Isabella is a Sydney and Brisbane based actress with an extensive background in musical theatre and acting on the Sunshine Coast and Brisbane. She has trained with Queensland Theatre’s Junior Masterclass and Theatre Residency Week and holds her Letters in Musical Theatre with Trinity College London (ATCL).
Isabella started her own production company Ryskus Productions in 2017, debuting Nobody Likes the Winter at the Brisbane Metro Arts Theatre. She was trained by acting coaches Gareth Harris and Hugh Parker in Brisbane before being accepted into the fulltime degree program at ACA. During her time at ACA, she has played roles such as Ilse in Spring Awakening (dir. Sarah Carradine), Chorus in Trojan Women (dir. Adam Cook) Linda Rotuna in Savage in Limbo (dir. Troy Harrison), Honey in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (dir. Flynn Hall), Rosalind in Love’s Labour’s Lost (dir. Jennifer West), Angelica in Love for Love (dir. Anthony Skuse), ensemble and co-deviser in Love and Information (dir. Olivia Hall-Smith), ensemble and co-devisor in The Importance of Being Wilde (dir. Maeolisa Stafford) and Anna in Burn This (dir. Anthony Gooley).
Isabella is always fascinated by the psychology of the characters she inhabits and her greatest pleasure is working with like-minded people who share her passion.