Caroline Dunphy is a celebrated Actress, Performance Maker, Director and Teacher. She has worked with a wide range of national theatre companies and has extensive screen experience, having appeared both on Australian as well as British television.
Most recently Caroline has appeared in the Feature Film Drive Hard. She has also directed Motherland, which was awarded Best Theatre Production for 2013. She co-created and appeared in I Want to Know What Love Is as part of the Brisbane Film Festival, as well as guest directing Awkward Conversations, a showcase of Contemporary Theatre Works by leading international Playwrights.
Caroline is a founding member of the comedic movement based group The Brides of Frank, specializing in Avant-garde Theatre and has directed countless national University Productions. As a teacher Caroline has trained countless students of Acting, Directing and Opera for various Australian Colleges and Universities.
Caroline Dunphy is a graduate of the Acting Program at QUT and has trained under specialist teachers and directors, such as Ellen Lauren (NY), Tadashi Suzuki (Japan), Anne Bogart (NY) and Richard Schechner (NY). Caroline Dunphy has an incredible repertoire of Original Theatre Works dedicated to developing innovative performance, having studied the Suzuki Actor Training Methodology with the Frank Theatre. She has travelled extensively to Japan to attend international theatre festivals, forums and seminars from such renowned directors as Robert Wilson, among others.