Harriet Devlin is a director, arts worker and performer specialising in physical theatre devising, working with children and young people and inclusive theatre practice. Harriet has worked with theatre companies both nationally and internationally across performance, production and directing, including Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre (London), Rawcus (Melbourne), Australian Theatre for the Deaf (Melbourne), Zen Zen Zo (Brisbane), St Martins Youth Arts Centre (Melbourne), Women’s Circus (Melbourne), Australian Theatre for Young People (Sydney), and Arts Access Victoria (Melbourne). Harriet has facilitated many arts projects with diverse schools and communities across Melbourne, and is currently Lead Artist on The Playground Project, a partnership between at St Martin’s Youth Arts Centre and Stonnington Youth Services. In 2016, Harriet was one of the artists involved in Lenine Bourke’s The Walking Neighbourhood, a community engagement project at Arts Centre Melbourne. Harriet has recently become an Ensemble Member of the award-winning Melbourne-based theatre company, Rawcus, and will be performing in their new work, Song For a Weary Throat in November 2017. Harriet is also a proficient Auslan-user and is studying a Diploma of Interpreting (Auslan) at RMIT this year.