13 Jun, 2015

We are very excited to welcome the beautiful Neridah Waters to the Homunculus Theatre Company Family 🙂

Neridah Waters is a choreographer, actor and theatre maker. She graduated from the acting degree at University of Western Sydney, Nepean.

For Queensland Theatre Company she has performed in Sacre Bleu and choreographed The Venetian Twins, Show, The Cherry Orchard, The Glass Managerie and Away. She performed in La Boite Theatre Company’s The Year Nick Mc Gowan Came To Stay, The Dance Of Jeremiah , Attack of the Attacking Attackers! and Johnno for The Brisbane Festival 2006, which toured to The Derby Playhouse in England. Independently Neridah performed in Cousin Love for Brisbane Festival’s Under the Radar and at Natimuk fringe festival, The little green road to fairyland and choreographed Boomtown for the Queensland Music Festival, Railway Wonderland with NORPA, hosted the world stage at The Out of the Box Festival, was the storyteller for Queensland Ballet’s Cinderella and The Nutcracker and co- hosted the artist bar at The Adelaide Festival. She trained with Frank Theatre, in the Suzuki Actor Method for 7 years, toured with the company to Croatia and Japan and performed in Rashamon, Giselle and Oedipus and Doll 17 for the Brisbane Festival. Neridah is a member of the La La Parlour troupe, whose show Tarnished has been performed at The Famous Spiegeltent Melbourne Festival and Adelaide Fringe Festival, The Judith Wright Centre, The Melbourne Comedy Festival, The Nutimuk Festival, toured nationally through NARPACA venues and internationally in The Netherlands and Belgium. Tarnished appeared on ABC’s Sideshow.

As a member of The Brides Of Frank, Neridah has performed in Till Death Do Us Part at the Brisbane Powerhouse as well as performances at The Brisbane Cabaret Festival, The Sydney Royal Easter Show and The Adelaide Fringe Festival. Neridah regularly performs The Kate Bush Trilogy puppet show with Jonathon Oxlade. Neridah appeared in the ABC comedy series Double The Fist (AFI – best comedy series). With Fez Fa’anana she created a giant flashmob dance routine called The Common People Dance Project at Glastonbury Festival, Adelaide Fringe festival, Tasmanian Circus festival, Perth Circus Festival, Gold Coast Festival, Brisbane Festival, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2011as part of crowd play and to Canada at The Edmonton Street Festival. Neridah has been in creative development with Imaginary Theatre on a new children’s work called Horrendo’s Curse and has just returned from a national tour of Tashi.

As a member of The Escapists, Neridah co-created a show called Boy Girl Wall, which has been performed at Metro Arts, the Adelaide fringe festival, two seasons at La Boite Theatre, Hothouse Theatre in Aulbury/Wodonga, Melbourne Theatre Company and a 4 month tour around Australia. Boy Girl Wall got nominated for a Helpmann award and this year has been invited over to Pittsburgh to be presented at IPAY. Also with The Escapists, Neridah created a piece called Elephant Gun as part of The World Theatre Festival 2010 and 2011 and is in development with a new project called Suburbia for which they have received Australia Council funding. Under the fresh ground program Neridah is currently in development of a new physical comedy show called Head Office and is choreographing a giant outdoor show in Logan for Queensland Music Festival.