Ainslee Palmer is an actor, facilitator and theatre maker with a passion for play and artistic curiosity. After graduating from the University of Southern Queensland Bachelor of Creative Arts (Theatre) in 2013, Ainslee moved to New York City where she worked with Tectonic Theatre Project as a teaching artist and performer with various theatre companies. After moving to Brisbane in 2017, Ainslee worked in Arts Health in various aged care facilities around the South East Coast: facilitating workshops with people experiencing dementia.
In 2018, Ainslee formed a strong collaboration with White Rabbit Theatre Ensemble as a performer, producer and facilitator working with young people as well as young adults experiencing disabilities. In 2019 Ainslee has taken the role of Associate Director with the company. Her performing work includes puppeteering in Agnes and Earl during Commonwealth Games Festival 2018, Writing and performing Flour Girl: a 30-minute one woman show for You’ve (already) Begun as part of Anywhere Theatre Festival 2018. Performer and producer on WRTE’s recent show Love Means Nothing in Tennis 2019 and performing with Everybody Now You Should be Dancing Mini’s 2019.
Ainslee describes her artistic practice as a theatre maker and comfort breaker who strongly believes in collaboration.