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Isabella Broccolini, is an Australian performer, theatre maker and feminist writer. Previously known for her work in the Sydney Theatre Industry as actor, Isabella Tannock. Isabella's debut piece of work Get Her Outta Here (107 Projects, Sydney) launched Broccolini Productions in early 2018.

Isabella’s recent performance work includes collaboration with Waste Paper Opera Company; performing her own material as part of Clint’s Boat Party (Rosemary Branch Theatre & Architecture Foundation UK, 2018), performing selected work from Eugene Ionesco’s The Bald Saprano as part of a private event for The Institvtm Pataphysicvm Londiniense. Don’t know what the hell this is? Google pataphysics. Trippy.

Isabella’s dark and dirty past theatre work includes; The Library of Babel by kleine feinheiten (Sydney Fringe Festival 2017), where she created Red Lady fuelling the conception of Get Her Outta Here (2018). Watermelon by Harriet Giles and Natalie Abbott (Under Belly Arts Festival, 2017), Jack of Hearts by David Williamson (The Ensemble Theatre, 2016), Marina Abramović: In Residence (Kaldor Public Art Projects, 2015), Harvest by Richard Bean (New Theatre, 2014), Titus Andronicus (F&C Theatre Makers, 2013); 1001Nights (The Queensland Theatre Co. & Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre Co., 2013). Film credits include Nice Package (18 Degree Films’ feature, 2013).

 Isabella has trained in Suzuki Method of Actor training (QACI&ZenZenZo Physical Theatre Company, 2008), Eric Morris Technique (QUT, 2012), Linklater Vocal Training (QUT&QSE, 2010), Practical Aesthetics (Andrea Moore, 2008) and The Marina Abramović Method (Marina Abramović & Lysney Peisinger, 2015). Isabella's recent training and collaboration has been with Performance Art duo Vest&Page at Venice International Performance Art Week 2018. 

Isabella's mission is to create gutsy self-devised theatre of the female effect. Isabella likes; burning sage, drinking coffee, inhabiting moody music, nature overloading, looking at gentle art, witnessing intense art and taking down the patriarchy.