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Glynis Angell

Glynis Angell works as a professional actor, performance maker, teacher and director. A graduate of the John Bolton Theatre School, she co-wrote and performed in her solo show Haul Away Winner Best Female Performer (Independent Theatre) Green Rooms Awards 2007 and Best New Australian Play Nominee. She is a founding member of physical theatre companies Hunchback Theatre (Not Another Bloody Stiff, Whites of Their Eyes), Blue Vault (Inner Cities) and The Business.

Recent theatre acting roles for Here Theatre include Prophet & Loss, Letters From Animals, Asylum and The Time is Not Yet Ripe Winner Best Ensemble (Independent Theatre) Green Rooms Awards 2007. In 2009 Glynis toured to Singapore to work with The Necessary Stage and The Tony Yap Company in Past Caring. Glynis has extensive experience devising and performing with companies in Australia including numerous La Mama shows (Not Dead Yet - The Romantic Story of Margaret Catchpole, Cyrano de Bergerac as Told by 3 Idiots), actors’ furniture group (Butcher, Endgrain) and Melbourne Workers’ Theatre (HardTimes).

Film and television credits include leading roles in: Waiting at The Royal (Winner 2001 Banf International Film Festival Best Film Made for Television), An Angel at my Table, The Interview, and guest roles in Blue Heelers, Something in the Air and MDA.

Glynis directed Djoushi Cabana: The Dilapidated Diva & Her Three Piece Outfit, Winner 2000 Best of The Melbourne Fringe Festival. Her dramaturgical work includes projects with independent performing artists Kate Hunter and Emillie Collyer Maybe We're Never Together (Big West Festival 2011), Kate Hunter list(n) 2010, and Penny Baron The Lab (2009 and 2010). For several years Glynis was a performer and Co-Artistic Director of improvisation company Melbourne Playback Theatre. She teaches and directs performance in various contexts including Victoria University TAFE, The National Theatre School, The Women's Circus, primary schools and people with disabilities.