Tamara is a 2013 graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA). Having developed a keen interest in physical performance during her training, her work prioritises strong physicality, imagery and improvisation. Moonlighting as a singer, she makes and collaborates on solo and devised works that meddle with multiple performance mediums, seeking to challenge their conventional uses and contexts. Beyond theatre, Tamara works in front of and behind the camera on films, music video production and experimental imagery, most recently working on Bluetongue Production’s short film Florence Has Left The Building with Jacki Weaver. Whilst at the VCA, Tamara played Lady Capulet – the title role in Luke Kerridge’s production of Orlando, and Benvolio in Bagryana Popov’s production of Romeo and Juliet and, in 2013, she created the role of Jodie in Robert Walton’s Australian premiere production of Goat Island’s It’s An Earthquake In My Heart.
WORK WITH METRO ARTS //
2014 Performance / Cimarrón – co-presented by Metro Arts & Sally Lewry, Performer