Emily has a lead role in this year’s Australian Premiere of David Bowie and Enda Walsh’s ground-breaking musical Lazarus, for The Production Company.
Her stage credits have been many and varied. She recently played Adele in The House of Bernarda Alba, for the Melbourne Theatre Company, and Suzanne in the Critical Stages production of Therese Raquin.
Previous roles include Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz for Belvoir; Antigone for the Malthouse; Gaybies, the titular role in Carrie: the Musical; The Good Person of Szechuan, under the direction of acclaimed Chinese Director Meng Jinghui (Malthouse and Beijing and Shanghai Festivals); and The Production Company’s season of La Cage Aux Folles.
Emily has worked closely with THE RABBLE, one of Australia’s most exciting and boundary-breaking theatre companies in Joan (Theatreworks) Frankenstein (Malthouse Theatre), Room of Regret (TheatreWorks/Melbourne Festival) and The Story of O (MTC Neon). Other theatre credits include Out of the Water (Dir: Nadia Tass, Red Stitch Actors Theatre), Bryant & Frank’s The Silver Donkey (Dir: Dean Bryant, Showfit) and a staged reading of The Kid (Dir: Suzanne Chaundy, Melbourne Ring Cycle Festival).
Emily’s television appearances include Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, Paper Giants II: Magazine Wars, The Mystery of a Hansom Cab and The Saddle Club.
She has appeared in numerous short films including Vesna, Goodbye, The Birth of Hunter Finkelstein, Whitesands and the award-winning Tasty. She also collaborated with artist James Newitt on the short feature A Plan for Escape.