Goldele is a diverse arts practitioner, working as a director/deviser and dramaturge, and teaching artist. Goldele can occasionally be found behind the scenes as a stage manager and on stage as a performer.
In 2015 she founded theatre company Company of Rogues. She is also currently the Artistic Program Coordinator at Milk Crate Theatre where she manages their theatre workshop and mentorship programs for people who have experiences homelessness or at risk of homelessness.
In 2014 She was the recipient of the Amplify Your Art professional development grant from Accessible Arts. This has allowed her to undertake internships and training with Shopfront Contemporary Youth Arts, Zen Zen Zo and Back to Back Theatre.
Goldele graduated with a Bachelor of Performing Arts, on the Deans Honors List, at Monash University in 2007. At 15 she trained in the inaugural year long Talented Youth Training Program at the Actors College of Theatre and Television in Sydney, NSW.
Goldele’s recent Theatre credits include:- “No Place Like” – (Performer/Joker -Milk Crate Theatre& Riverside Theatre, 2015) “The Typists” (Director/Performer-The Exchange Hotel Balmain, 2015); “This House Is Mine” – (Dramaturge-Darlinghurst Theatre & Milk Crate Theatre, 2014-5); Out of Line – (Dramaturge -Shopfront Contemporary Youth Arts and ATYP 2014);”Full Circle” and “The Things That are Left Behind” – (Actor-Milk Crate theatre 2013); “The Vagina Monologues” (Director-National Theatre, 2009), “The Typist” – (Director – Dantes, 2008), “Halfway Across The River”, (Director/Dramaturge- Melbourne Fringe 2008); “A Fractured Feeling”, (Director, Adelaide Fringe Festival and National Theatre Studio 1, 2007);
As a journalist she is a regular contributor to www.samesame.com.au, where she reviews theatre, interviews personalities and writes special interest articles. She has had the pleasure of meeting and speaking with a number of celebrities, including K.D. Lang and comediane Hannah Gadsby.