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Miki Brotzler
 
Dance | Performance | Theatre   (VIC)
 
Starting off as a classical ballet dancer and then moving on to contemporary dance and dance theatre, Miki performed with the Ballet de Chambre de Hirofumi Inoue (Japan), then with The One Extra dance/theatre company in Sydney. She then shifted her focus to acting and performed in various productions for Playbox Theatre, Chamber Made Opera, Queensland Theatre Company, Strange Fruit and other companies as well as appearing in several film and TV productions.

Miki has also been active in theatre, multimedia and film production work with Hirano Productions, Experimenta Media Arts and Balcony Films. Miki made her directorial debut with “Call Me Komachi” by Christie Nieman, and since then has directed several productions including “8 Femmes” for the Melbourne French Theatre, and “Picasso’s Women” in which she directed the other performers and performed the monologue of Jacqueline Roque. Miki was the Festival Director of Fast+Fresh (Melbourne) and Associate Producer for Short+Sweet International in 2007-2008, and is also a member of Azuki Beanz, a group of colourful Harajuku-style Japanese gals found entertaining the crowds at various events. When not engaged in an artistic project, Miki works as a Business Analyst in I.T. and is also a qualified yoga teacher.
   
   
 
 
Email: miki.brotzler@gmail.com
Mobile: 0414 781 851