Gala Shevtsov

Gala is an actor, theatre maker, and dancer. She graduated from WAAPA with a Bachelor of Performing Arts in 2016, and joined Constable Care Foundation in 2022, quickly becoming an integral part of the Youth Choices Intensives delivery. She has also been a hit with primary school aged children, thanks to her gentle and entertaining approach to child safety education. Gala has delivered countless Constable Care programs in the Perth metro area, as well as around Western Australia, touring with the Foundation.

Gala spent nine years dancing with Noongar performer Phil Walley-Stack, performing at Uluru, the Wardarnji Festival (Fremantle), and the Chumash Indian Museum in Los Angeles. Her acting works include Fox (Spare Parts Puppet Theatre, 2019), Manic Pixie Dream Girl (FRINGE 2020/2021), The Witch and the Goat, 01., Progression and Z6QCQ6 Code of Rituals (Existence Theatre, 2021). Additionally, Gala co-produced, co-devised, and performed in the work Unbound (Blue Room Theatre, 2021), a four year project reframing of Shakespeare’s works through a contemporary feminist lens. She appears in numerous independent short films, as well as Dolly Llamas debut feature Rampage Electra (2023).