Cheryn Frost is a proud Yuwaalaraay woman. She is an advocate; a feminist; a creative; an emerging artist who wants to change the world of theatre.
Cheryn graduated from the University of Wollongong in 2015 with a Bachelor of Performance (Acting).
In 2014 Cheryn had the opportunity to debut the character Poppy in the AWGIE Award winning production, The Gap written by Patricia Cornelius, Melissa Reeves and Angela Betzien and directed by Catherine McKinnon. In 2015 Cheryn was Artistic Director for the annual UOW Student Initiated Nothing to See Here Festival.
Recently, Cheryn debuted a new Australian work that she co-devised, co-wrote and performed as part of the 2016 Melbourne Fringe Festival, titled Smut & Half Truths.
Cheryns’ performance credits also include, iDNA devised by PACT Collective and directed by Katrina Douglas and Fredrick Copperwaite (2016), Hold Onto Hope directed by Tim Maddock (2015), The King Or Something (The Public Are Invited To Dance) directed by Caitlin Newton-Broad (2015), Love and Money directed by Aaron Lucas (2015), The Trial directed by Chris Ryan (2014), Confidante directed by Catherine McNamara (2014) and The Skriker directed by Jackson Davis (2013).