| Judith joined the Lieder Theatre in September
2001 having moved to the area from Sydney.
There she has been an active member of the Castle Hill Players for almost
twenty-five years and ran the Castle Hill Youth Theatre for much of that
Judith was also a drama teacher at The Hills Grammar School and has
adjudicated at several country drama festivals in NSW.
She attended a part time Drama School in England before moving with
her family to Australia in 1978. Judith has been involved in over one
hundred plays in one way or another. In more recent years she has directed
plays including The Birthday Party, The Homecoming, Twelve Angry Men,
Nuts, Agnes of God, Oh What a Lovely War, Toad of Toad Hall, Educating
Rita, and has acted in The Homecoming, Blithe Spirit, Bold Girls, Equus,
and Don's Party.
Judith attended the writing course at NIDA in 1992, and subsequently
had plays performed at NIDA and at the National Playwrights Conference
in Canberra. Judith is an active member of the Lieder having directed
Once A Catholic in 2002 and Sylvia in 2003. Also in 2003 she ran workshops
and wrote for the Lieder Youth Theatre's 2 Friendly 4 Words, performed
in The Beauty Queen of Leenane, provided administrative support and promotion
for productions and operated lights for Pinocchio. She has previously
served as president of the Lieder's Board of Management.