I'm currently doing a ten-week Hot Desk Fellowship with the Wheeler Centre, working on my play 'Quite Drunk, Very Jesus-y'.
Theatre credits include:
In 2017, 'Quite Drunk, Very Jesus-y' had a private development as part of VIMH's 'Dinner & A Show' initiative and I was a recipient of Twelve Angry's inaugural Summer Development Fellowship (working with writer/dramaturg Emily Sheehan). I was also short-listed for Melbourne Theatre Company's Women in Theatre program and invited onto Playwriting Australia's master class with Joanna Murray-Smith.
In early 2016, I participated in Back to Back Theatre's CAMP 2016 and was invited to be a part of Force Majeure's Dance Theatre Masterclass. I also had a week-long National Script Workshop with Playwriting Australia, working on 'Cull Your Facebook Friends'. The same play also had a two-day development with US-A-UM (May 2015). Additionally in 2015, I studied 'Sketch Comedy Writing' at Second City in Los Angeles and 'Improvisation 101' at UCB in New York.
In 2014, my play 'Modern Warfare' was round-tabled by Somersault Theatre Company (July 2014) and I was a dramaturgy intern on 'Songrites' at the National Play Festival (June 2014). I'm also an alumna of Central School of Speech & Drama, ATYP's Fresh Ink National Studio & Augusta Supple's 'Write Here, Write Now' initiative. Plus, my Fresh Ink monologue 'William Burrough's Wife' was published in 2015 by Currency Press as part of a ATYP National Studio encore collection.