Miller said audiences could expect something different from the two performances Witty Wicked Words Worked and Relationship Rituals.
“Witty Wicked Words Worked is really a bit of fun where we play around with suggestions from the audience to create improvised scenes and games,” she said.
“Relationship Rituals presents a clever, fun and sometimes dark look at our ludicrous and wondrous relationships and the rituals we create around them.
“It is an original piece, devised by the Kool Kreatives Kollective, so it will be different from anything else audiences have seen.”
Miller said the Kollective was established two years ago and provided affordable tuition to actors of all ages and experience levels.
“The Kollective was established by working actor Natalie Ryan-Brand,” she said.
“Over the years we have been expanding and now have a core group ensemble of 10 members with many more actors who join the drop-in classes.”
In her second year performing at Fringe, Miller said she was felt more prepared for the festival.
“I feel as though my first year was a practise year to understand how the Fringe process works and to learn how to not only perform but to produce, advertise, write and direct a show,” she said.
“Acting is a career that takes a lot of persistence and hard work to be able to make money from the art I do, but I am very grateful that I am making a career out of it.”
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Tickets at www.fringeworld.com.au .