Rebecca is a professional actor (theatre/film/TV) with over 20 years experience. She has toured Australia for over 6 years, in multiple immersive theatre productions including: Faulty Towers where she plays the iconic role of Sybil Fawlty, Confetti & Chaos and Dirty Dancing (Frontier Touring). Her comic timing and character work has been commended with multiple 5-star reviews.
She has multiple film and television credits, including: TV series Rostered On (Netflix & 7Mate), international feature films Nova Star and No Such Thing as Monsters and most recently the web series, In Newcastle Tonight, in which she was a lead writer and actor. The series has won multiple awards including Best Web Series/TV Pilot at London Independent Film Awards 2022. Rebecca has worked on multiple TV commercials (recently including: ANZ, Ryobi and Ritchie’s IGA), print work and corporate videos and also works as a Presenter for Zoos Victoria.
Rebecca has been involved in many independent theatre productions, including: the role of May in Sam Shepard's Fool For Love with Q44 Theatre, which played to sold out audiences and also produced. Plus, the role of Michelle in Gordon Graham’s The Boys at Gasworks Arts Park and Anne in Gao Xingjian's Weekend Quartet for the VCA Masters of Directing season. She also toured Medea and Romeo & Juliet around Victoria for two years, playing the title roles. 
Rebecca made her debut as a playwright in 2013 with her play Domestic Warfare based on true events that was The Age’s theatre pick of the week for Melbourne Fringe Festival that year. Since then she has written multiple short films and plays for her acting students. She is currently in pre-production for her next professional short film project Still Here, with director Scott Major. 
Rebecca has over 25 years of acting and vocal training. This includes a degree in theatre and drama from La Trobe University, acting training at renowned institutions such as: 16th Street, Howard Fine Studios and Stella Adler LA and with international teachers including Howard Fine and Elizabeth Kemp. She also trains vocally with Suzanne Heywood and singing coach Darren Wicks. 
Rebecca has danced since the age of 8 and owns her own acting and performance school, Red Theatricals, where she teaches musical theatre and acting to youth and young adults. She has been an acting and musical performance coach for over 18 years. Rebecca has dedicated her life to acting and also creating opportunity for new and young performers to grow their skills in a safe, nurturing and uplifting environment. 

Most recently Rebecca has completed her Intimacy Coordinator certification program with IDC in New York. She is now a qualified intimacy coordinator and is dedicated to creating safe performance spaces and empowering the next generation of actors. Rebecca is an advocate and pioneer of the intimacy movement in Australia. She is extremely passionate about this movement and the safety of actors and best practice guidelines being implemented in all forms of media in Australia. She works in Film/TV and Theatre as an intimacy coordinator and runs classes educating creatives on topics such as: the importance of intimacy best practice for all involved in a production, consent, communication, boundaries, intimacy choreography, acting intimacy & creating connection, to name a few. For more info check out her intimacy page on this website. 
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