Chelsea is a performance teacher and theatre practitioner. Her qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Theatre and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Secondary Education from Griffith University. She has a belief in fostering inclusive learning experiences and embodied knowledge practices in her classrooms. Previously, she taught movement classes at LASALLE College of the Arts and Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA).
Chelsea has studied the Suzuki Method of Actor Training and the Nobbs Suzuki Praxis deeply. Her profound understanding of these pre-expressive trainings informs her teaching, performing, and devising work.
She regularly works with OzFrank Theatre Film (Australia), MySuperFuture Theatrical Productions (Singapore); and Autopoetics (Singapore) of which she is a founding member.
She has performed and devised Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA), is currently studying her Master of Arts by practice-as-research at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), and is committed to personal and professional development and encourages the same of her students. She is passionate about education, working with young people, performer training, practice as research, theatre and theatre devising techniques.