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Phoebe is a Sydney-based lighting designer with a specialisation in new work and collaborative processes.
Phoebe is a graduate of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (Diploma of Live Production and Technical Services, Specialisation in Lighting, 2016; Advanced Diploma of Live Production and Management Services, 2017).
Phoebe’s credits span across theatre, dance, opera, musical theatre and performance art. Recent credits include Slaughterhouse (Belvoir– 25A), This Bitter Earth (New Theatre), A Girl in School Uniform (Walks Into a Bar) (Kings Cross Theatre), Let me finish, Poorly Drawn Shark, The Inconsequential Lives of Little Fish, HIRO and Unveiling: Gay Sex for Endtimes (The Blue Room Theatre); Starstruck The Stage Musical and MEAT EATERS (NIDA).
Phoebe seconded with Nick Schlieper on Photograph 51 for Melbourne Theatre Company and Packer & Sons for Belvoir.
In 2020, Phoebe remounted her designs for This Bitter Earth and Poorly Drawn Shark for Theatre Works and Midsumma Festival and designed The Bridges of Madison County for the Hayes Theatre.
For her work on Unveiling: Gay Sex for Endtimes, Phoebe was nominated for the 2018 Performing Arts WA Award for Best Lighting Design. Phoebe is one half of independent queer theatre company, bub.