ABOUT INCOGNITA ENTERPRISES
ENTERPRISES dedicates itself to professional quality
theatre productions and arts education opportunities. Our successful
debut production, Chasing Pegasus (a play in ten chords)
was staged in Melbourne at Gasworks Theatre in October 2006,
before touring regionally. Our next production 'Till The Boys Come Home is due to be
staged in Melbourne in 2009.
Formerly Salmac Multimedia, our web design arm, INCOGNITA DESIGN, has been in the business
of creating unique, innovative and professional web sites and
print & multimedia presentations for the lifestyle and entertainment
industries since 1997.
Put the two together (keeping in mind that an actor/writer
is our Creative Director) and you end up with the Incognita Enterprises
Online Store - a combination of graphic design know-how with
theatre and film creativity presented to you on a huge range
of t-shirts, mugs, caps, bags and lots, lots more!
In recent times, Incognita has branched out beyond the Entertainment
business for t-shirt design, bringing four other stores to life:
Shakespeare Shoppe - a huge range of designs featuring
Shakespeare quotes, portraits and related themes, as well
as Elizabethan items such as Elizabethan Pirates, Queen
Elizabeth The First, other Elizabethan Playwrights and Elizabethan
Society in general. Perfect for those with a leaning towards
all things Shakespeare and Elizabethan.
The Wonder Pup - a store dedicated to dogs and
their humans, hosted by Sam (the wonder pup), this store has
a wide range of designs specifically designed for dogs and dog
owners in mind.
- hosted by Marg Woodlock-McLean, this store provides designs
for photographers, including a wide range of quotes and
sayings, as well as Marg's beautiful coastal photography.
Attitude - the latest addition to the Incognita stable
of stores, Pure Attitude is for all those who want to
let their t-shirt do the talking. Sassy, funny, pointed, silly
and just plain rude sayings and designs for all those who have
a lot of attitude!
ABOUT OUR CREATIVE
DIRECTOR, SALLY McLEAN
Actor, screenwriter, director and producer, Sally began her
work in the entertainment industry as an actor in her mid-teens
and has since performed leading roles in Australian and British
film, theatre and television.
In addition to her own acting work, she recently produced
the Melbourne and regional seasons of her play Chasing Pegasus (a play in ten chords)
as writer/director, starring Bridget Neval and Jennifer Hansen
and is currently producing two independent feature films - This
Wooden 'O' (working title) and Dalny (working
As an actor, she has tended the sick in Flying Doctors,
modelled on Bingles, sung and thrown up for The D-Generation,
solicited for customers on Totally Full Frontal, been
Kylies schoolyard mate and Guy Pearces model student
in Neighbours, been very annoyed with Nick Giannopoulous
on Acropolis Now!, had a knight in shining armour, a priest
and water dumped over her in the name of the A-Z Homeguide
series of commercials, sold cars for Nissan, sold beds
for Sleepy Sams, pretended she knew about engines
for Repco Autos, demonstrated and was arrested on Blue
Heelers and eventually got into bed with Steve Vizard on
Tonight Live - after which, she left the country.
She then studied at The Actor's Institute, London, completing
her Degree in Dramatic Art, and beginning her MA in Drama &
Education, before going on to play roles in UK theatre, television
and film, including the lead roles in the World premier of Annabel's
Requiem, and the films A Little Rain Must Fall (selected
for the Cannes Film Festival and invited to screen at the Venice
Film Festival) and Just Move Your Lips, as well as being
the voice for the relaunch of UKGold TV.
She also snogged a stranger in a phone box in the middle of
Piccadilly Circus for The Bookworm and mourned at a grave
for Poetry Nation, amongst other roles for BBC television.
A highlight was playing a decidedly male King Duncan
in the all-female Macbeth, described as
utterly convincing performance as the old Scottish King, belying
the fact that McLean is not only young and a woman, but also
Australian. - Time Out.
Upon her return to Australia, she interviewed cops on Blue
Heelers, played a primary school teacher with a social conscience
in the film Joining The Dots, been everybodys favourite
girl-next-door in the award-winning play Lovepuke and
sung and danced her way across the stage with Julia Morris in
the Australian premier of the Broadway comedy review I Love
You, Youre Perfect, Now Change at the Athenaeum Theatre,
Melbourne. On screen, she was most recently seen on US Television
in the role of Angie Powers in the BBC mini-series
Bootleg and will be seen on Australian television in the
role of "Miss Julie" in the Jonathan M Shiff television
series Elephant Princess in late 2008.
Recent stage appearances include "Lady Montague"
(as well as understudy for the Nurse) for the Australian Shakespeare
Company's Romeo & Juliet (2008 Shakespeare In The Park
season), the duel roles of "Josie/Mindy" for La Mama
Theatre in the moved reading of Young Turks, then the
role of "Judith" (a young woman with MS) in the World
Premier performance of The Clairvoyant and a woman who
spends her days living under her house in the Melbourne Fringe
Festival production of The Auxiliary. Recent film roles
have included playing the lead character of "Catherine Gale"
in Earnest Kim's Sleeper and the co-lead role of "Lisa"
in Paul Anthony Nelson's Interchange.
When not on stage or screen, she worked as a Casting Assistant
with Prototype Casting and a Theatrical Agency Assistant with
Barry Michael Artists in Melbourne, as well as three years in
production with the BBC in London. Since her return to Australia,
she has worked in production for Channel 9, Southern Cross Broadcasting,
Endemol Southern Star and Grundy Television. She has cast
several short films, most notably the 2005 short "Within",
starring Randall Berger (Spotswood, Come In Spinner, Ben Elton's
Stark, Child Star: The Shirley Temple Story, Shine, Rose Against
The Odds, etc) and Jarryd Jinks (2004 AFI Nominee for Best
New Talent for Tom White).
In the late 1990s, she created her own feature film
production outfit, Salmac
Productions, under the patronage of respected British
actor, Sir Nigel Hawthorne, known internationally for his roles
as "Sir Humphrey Appleby" in Yes, Minister and
Yes, Prime Minister and his Oscar nominated performance
in the title role of The Madness Of King George. She now
additionally runs Incognita Enterprises - a business dedicated
to Arts Education and professional theatre production.
Sally has written and produced three film projects, one in
the UK (A Little Rain Must Fall - selected
to screen at the Cannes Film Festival) and two in Melbourne (which
she also directed) (fixNATION - screened on Foxtel and
& Benny (a modern faerietale) - 2005 Cannes Film
Festival entrant). She has also written and directed the plays
Pegasus (a play in ten chords) and 'Till The Boys Come Home, both of
which were successfully staged in Melbourne, as well as her current
work-in-progress Bayonets and Bully Beef, excerpts
from which were performed under her direction at the Victorian
Arts Centre in July 2005.
She is currently working on a new Australian sitcom and docu/drama
- Visit Sally's Official site HERE
- See Sally's Official MySpace site HERE
- See Sally's IMDB listing HERE