Caroline holds a Bachelor of Arts in Performing Arts – Theatre Nepean, Scriptwriting Certificate 2- Metro Screen and studied Advance Shakespearian Performance at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Caroline has appeared in numerous independent theatre productions and television for Beyond Productions, Home & Away, Janet King and Rake.
As well as performing, Caroline has been teaching drama, voice & movement to adults, people with disabilities, adolescents and young children for a number of organizations- Marian Street Theatre for Young People, Next Step Performing Arts, Kids in the Biz, Powerhouse Youth Theatre, The Bell Shakespeare –Shakespeare in Action for schools, Rozelle Neighborhood Centre and numerous community and disability organizations.
Having worked as a director with people with disabilities for 20 years she has been the artistic director of Ever After Theatre for the last 5 years, participating in the mentorship program led by Back to Back Theatre and has directed the works ‘Power’ and ‘The Game’ with Ever After Theatre. She was also creative consultant and acting coach for the 1 in 5 film Project funded by Arts NSW in association with Torrid Films and Rozelle Neighborhood Centre.
More recently she directed and co- produced Ever After’s production of ‘Social Network Stories’ which was part of the 2014 Carriageworks Season. She also directed Ever After’s final 2014 performance – ‘Happily Ever After’ in association with the Bendigo Bank and Rozelle Primary School.