Adele most recently performed in Sport for Jove’s Summer Season productions of “One Servant Two Masters” and “Measure For Measure”. 2017 saw her traveling the country with Shake and Stir Theatre Company’s award-winning adaptation of “Dracula”. Prior to that she was in Theatron’s production of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf”. She is a recipient of the International Actor’s Fellowship at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre London, as well as performing at the internationally acclaimed ‘Finbourough Theatre’, London, in an Australian production of ‘The One Day Of The Year’. Adele has also appeared in Sydney Theatre Company’s ‘Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead’, Bell Shakespeare’s “Players”, and Darlinghust Theatre’s ‘The importance of Being Earnest’. Adele has appeared in various feature films including the Australian comedy feature ‘Dick’s Clinic’, and two soon to be released films, ‘Crossing Paths’ and sci-fi ‘Harmony’. She has also appeared in short films ‘Ricochet (St Kilda Film Festival Finalist) and ‘Worst Date Ever’, for which she received a nomination for ‘Best Actress’ at the 2014 Houston Comedy Film Festival.
Adele has been a proud member of MEAA since graduating WAAPA