Lindy Dang and Frankie Greene Join the Performing Lines Board

Robi Stanton, Chair of Performing Lines, is pleased to announce the appointment of Lindy Dang and Frankie Greene to the company’s Board.  

The pair bring to the Board decades of experience and industry insight. Frankie is currently the Head of Development at the Australian Museum and has built a career in development, philanthropy, and corporate partnerships with companies including Griffin Theatre Company and Sydney Theatre Company.  Lindy is currently the Chief of Staff at Microsoft Australia and New Zealand and has expertise across strategy, financial management, transformation and governance, including a stint at Creative Australia (then the Australia Council for the Arts) as Director of Investment.  

“Performing Lines is extremely fortunate to be gaining the expertise of these highly experienced individuals. Together they will bring a wealth of knowledge and skill, and are important recruits as we transition into the National Performing Arts Partnership Framework in 2025,” says Robi Stanton, Performing Lines Chair.  


In addition to their seats on the board, Frankie will also lead the company’s Development Sub-Committee and Lindy will take on the role of Audit and Finance Sub-Committee convenor, replacing Michelle Kvello at year’s end, after a decade of service on the Performing Lines board. 


“As we continue to strengthen Performing Lines’ capacity to support independent artists and new Australian work, we feel incredibly lucky to have such breadth of knowledge that draws on the creative and business sectors with Frankie and Lindy joining the board. I look forward to working with the whole board as we move into this exciting new chapter,” said Executive Producer and CEO Simon Wellington. 


Click here for more info on the Performing Lines national board.  

Lindy Dang, Performing Lines Board Member 


Frankie Greene, Performing Lines Board Member 

About Lindy Dang 

As Chief of Staff, Lindy plays a pivotal role in advancing the Microsoft ANZ Vision and business strategy. She joined Microsoft in 2019 as Finance Lead for the Australian Enterprise Services business and since then, has led a number of transformation programs across Microsoft’s Services, Enterprise Commercial and Customer Success teams. 

 Prior to joining Microsoft, she spent nearly 12 years at KPMG across both Australia and the UK, leading multi-disciplinary teams and working with clients across all industry segments to deliver their most critical business priorities, strengthening governance and risk management practices. Additionally, Lindy pursued her passion for the arts, as the Director of Investment at the Australia Council for the Arts (now Creative Australia). In this capacity, she partnered closely with Major Performing Arts organisations to strengthen their financial viability and sustainability. Lindy also engaged closely with Federal, State, and Territory governments and the arts sector to help drive major policy reform, which saw the evolution of the Major Performing Arts Framework to the National Performing Arts Partnership Framework. 

 Lindy is currently based in Sydney. 

About Frankie Greene  

Frankie Greene is an experienced and passionate development professional living and working on Gadigal Country. Frankie was appointed Head of Development at the Australian Museum in 2022, where she is responsible for securing major philanthropic revenue to support the strategic priorities and ambitions of the Museum. Frankie joined the Museum after ten years’ working in the arts at Sydney Theatre Company and Griffin Theatre Company. Here, she worked as both a Producer and across philanthropy and partnerships, where she built meaningful relationships across the industry and contributed to advancing major projects and initiatives within the arts and culture sector.

Frankie leads with a passion for storytelling and is energised by the power of cultural institutions to both inspire and change hearts and minds. She loves connecting people to projects and ideas that resonate with their own personal aspirations and takes great heart in working in a World Class institution that positively impacts the world through its work across science, culture, and education. Frankie believes in the transformative potential of the arts and sciences to enrich lives and foster a deeper understanding of our world, and she is committed to driving forward initiatives that contribute to societal progress and innovation.

About Performing Lines  

Performing Lines is a national company with offices in NSW, Tasmania, Victoria and WA. It produces the work of independent artists across Australia, from concept to premiere and beyond. We champion this sector as a powerful force of contemporary cultural expression, demonstrating the value of artist-led practice. We share this work with others through collaboration, mobility, and reciprocity, bringing people together in a collective quest to make deeper sense of our world.  

Performing Lines is the powerbase that fuels the work of our most innovative performing arts sector. We work in step with artists whose practice is constantly evolving and who are changing the way new Australian work is being made and shared. By supporting new ways of thinking, practicing, and experiencing the arts, we are a leading and formidable national producing force.  

In everything we do, we acknowledge that we live on Aboriginal land and constantly learn from the wisdom of First Peoples.

Where we are and the history that precedes us informs how we work and how we move forward.