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  • Her credits at Glasgow's Arches Theatre include: Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice" (1995), and Mayakovsky's "Blood and Water" (1996).
  • Wrote the monologue "From Graceland to the Garden Shed" which premiered in 2002 at Paisley Arts Centre.
  • Appeared in "Let Her Body Become a Living Letter", a new play by Crush Theatre Company - Tramway Theatre, Glasgow (1997).
  • Apppeared in "Myths of the Near Future" based on the work of JG Ballard - Tramway, Glasgow (2000).
  • Appeared in "AD", a new play by Edwin Morgan - Tramway Theatre, Glasgow (2000).
  • Appeared in "Home", a new play by Nicola McCartney - Tron Theatre, Glasgow (2001).
  • Her credits with touring theatre company Boilerhouse include: the title role in "Running Girl", a new play by Gary Young (2002) and Amy in "Blooded", a new play by Isabel Wright (2001).
  • Her credits with theatre company Suspect Culture include: "Lament" (2002, UK tour/ 2003, Toronto), "Mainstream" (1999, London/ Edinburgh/ Dublin), and "Timeless" (1997, Edinburgh & London) all by David Greig.
  • Appeared in "The Entertainer" by John Osborne - Citizen's Theatre, Glasgow (2003).
  • Played Fooaltiyeman in "Boiling a Frog", a new play based on the novel by Christopher Brookmyre - Scottish tour (2005).
  • Her credits with the theatre company Cryptic Theatre include: Andromache in Euripides' "Trojan Women" (2005 - UK tour), "Electra" (1999-2000 - UK & international tour), and "Bonjour Tristesse" based on the novel by Françoise Sagan (1994).
  • Played Cathy in "Aalst" by Pol Heyvaert & Dimitri Verhulst - international tour (2007-8).

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