Mor Mendal & Kate Lee performing together in Kate and Me
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Psycho-physical Actor Training Australia
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Flicking the Flint rehearsal
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Brisbane Site Specific performance
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Lorca rehearsal
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Witness Relation Dance Theatre 'Eternaday'
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Imaginarium with Emma Dean
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Photo by Ntilit
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Hotel Mysterioso with OzFrank
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Flicking the Flint Metro Arts, Brisbane
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'Eternaday' With Witness Relocation Dance Theatre
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'Eternaday' With Witness Relocation Dance Theatre
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Site specific with Tom McCosker
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Hotel Mysterioso with OzFrank
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Eternaday with Witness Relocation
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NSP Rose Marie exercise
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Site specific, Brisbane
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Wearable Weapons by Carrie Mae
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Rehearsing with Tom McCosker
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Hotel Mysterisos with OzFrank
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Performance

Fearless . Creative .Vivacious 

As an interdisciplinary performer, director and choreographer, I work in various performance forms including text based plays, dance theater, music and devised performance. 

I began performing in Sydney in 2002 in traditional proscenium arch theatre and trained in Meisner technique. After moving to Brisbane in 2007, I began training with OzFrank in the Suzuki Method of Actor Training (SMAT) and in what is now known as the Nobbs Suzuki Praxis (NSP), a uniquely Australian adaptation of SMAT. 

In 2009 I formed ExperimentONE with my directorial debut, Flicking the Flint, which premiered at Brisbane Festival’s UNDER THE RADAR and continued a season at Adelaide Fringe Festival and Metro Arts, Brisbane. 
 

In 2013, I moved to New York City and performed with Witness Relocation at LaMama. Other
international performances include the Lotos Collective in London (2006), The Reckoning of Badengood at Suzuki’s Toga Summer Festival, Japan (2009) and in New York City with Emma Dean in Imaginarium; and in my self-produced dance theatre work, Untitled Development 1. 

Left: Ligo Project's Art of Science, and right, an early collection of works.