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Jaimee Doyle

Jaimee is a queer theatre maker, actor and writer based in Melbourne/Naarm. Jaimee has been performing since they were a child in community theatre.
They attended Northern College of the Arts and Technology for VCE to study Media, Theatre Studies, Sound Production and Dance. They worked on a volunteer basis with Stage Art, Catchment Players and MTC (Melbourne Theatre Company). 
 
Jaimee graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2023 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre.  VCA is where they have performed in shows such as ‘Rat King’ and ‘Sacred but Filthy’.  As a part of the VCA Masters of Writing in-development projects, Jaimee performed in the readings of Peter Mountford’s ‘Tangles’ as miss Greene (dir. George Lazaris) and Daniel Tobia’s ‘Flying Termites’ as Holly/Rachel (dir. Virginia Proud) They have also participated in the professional development of new works such as The Score with Ilbijerri Theatre, Slutnik by Flick and Pram People with Polyglot Theatre.

In July 2022 Jaimee presented their first ever play, ‘7 Minutes in Hell’ at The Butterfly Club in Melbourne/Naarm which was directed by fellow Theatre graduate Charlie Veitch. 
In January 2023 Jaimee produced their second play called ‘The Wilde Kind’ for the Midsumma Festival presenting it at the Motley Bauhaus. They re-staged it for the 2023 Melbourne Fringe Festival  and presented the updated show at Theatre works in St Kilda.

Jaimee’s interests are in text based narrative works especially emerging works and retellings. Jaimee finds feminist, queer and antiracist narratives extremely compelling when working on projects and they prioritise accessibility and diversity in all the work they create. Jaimee is confident working in many roles in a theatre company or ensemble including improvisation, movement choreography and text editing and is willing to work with both script based and devised work.
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