“Jade Anderson is one of the most skilled, brave and inventive actors I have worked with."
Jonathan McGrath, Director
Jade Anderson graduated with a BA (Hons) in Acting for Stage and Screen from QMU and Edinburgh Napier Universities in 2019, during her training she played the roles of Miss Amelia in Carson McCullers 'The Ballad of the Sad Cafe', Sarah in Mike Bartletts 'Earthquakes in London', Celia in Rebecca Lenkiewicz 'Her Naked Skin' and Flute in William Shakespeares 'A Midsummer Nights Dream'.
Jade has also just completed three years with the Transitions 20/40 program at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland which allowed her to train with industry professionals in Shakespeare, Directing and Brecht.
During her year out in 2017 Jade performed in an NHS Graduates Schools Tour, working in secondary schools across Tayside, A Community Tour with Stand Easy Productions and in a new piece of specially commissioned theatre to celebrate the 150th anniversary of McManus Galleries.
Since graduating Jade has been in Elfie Picket Theatre's The Union & The Crown, Dundee Rep's Emily Mouse's Christmas Tales, a radio commercial for Angus Fostering & in 2021 worked on the R&D for Elfie Picket Theatre's Dolly Paton Saved My Life.
Jade will be playing Nanny Sprout & Willow Witch in The Farm, an interactive site specific piece for Stand Easy Productions as well playing Pebble 1 in a work in progress sharing of The Pearl by Donald Falconer for the Dundee Fringe.