Sandra Eldridge is a WAAPA acting graduate and has a Master of Arts (Practice) for directing CSU. As a director she has directed for Monkey Baa; Goodbye Jamie Boyd, The Prospector’s, I am Jack, Hitler’s Daughter (2007 Helpmann Award for Best Children’s Presentation), and Thursday’s Child (2009 Helpmann Award for Best Children’s Presentation.) Also The Mill on the Floss, The Grapes of Wrath WAAPA, Monkey Tales, The Chinese Gardens of Friendship, Nautilus, Voyage to the Deep Australian National Maritime Museum.
For Monkey Baa she has adapted and performed in the national tours of Worry Wart’s (Published PlayLab), Sprung! The Fairy’s Wing’s, The Bugalugs Bum Thief, Emily Eyefinger and adapted Goodbye Jamie Boyd, Hitler’s Daughter, Milli, Jack and The Dancing Cat, FOX, I Am Jack, Thursday’s Child, Pete the Sheep and Snugglepot and Cuddlepie for CDP
As an actor, Sandra has worked for many theatre companies including, Darlinghurst Theatre, Sport for Jove, Marion Street, Griffin, Railway Street, TRS, WA Theatre Company, Deckchair, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre UK, Pascal Productions at The Adelaide Festival and The SOH. Some of her film and TV credits include: Special Ops, All Saints, White Collar Blue, Children’s Hospital, Spellbinder, Footy Legends, Backburner, A Fortunate Life, Sisterly Love, Math’s Break, The Birthday Party, The Distance Between, Stay Awake I’m Not Someone Else, Lady and a Robot and Coming Out.
The Unknown Soldier
by Sandra Eldridge
A beautifully executed sharing of war and family experiences both past and present.