2020 Graduate

Emma Throssel

Emma is a Sydney born actor who has been involved in the Sydney theatre scene since 2014. She has taken numerous classes with ATYP ranging from Camera classes with Robert Jago and Shakespeare Masterclass with Damien Ryan as well as improv classes with Improv Sydney and has a real love for the artform. She has performed in Sydney University Dramatic Society productions and played the role of Carol in Red Cross (dir. Victor Kalka) in the Sydney Fringe Festival.

Emma has also acted in short films before her time at ACA, some which have gone on to appear in festivals including Desmond (dir. Christopher John Quyen Dinh) which went on to Tropfest. During her time at ACA, Emma has had the pleasure of performing such roles as Dabby Bryant in Our Country’s Good (dir. Adam Cook), Iphigenia in The Oresteia (dir. Gale Edwards), Agnes in The Pretty Pretty (dir. Troy Harrison), Katherine in Love’s Labour’s Lost (dir. Jennifer West), a performer in Love and Information (dir. Olivia Hall-Smith), Jeremy in Love for Love (dir. Anthony Skuse), Gwendolen Fairfax in The Importance of Being Oscar (dir. Maeliosa Stafford) and Jeanie in Fat Pig (dir. Francesca Savige).

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Forum Performance Precinct,
Ground Level, Italian Forum,
30A/23 Norton street,
Leichhardt, NSW, 2040

+61 2 9310 4077

info@actorscentreaustralia.com.au

PO Box 361, Leichhardt NSW 2040

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