Rebecca has been passionate about theatre and film from an early age. She graduated from Nepean High School for the Creative and Performing Arts after studying drama there for four years. She participated in state level competitions in her school ensemble, and in 2012, she participated in ‘Flannofest’ as ‘Rosie’ the cheerful young girl. In 2013 she then played the part of a bully victim in Australian playwright Alana Valentine’s ‘Cyberbile’ at Q Theatre. Rebecca also won the ‘Zonta award’ for ‘Penrith Valley’s Best Actress’ in 2011.
Since continuing her studies in theatre and film as part of the Bachelor of Performance program at AIM Dramatic Arts (AIMDA), Rebecca expanded her experience with comedy playing Yolanda in ‘Blurred’ (2015, dir. Shane Anthony). Her acting capabilities were then challenged with a gender opposite role as Sebastian in the production of ‘Twelfth Night’ (2016, dir. Peta Downes). She then found her love for physical theatre, playing a grieving mother in ‘KillJoy’ (2016, dir. Kate Vozella). Rebecca’s creator/producer credits with AIMDA include: ‘Anna Karenina’ (Costume Designer, 2016, dir. Peta Downes), ‘Twelfth Night’ (Deputy Stage Manager, 2016, dir. Peta Downes), ‘Love & Marriage: The Engagement’ (Props Design Assistant, 2015, dir. Kate Gaul), 'KillJoy' (Costume Designer/set designer, 2016, dir. Kate Vozella), 'One Step Closer' (Stage Manager, 2016, dir. Annie Thorold).
Since graduating, Rebecca has gone on to co-recreate and perform the group devised, physical theatre piece ‘KillJoy’ with her theatre company ‘[i]mprint’ in the ‘Short&Sweet festival’ 2017. Shortly after this, Rebecca continued to expand her crewing experience, Stage Managing for ‘Breaking Bread’ (2017, dir. Margaret Davis).