Bristol based Actor and Workshop Facilitator. She recently performed in the Bristol Shakespeare Festival and teaches a weekly acting class for Drama Nights at The Hen and Chicken.
Rebecca graduated with a Masters in Drama with Merit from the University of Exeter in 2011 having previously graduated in 2010 with a First Class Degree in Drama from the University of Exeter.
Acting Credits Include: Did My Heart Love Till Now? (Bristol Shakespeare Festival Theatre Company), Dirty Stop Outs (Bristol Bierkeller Theatre), The Bloodline (The Bike Shed Theatre), Miss Julie (The Akze Daggy), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Reed Hall Gardens), The Glass Menagerie (Roborough Studios), The Taming of the Shrew (Roborough Studios)
Rebecca previously worked as a performer for SourDough Theatre, a devising theatre company performing several different shows at the Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter and Barbican Theatre, Plymouth. While working for SourDough Theatre she also becoming part of The Akze Daggy, a theatre company who stage classical and modern texts in exciting and ever varied venues. She has broad experience in performing classical texts, especially Shakespeare, alongside training in devising, improvisation, comedy, and ensemble theatre. She is able to do an extensive range of accents and capable of learning new ones quickly.
Alongside acting Rebecca teaches a weekly drama class for Drama Nights where she has directed extracts from Our Country’s Good (Bristol Eisteddfod) and Two (The Wardrobe Theatre).