Amy Hack is a graduate of Actors Centre Australia, Atlantic Theatre Company (NYC), and Patrick Studios Australia’s dance and professional development course. Amy’s theatre credits include: for Griffin: First Love is the Revolution (nominated for Sydney Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actor in a play, 2019), Shabbat Dinner; for Bell Shakespeare (The Players): Romeo & Juliet; for Hayes Theatre Company: American Psycho, Caroline, Or Change (nominated for Sydney Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actor in a musical, 2019), Cry Baby, Young Frankenstein; for One Eyed Man Productions: Spamalot National Tour; for KXT bAKEHOUSE: Wrath; for Red Line Productions at the Old Fitz: Amongst Ruins; for La Mama Theatre: Intoxication; for SheShakespeare: As You Like It. Amy’s film and television credits include Brock, Hyde & Seek, and Amazing Grace. Independent films include Infinite Shades of Grey and Equivocal Resolve. Amy is a proud resident actor with the Ignite Collective, an emerging collective of female artists producing new work around Australia. She has also worked as movement director & choreographer on various music videos for artists including Belinda Woods and Don the Toga.