Caroline Hardy

Caroline is both a singer/songwriter and dancer, having been part of Restless since 2011 when she was invited to join the Youth Ensemble for Debut 3 where she performed in High Voltage directed by Lorcan Hopper, and toured this to Port Moresby in 2012. In 2012 Caroline was also a participant in the Youth Ensemble production of Howling Like a Wolf with director Zoe Barry.
In November 2013 Caroline performed in Debut 4, directed by Dance Nance and mentored by Larissa McGowan and Tuula Roppola.
In 2014 Caroline joined the Senior Ensemble and performed in the creative development showing of What’s A Nice Girl Like You Doing In A Place Like This directed by Emma Stokes and in the production in 2015 at the Odeon Theatre.
In 2016 Caroline performed in What Bird is That? directed by Josh Campton as part of Debut 5: the dancers direct.

Caroline also works as a tutor for both the Links and Restless Central groups.

As a singer/songwriter Caroline has been an artist with Tutti Arts since leaving school and has performed in festivals and conferences across Australia. She has been a performer in the cantata The Shouting Fence for the Adelaide Fringe (2009) and in a similar collaboration with SA Opera of an adaptation of The Magic Flute (2011).
As a member of all-female pop group, The Sisters of Invention, Caroline and the group made their Adelaide Fringe Debut in 2012, and The Sisters launched their self-titled debut album in 2015 at the Adelaide Festival Centre’s Space Theatre. The Sisters continue to write and produce original songs, in collaboration with industry powerhouses Michael Ross(Electric Fields) and Kathie Renner (Vincent’s Chair), and Mario Spate (aka Badcop).
In 2021 The Sisters presented the world premieres of their show Are You Ready for This to packed houses at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival. 2021 will also see the launch of The Sisters’ second album