Chye-Ling Huang is a member of the Equity national performers' committee. She is an actor, puppeteer and 2012 Unitec acting graduate. Chye-Ling's recent credits include The Mooncake and the Kumara (Auckland Arts Festival), HUI (Court Theatre), Just Above the Clouds (Q Theatre), F.O.B (Basement Theatre) and Lantern (Musgrove Studio), the latter two produced by her company Pretty Asian Theatre.
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Becky is a member of the Equity National Performers' Committee. Becky is an actor from New Zealand and has also performed and trained in Australia and the UK. Amidst working on screen and stage projects both locally and in Australia, she has trained at NIDA and The Actors Studio, amongst others, and eagerly attends Equity Development workshops when possible. Becky has been an active member of Equity since 2012 and is a founding member of the Advocates For Inclusion.
Ryan Dulieu is a member of the Equity National Performers Committee. A 2013 graduate of The Actors’ Program, Ryan’s stage highlights include: This is Our Youth, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Fix, and Sin. On screen, Ryan has appeared in Agent Anna. Ryan is passionate about the industry and the way Equity can help to further shape it.
Ryan is represented by B&M Creative Artists and has been a proud member of Equity since 2012.
Daniel joined the Equity national performers' committee in 2015. Daniel has degrees in law and theatre; and upon graduating in 2008 he continued pursing theatre for many years as a hobby while he practiced law. In 2013 he resolved to pursue acting professionally, resigned from his legal career, and returned to drama school. He recently graduated from The Actors' Program, and is very excited to be participating in the industry and pursuing his passion.
Mary joined the National Performers' Committee in 2015. She is a 2014 graduate of The Actors' Program and has a strong history in theatre as both an actor and as a producer. In 2012 Mary co-founded the Remote Fiction Theatre company and is now a Trustee on the Board of the Auckland Shakespeare Trust. She is working as a production manager/producer as well as continuing to pursue her career in acting.
Mary has been a proud member of Equity since 2014 and is passionate about advocating for better working conditions and opportunities for actors in New Zealand.