Sharon discovered her love of the stage in high school when she played the Great Goblin in The Hobbit and died a bloody death. When not around a theatre, she enjoys spending time with her husband and 4 children at their home in Strathfieldsaye.
Sharon lives a creative life of yarn bombing, vintage up-cycling and repurposing, and she served as Props Master on Synchronicity’s inaugural production of And the Big Men Fly in 2014. She then took to the stage with the company as Miss Prism in 2015’s The Importance of Being Earnest. Since then, she has performed as part of Bendigo Theatre Compnay’s Ten x 10 for two years running, and sung at Hamer Hall as part of the Boite Millenium Chorus.
Sharon performed for Tripwire’s first production – The Let Down Reflex and worked on the production team for Hollow.