Rosalba Clemente

Rosalba Clemente is a writer, director and actor. She was the Artistic Director of State Theatre Company of South Australia for five years where she directed 'The Club', 'Don’s Party', 'Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love', 'Carrying Light', 'Blithe Spirit', 'How I Learned to Drive', 'House Among the Stars', 'Holy Day', 'My Life My Love', 'The Crucible', 'Death of a Salesman' and 'Trojan Women'. She has also directed productions for Vitalstatistix, Belvoir St Theatre, and Playbox. As a performer, she has appeared with Sydney Theatre Company, Belvoir St Theatre, Playbox, Vitalstatistix, Griffin, Bay St Theatre, Melbourne Comedy Festival, and in various television series and film roles. Rosalba has been nominated for and received many awards for her acting and directing work. 'Helly’s Magic Cup', her first play, won the Rodney Seaborn Australian Playwright’s Award for 2008. It was also selected for the New Voices/New Visions workshop at The Kennedy Centre in Washington DC in 2006.