Brenda Waite is a performer, teacher and director. With a background in physical theatre, mime and dance, her interest is in the expressive possibilities of the body in performance.
Brenda collaborates with artists from theatre, dance, film and visual art and regularly creates performance work in alternative spaces.
She involves improvisation as a central element in her performance practise and regularly teaches classes in improvisational performance.
From 1998-2007 she established and facilitated The Flummery Room in
Bristol, a space for artistic exchange and the development of
improvisational performance skills.
She has studied improvisation with Julyen Hamilton, Al Wunder,
Andrew Morrish, Sten Rudstrom and worked with Melbourne based company
'Born in a Taxi' (1998-2007).