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Artist Profile: Emily Dash

Emily Dash graduated from Sydney University with a Bachelor of Arts (Sociology Honours Class I) (Gender Studies) in 2013. As co-writer and performer, Emily’s credits include Social Network Stories (Carriageworks) and Happily Ever After for Ever After Theatre, and The Control Room (Riverside Theatres) for Beyond the Square.  She joined Can You See Me? Theatre in 2015, writing and performing for their production The Waiting Room at the Sydney Opera House.

In 2014, she appeared in a NSW Health video and featured in the Believe/Achieve initiative, as well as being a guest on ABC Radio National’s Life Matters.

In association with Pearly Productions and with support from Metro Screen's #Screenability program, she is developing her short film "I Am Not A Work Of Art".

 

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