Hyde the Movie, NIDA and marketing

2015 has whipped around in no time at all! Kicking off the year I was cast in Hyde The Movie – an action drama set in the 1980s. I get to put my athletic and acting chops to the test as I play a dark avenging angel who battles her opponents in underwater fight scenes … Continue reading

Pilot television series

This week I started filming new Australian pilot TV series Subject To Change playing the co-lead character, Karly. Subject To Change is a high school drama that featuring same sex attracted lead characters. According to this year’s National Survey of Australian Secondary Students and Sexual Health Report, more than one in five Australian high school … Continue reading

premiering new compositions and devised theatre

October has been a busy, busy month with three shows on one after the other!   First up was Broadway Bound, a cabaret of contemporary musical theatre at The Seymour Centre. Produced by Edgewise Productions, the show featured musical work by under 25-year-olds. A combination of New York and Australian composers’ compositions were showcased and I … Continue reading

New Australian musical

In May I had the privilege of workshopping a new Australian musical, Heart of a Dog. Written and produced by Jim McGrath and helped along by a grant from the Australian Arts Council, Heart of a Dog made it’s Australian premiere in Canberra at The Street Theatre. Three-weeks of intense rehearsals paid off when working with … Continue reading

Cabaret. Life is a…

It has been a very cabaret beginning to the new year – it’s the second week of 2014 and I’ve already performed my show, NUTS, six times. A great way to kick-off the year, too, which will be the first time (since I was five) that I’m not studying full-time. Instead, I’m chasing that roller-coaster … Continue reading

CARRIE the musical and Rob Guest Endowment

Tonight is opening night of the Australian premiere of CARRIE the musical that I am thrilled to be a part of. I play Frieda – one of the ensemble – in what is the last show in Squabbalogic’s 2013 season. Squabbalogic is the leading independent musical theatre company in Sydney that produces an eclectic range … Continue reading


Six months into full-time dancing/acting/singing training and I can’t imagine doing anything more fulfilling in life. Years ago a performer in the (brilliant) documentary Every Little Step said “I was always told that if you have something to fall back on, you’ll fall back” and “If there’s anything else you could imagine yourself doing in … Continue reading

Building a craft at Brent Street

Hello “flip side”! At the end of last year (post-university-graduation) I was undecided whether to start full-time work in the media industry or whether to pursue my greatest passion in life – musical theatre. I chose the later and I am incredibly happy for it. This year I am getting out of the office and … Continue reading


Bright lights of Broadway

This week I landed in New York for a one-month holiday in the United States to celebrate the completion of my university degree. Hip, hip, hooray for me! Four years studying a Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) at The University of Sydney have come to an end. Next year holds a lot of uncertainty … Continue reading

Kickin’ it in Korea

My four-week internship as a journalist at The Korea Herald is almost up. I’m in Seoul as a 2012 fellow of the Australia-Korea Foundation, a body of the Australian Government. I’ve kept myself busy writing stories for the culture desk and am proud of how many musical-related stories I packed into the paper. You can read my work … Continue reading