Beccy Garlett is a 36 year old woman , Bibbulmun, Yamitji Yorgar, born in Perth. Her family groups are Whadjuk, Ballardong from the Bibbulman Nation in the South West wer Nanda Yamatji from the Murchison. Beccy has been working in the Performing Arts Industry from the age of ten years, working in different areas such as Actor, Mentor, Storyteller, Workshop Facilitator, Stage Management, Writing wer Creative developments. In her early career, Beccy worked with Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company.
- Cert IV In Aboriginal Theatre at the Western Academy of Performing Arts.
- Ohh La La Nyoongar
- In Your Dreams.
- Kep Kaatijin
- Kaarla Kaatijin
- Yirra Yaarnz
In 2004 Beccy was the assistant Artistic Director for Katta Katta Productions a youth of the streets program using theatre for confidence building wer Forum Theatre Techniques teaching Protective Behaviors aimed at young Aboriginal Children ages 4 to 16. While working with Yirra Yaakin's, she was a trainee Stage Manager il the Next Step Program for two bonar of Kep Kaatijin, two bonar of Kaarla Kaatijin wer keny bonar of Yirra Yaarnz for Yirra Yaakin. She also performed in the first bonar for Diva at Fringe Festival Perth wer Metalhead at Fremantle Arts Festival for Creative Collaborations. She was also an Actor for Act Out Theatre Company il their Domestic Violence prevention program with HALO Leadership program in 2012 wer 2013.
In early 2015 she as trained by Creative Collaborations in interactive Storytelling, were she went il sharing Aboriginal Stories during NAIDOC Week ( National Aboriginal Islander Day Observance Committee).
Since Working under the umbrella of Creative Collaborations she went il continuing Storytelling wer Aboriginal Cultural Workshops under the name of Warlitj Productions. The name was chosen based il the Eagles Characteristics eg: They have vision, attentive, can focus il the distance with clarity, fearless, faces challenges head il where others may fear, they nurture they young, they are never bosses but leaders.Yennar these Characteristics she tries to impose with her storytelling wer Cultural workshops.