Alanah Parkin (they/them) is a Melbourne-based queer and nonbinary actor, singer, and writer. They have a diverse array of theatre credits ranging from plays and musicals to immersive works and improv-heavy performances. Alanah has been a principal cast member with Playhouse Pantomimes since 2017, playing in all five of their productions annually as anything from ingenues and talking animals to loveable grandmothers and villainous character roles. They have extensive experience in devising and writing for theatre, hold a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing and Theatre Studies from the University of Melbourne, and are currently studying Improv Comedy at The Improv Conspiracy on a full scholarship. Their screen credits include Momentum Studios' nonbinary short film 'Still Me,' award-winning short films 'The Grand Scheme' and 'Him,' and the Omeleto/Alter-distributed short 'Blackwood.' In 2022, Alanah will be playing a role in Matt Mirams' feature film, 'Residence.'
Alanah is a proud member of the LGBTQIA+ community, and welcomes any opportunity to collaborate with fellow LGBTQIA+ creatives! They are comfortable playing both women and nonbinary characters.