Emma's character, yellow, is in part 2 of Alexithymia called The Curious Case of You, a game show that puts audiences’ emotional intelligence to the test. Emma is neurotypical but experiences mild aphantasia (when one does not possess a functioning mind's eye and cannot visualise imagery).


Prior to commencing her studies at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA), Emma studied full-time dance at APO Arts Academy and appeared as June in ‘The Musical of Musicals: The Musical’ at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival (dirs. Emma Leaver and Scott Dunsdon). In 2015 Emma appeared in ‘42nd Street’ (dir. Gary Young) and played Harriet Piper in ‘The Hatpin’ (dir. Jacinta John). In 2016 Emma appeared as Ellie in ‘How to Disappear Completely and Never Be Found’ (dir.Alister Smith), as Mind Girl in a self-directed piece as part of the Mongrel/2016 season, and played Martha in  ‘Spring Awakening’ (dir. Tom Healey).



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