A loyal and hard-working individual with a burning passion for performing and theatre and environments of all types. Rebecca has over ten years experience in the industry and specialises in acting, singing, and stage combat.
Currently having twelve advanced qualifications from the APC under her belt, Rebecca is highly trained in stage combat. She achieved actor combatant status in August 2019 and is continuing her training.
Rebecca is a keen singer who is currently undergoing her musical theatre grades and loves to sing all the time. Her favourite style is musical theatre, although she also dabbles in classical and pop genres.
Rebecca has experience in applied drama, having worked closely with Partners special needs theatre company, and Flashback Theatre. She enjoys using performance as an important tool to explore all aspects of society.
Rebecca is currently in lockdown due to COVID 19.
She is still singing and posting regular videos on her youtube channel:
If you would like to speak to Rebecca about her availability for work, please see the contact page.
Rebecca has recently perfected her New Zealand accent in her role as Edward Hamilton in Transparent Theatre's 'The Halfling Laws'. This show explored the industrial disputes over pay during the making of the Hobbit Movies. It was a challenging and very enjoyable role.
As Fairy Bubbles in Flashback Theatre's tour of 'White Christmas' Rebecca was really able to unleash her inner panto. This role involved large amounts of solo singing as well as cheesy jokes and fun-filled audience participation.
Rebecca very much enjoyed treading the boards as Gary Coleman in Oooh Arrr Productions run of Avenue Q at the Rondo in Bath. She grew rather attached to Gary by the end of the run. This show really stretched and improved her singing skills and she was very pleased with the audience reaction on this sell out run.
As a facilitator and workshop leader, Rebecca has dedicated a lot of time to working with Partners Theatre Company and Reach Inclusive Arts. Throughout 'Standing Out', 'The Change Room' and 'Tripwire' she ran workshops for the key performers, performed along side them, and facilitated any needs they had during this time. The performances were then toured around schools and other community venues. This was a brilliant project which really helped the performers to blossom and grow through the medium of drama.