Ali Roberts has studied acting at the prestigious Actors Centre in London and has a Masters in Communications
Studies (Directing, Writing, Producing). Ali has worked as an actor, an on set acting and dialogue coach, an agent, and a
casting consultant. Her credentials include Parallax (2004), All In the Name (2013), Stormworld (2009) and Good Pretender
(2011). Ali has appeared as a judge for The WA Screen Awards – the state’s premier celebration of screen culture.
She founded the Ali Roberts Studio in 2001, as a means to pass on her unparalleled knowledge of the industry.
Sally has always nurtured a passion for the performing arts, beginning piano lessons at the age of four and progressing
into singing, which she has studied since 2008. Sally has completed her Bachelor of Arts, in English and Cultural
Studies, from the University of Western Australia. Whilst doing so, Sally continued to develop her industry skills
through the University Dramatic Society where she worked on stage and behind the scenes, developing a practical
knowledge of what is required on every level of a production. Sally has also been fortunate enough to work for WA’s
own community station, West TV, where she produced their radio advertisements. She was cast in the feature film
Hounds of Love, the UDS stage production of The Importance of Being Earnest and the short film Busting Out The Bells.
Sally has been a part of the Ali Roberts Studio team since 2015.
Siobhan graduated with a Diploma in Acting from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA).
On the recommendation of WAAPA lecturers, Siobhan began teaching voice in 2009 and has since completed her
Masters in ‘Social Justice and Human Rights Based Theatre.’ Some of her production highlights include Project Xan, for
which she was a researcher and performer, and her role as Hat Lamb in Cloudstreet, the Foxtel TV mini-series.
Kimberley has been directing plays and musicals for over twenty-five years. Her production highlights include 13
the Musical, Spamalot, Eurobeat, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Seussical. Kimberley has been
officially recognised for her work, with awards for Best Play in DramaFest, the State One Act Drama Festival and
YouthFest. She is also a two-time winner of The Robert Finley Award for Best Musical. Kimberley is WA’s reviewer
for Stage Whispers (Australia’s national performing arts magazine), and an ongoing committee member (current
Vice President) of the Independent Theatre Association. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Studies and History
from The University of New South Wales.
Megan has trained at the Ali Roberts Studio since 2014. During this time she has participated in several intensive
acting workshops, including Rob Marchand’s Character-Based Improvisation Workshop, and Kirsty McGregor’s
Casting Director Workshop. She is also completing a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Western Australia, majoring
in Communications and Media, and History. Megan’s most notable credits include the film Disconnected, and
the stage production Topshelf Comedy 2017.