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Elaine Crombie

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Elaine Crombie

Singer/song-writer/actor who has performed in stage productions nationally and internationally

A proud Pitjantjatjara, Warrigmal, South Sea and German descendant, Elaine Crombie has a career spanning two decades. She is an actor, singer, songwriter and writer with extensive experience in theatre.  Elaine has an extensive list of MC and speaker engagements, all of which, receive rave reviews and praise.

Elaine is an actor, Director, First Nations Organiser for the Media Entertainment Arts Alliance, producer, singer, songwriter, Stand-up comedian and writer, and a staunch MEAA member who has appeared in multiple plays, TV series and films. She has appeared for Belvoir in the 2017 run of Barbara and the Camp Dogs, and in Conversations with the Dead (2003), and will reprise her role in Barbara and the Camp Dogs for its 2019 run. Other stage credits include Astroman (Melbourne Theatre Company), Blaque Showgirls (Malthouse Theatre), An Octoroon, Country Song, The Sunshine Club (Queensland Theatre), This Fella My Memory (Moogahlin Performing Arts), I am Eora (Sydney Festival), Bloodland (Sydney Theatre Company / Bangarra Dance Theatre), and Cherry Pickers and The Sunshine Club (Sydney Theatre Company). Television credits include, Top of the Lake, How to Stay Married, Rosehaven S2, Grace Beside Me, 8MMM Aboriginal Radio, Nowhere Boys S4, Get Krack!n, Black Comedy, Redfern Now, Kiki and Kitty. She has appeared in the films Jackie Jackie, Black Talk and Top End Wedding.

Elaine started working with Queensland Theatre Company, and has since worked with Bangarra Dance Theatre, Belvoir Street Theatre Company, Sydney Theatre Company, Malthouse Theatre Company and other various theatre companies.

She has also worked on several television productions, including 8MMM Aboriginal Radio, Redfern Now and Black Comedy. 

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