Sheridan Harbridge is an actor, singer, playwright, director and comedienne. A graduate from NIDA, Sheridan recently starred in Prima Facie at Griffin Theatre for which she won the Sydney Theatre Award for Best Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Mainstage Production. Sheridan’s TV credits include Rake, All Saints and Wild Boys, Doctor Blake Murder Mysteries, and The Justine Clarke Show. Her theatre credits include Stop Girl (Belvoir) 44 Sex acts in One Week, Queen Fatima, The Sugar House, Kill Climate Deniers, Muriel’s Wedding the Musical (Sydney Theatre Company) The Sugar House, Girl Asleep, The Dog/The Cat (Belvoir Theatre), North by Northwest, The Beast, and The Speechmaker (Melbourne Theatre Company), Gaybies (Darlinghurst Theatre), Jump for Jordan (Griffin Theatre Company), 80 Minutes No Interval (Old Fitz), Hip Bone Sticking Out, Blue Angel (Big hArt), Detective’s Handbook, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown (Hayes Theatre) Fiddler on the Roof, Carmen and My Fair Lady (Opera Australia), An Officer & a Gentleman (GFO), Threepenny Opera, Miss Julie, Cabaret, The Bald Soprano, Shafana & Aunt Sarrinah, Frog & Smudge, DreamSong (Arts Centre Melbourne). She played Valerie Solanas and Judy Garland in Jim Sharman’s online film Andy X. Sheridan authored the musical Songs for the Fallen, which won Best Musical, and Outstanding actress at the New York Music Theatre Festival in 2015, and has toured in Sydney and Brisbane Festival, Arts Centre Melbourne, and New Zealand major arts festivals. In 2016, she was a member of the Griffin Theatre Studio, which culminated in her developing and directing Nosferatutu, or Bleeding at the Ballet as part of the Griffin Independent Season. Sheridan collaborated with UK cult band The Tiger Lillies on Cockatoo Island for the Biennale of Sydney, and appeared with John Cleese in the Just for Laughs Festival, Sydney Opera House.
Her website is www.sheridanharbridge.com