Brooke Murray is an emerging playwright and inclusion support artist. Graduating with a Bachelor of Communication: Theatre/Media from Charles Sturt University, Brooke developed a passion for creating beautiful, conceptual work, devising and performing in Patch Theatre Company’s The Moon’s A Balloon regional intersect program. In 2016, Brooke directed a devised work called At Sea, which toured to primary schools in regional NSW. Since leaving Bathurst, Brooke has worked in stage management on The Trouble With Harry (Siren Theatre Co) and SIX (Flag Youth Theatre).
In 2018, they attended the ATYP National Studio, and in January 2019, their short play Pink Soap was performed as part of ATYP’s ‘Intersection: Arrival’ and published by Currency Press. Brooke currently works as an inclusion support artist at St Martins Youth Arts and as education support officer in primary education settings, using this learning about diversity and empowerment to inform their practice.