Rachael Coopes

Rachael Coopes was awarded the Ian Potter Cultural Trust and Marten Bequest Scholarship in 2004 and studied theatre in Paris at L’ecole Philippe Gaulier. Her play Art House was produced at The Old Red Lion in London and the Edinburgh Fringe 2009, The University of Washington 2010, and the Idly Bent Theatre Company Washington 2013. Other writing credits include: SBS’s Life Support 2000 - 2003, Save Draft at Short and Sweet 2010, Two Women for Grifffringe at Griffin, I’m Not Sure I’m an Adult Yet and A Moment in Time.

Rachael’s television acting work includes Play School, Dance Academy, Balls of Steel, The Politically Incorrect Parenting Show, McLeod’s Daughters, Life Support, All Saints, Secret Life of Us, White Collar Blue, Dog’s Head Bay. Film work: The Ghost, Billy’s Holiday (Dir: Richard Wherrett) and Sirens (Dir: John Duigan). Theatre work: Sugarland (ATYP), Nothing Personal (Ensemble), The God Committee (Ensemble), The Sugar House (Public read-Belvoir), Stoning Mary (Griffin Dir: Lee Lewis) and The Decameron (Old Fitzroy).

SUGARLAND by Rachael Coopes

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