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Tabitha Woo

Artist, Writer

Tabitha’s offbeat, intimate and highly physical approach to theatre making has seen her through many roles on and off stage.

She is the founder of Thirty Five Square, a member of Ninefold Ensemble, and part of the inaugural KXT/bAKEHOUSE Step Up Team.

In addition to producing her own work, she produced the Australian premiere of Leaves (Some Company), Red Cross (Arrive. Devise. Repeat.), I Hate You My Mother (assistant producer, Real Harpy/White Box Theatre with Red Line Productions), and MinusOneSister (assistant producer, Stories Like These for Griffin Independent).

As an actor, she has performed with Ninefold, Pinchgut Opera, and with many writers and directors in new work development.

In 2019, Tabitha will perform her one-woman show, A Westerner’s Guide to the Opium Wars, and produce her new play about the Information Age, Duckpond.

Tabitha has a Bachelor of Performance from the Australian Academy of Dramatic Art and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Sydney.

The Power of Telling Your Own Story
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ArchivedKings Cross Theatre, Kings Cross, Sydney 10 - 12 Jan 2019

The Power of Telling Your Own Story

There is an idea of the tragic biracial child, the perpetual outsider, writes Tabitha Woo. But it's not her.