Born on Whadjuk Noongar Boodjar, Bec Bradley is an artist best known for her work as a performer, musician, puppeteer, director and facilitator. With over 2 decades of experience in her field, she works and tours extensively throughout Australia and internationally.
In Perth, Bec has worked with Spare Parts Puppet Theatre since 2005, performing in over 10 of their repertoire shows, and receiving multiple awards and nominations from Performing Arts WA for her work. She has also worked with Sensorium Theatre since its inception in 2010, and composed the music for their first work, The Jub Jub Tree. She has performed in all of the company’s major works and recently directed Sensorium’s international collaborative work, Hutan (2022).
Bec has also directed works for Curtin University, and Spare Parts Puppet Theatre, including the ever popular large scale puppetry work, String Symphony (2020). In 2023 she stepped into the role of Director of the Early Years programs for SPPT.
Bec is also a certified teacher of Yoga, and the TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process since 2012. She is passionate about music, puppetry and performance as vehicles of creative learning, for developing self awareness and emotional intelligence.
Spare Parts Puppet Theatre respectfully acknowledges the Whadjuk Noongar people as the traditional owners and custodians of the unceded land on which we work. As we tour our work across these vast lands, we pay our respect to all First Nations elders, past and present. We celebrate their continuing connection and contribution to culture, country and community, and thank all First Nations peoples for their wisdom in caring for the land, the sky, the rivers and the sea.