Danielle Nuss has been working in the industry for the last ten years, after graduating from Theatre Nepean. She has been a member of various physical and visual theatre groups, and has toured internationally performing and facilitating workshops. Dani was an original cast member of the longest running Australian theatre production - He Died with a Felafel in his Hand - performing for three years in Sydney and then co-directing and performing in Melbourne. She was employed as a cast member on Channel 10's Big Sky and worked in television for a number of years. Dani has had extensive teaching experience, including stints at Darlinghurst Theatre, Sydney Community College, SCEGGS Redlands, DEET Victoria and Kids Up Front Drama Academy. She currently runs her own business - Frisky Theatre - and works as a community theatre practitioner.
Isabella is a graduate of Theatre Nepean who has worked professionally both as an actor and teacher. Her acting credits include: Kakaduahs (Festival of the Dreaming), Lifeguards, (The Olympics), Lipstick Dreams, (Theatre South), and Dags (Ensemble). She has appeared on Water Rats, Home and Away, and Children's Hospital. She is best known for her role as Chaka on Heartbreak High.
DAVID VAN VUUREN
B.A Hons. (Theatre) Dip Ed. (Dance / Drama)
Holds an Honours degree in Performance from Theatre Nepean, and a Graduate Diploma in Education (Dance / Drama). He has performed at the Istropolitana Theatre Training Festival (Bratislava, Slovakia) and in various other capacities, including: Hester (Art Gallery of NSW 2001, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2000); Under Milk Wood (Sydney Art Theatre); Measure for Measure (Shakespeare Festival Australia); Open House (Belvoir St Theatre), Water Rats, Farscape and various TV commercials. He has been involved in curriculum development for the performing arts through the Board of Studies and has presented workshops to both teachers and performers at a state, national and international level. He presented at the 1998 IDEA International Congress for drama educators in Kisumu, Kenya, and at IDEA 2001 in Bergen, Norway.