Rhiannon Morris

Rhiannon Morris  with DCPA

Rhiannon Morris
Aged nine Rhiannon performed the role of Rose Chubb as part of a one hundred strong cast in Dorchester's 4th community play Fire from Heaven by Rupert Creed.

From the age of ten to eighteen she was a member of WOW Youth Musical Theatre, taking part in productions such as Les Miserables, Pirates of Penzance and Fiddler on the Roof. WOW enabled Rhiannon to develop and gain confidence as a performer.

At both Dorchester Middle School and Thomas Hardye School she took part in numerous school productions including Bugsy Malone in which she played Tallulah and A Midsummer Night's Dream, when she played Helena.

Rhiannon is also a member of Doorway Theatre Company, a local semi-professional group with whom she played a significant role in The Kite, a play written specifically for the company by playwright Stephanie Dale, and performed at Bridport Arts Centre and Dorchester. More recently she played the part of Blue Girl in Sea Me, by Stephanie Dale, a forty minute audio play with characters devised by Doorway Theatre Company, recorded on location by Monty Funk Productions and directed by freelance BBC Radio Producer Peter Leslie Wild.

Rhiannon has been involved in some film work, taking part in a BBC 2 documentary on Thomas Hardy and playing Fancy Day in a short film for the National Trust now on show at Hardy's Cottage and Max Gate. She has also undertaken extra work for a BBC short film and in the Channel 4 series Skins.

Rhiannon completed a one year foundation course at LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art) in 2014 and is now working in London's theatreland.