“...MopHead Productions, the brainchild of actors Stephen Multari and Eloise Snape, a company which first came together in 2013 with their production of Amy Herzog’s 4000 Miles. They have garnered serious praise from critics and attracted plenty of attention from the major awards: A company to watch." - Arts Review
MopHead Productions was founded in 2013, although Stephen was key to bringing about the critically acclaimed - References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot (Griffin Independent, 2009).
In 2013, MopHead staged the Sydney premiere of 4000 Miles at ATYP Under the Wharf. The success of the production saw it travel to Brisbane in 2014 for La Boite Indie and a national tour in 2016.
In 2014, the company presented Sam Shepard's The God of Hell directed by Rodney Fisher at the iconic Old Fitzroy Theatre, as well as Chekhov's classic Platonov for ATYP Selects.
In 2015, Stephen produced and starred in The House of Ramon Iglesia and in 2016 The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant, both at the Old Fitz.
MopHead was responsible for pitching the brand-new Australian work Remembering Pirates, which saw its premiere at the Eternity Playhouse produced by Darlinghurst Theatre Company. In 2017, Stephen co-produced another new Australian work at the Kings Cross Theatre - Between the Streetlight and the Moon.
2018 was a major coup for the company – Stephen secured the rights to stage the Australian Premiere of The Humans, which won the Tony Award for Best Play 2016. Stephen sits on the Independent Theatre Committee board for the Media and Entertainment Arts Alliance (MEAA).