Amanda Falson

Amanda is Co-Artistic Director of Feat In Space Theatre Co.

She performed in and co-directed Feat In Space’s first production, The Dreamer Examines His Pillow by John Patrick Shanley in 2011 and was producer of the company’s following two shows, The Piano Thief 2012 and A Protest 2013; both written and directed by Gareth Ellis and performed at the company’s first venue, the Little Feat Theatre in Thornbury. She also contributed two new plays to the Feat Theatre public play reading series in 2012.

As an actor, Amanda has performed in several shows with The Hayloft Project including Spring Awakening at Belvoir Street Theatre, and Platonov, both directed by Simon Stone, and played Edna in Something Natural But Very Childish at La Mama directed by Gary Abrahams (all award winning productions). She played Ruby in Lally Katz’ Smashed, directed by Adena Jacobs, performed with Liminal Theatre in Mishima in the City directed by Robert Draffin and Mary Sitarenos, played Lola in The Red Shoes adapted and directed by Mary Sitarenos, was Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream directed by Lindy Davies, Flavia in Mad Forest directed by Mary Sitarenos, Joyce in Top Girls directed by Tanya Gerstle, Anya in The Cherry Orchard directed by Lindy Davies and Fima in Children of the Sun directed by Gregori Ditiatkovsky from the Russian Maly Theatre Company. Amanda has also appeared in MDA for ABC television, as well as several short films and radio plays.

She is a graduate from VCA Drama in 2001.

Amanda is also a trained Ballet dancer and qualified Pilates Instructor currently teaching Classical Ballet and Pilates classes at Feat Theatre.