subject of national and international masterclasses, forums and discussions across the world. Sue was keynote speaker for the Young People and the Arts Australia (YPAA) National Symposium in Sydney 2012 and the Create, Connect, Empower Statewide Forum in Tasmania 2013. Sue is currently the International Representative for YPAA and a member of the executive committee of the International Association of Theaters For Children and Young People.