MollyFisherGrowing up in Ballarat, Molly Fisher has always been surrounded by theatre. Her credits whilst studying at Federation University included “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” (Miss Florence Gill/ Royale Dancer), “Thoroughly Modern Millie” (Miss Dorothy Brown), directed by Nancye Hayes in “Riches, Romance and Rebellion” (Jane Martin), “Urinetown” (Soupy Sue), Smash Hit (Julie), as well as writing and performing her self-devised cabaret “Going Overboard”.

Molly performed in “Anonymous”, written by Rachel Powis, showcased in collaboration with the La Mama Mobile Season. She has studied voice with Constance Coward-Lemke for the past 8 years and recently completed her 8th grade AMEB classical singing exam. Most recently, she traveled the country playing the role of Lucy in Life Like Touring’s Australian production of “Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom – Live on Stage”.