Current: Associate Artistic Director for New Adventures, Associate Artistic Director and artistic lead for New Adventures' Take Part activity.

Choreography and Movement Direction credits include:

Movement Director and Choreographer for Bluebeard with Wise Children, directed by Emma Rice; Choreographer for Buddha of Suburbia with Wise Children, directed by Emma Rice for Royal Shakespeare Company; Wuthering Heights (National Theatre/US Tour);Bagdad Café (Old Vic);Wise Children(Old Vic & UK Tour); Romantics Anonymous (Bristol Old Vic/Sam Wanamaker Theatre); Orpheus in the Underworld (English National Opera); A Clockwork Orange (Everyman & Playhouse); The Tin Drum (Kneehigh Theatre/UK Tour), Much Ado About Nothing and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare’s Globe), Le Nozze di Figaro (Holland Park Opera), The Way of the World (Wilton’s Music Hall), The Infernal Galop (Images of Dance / Sarasota Ballet), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Albery Theatre), Umbrellas of Cherbourg (Kneehigh Theatre Co. / Leicester Curve and Gielgud Theatre), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead (Chichester Festival Theatre/ Haymarket Theatre), Wild bride and Midnights Pumpkin (Kneehigh Theatre Co./ Asylum Tent Cornwall), Travesties (Birmingham Rep), Sleeping Beauty (Birmingham Rep).

As Associate Director and Performer for AMP/New Adventures: Romeo & Juliet; Sleeping Beauty; The Midnight Bell; The Red Shoes; Romeo & Juliet; Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella (Original London and LA productions), Dorian Gray, Edward Scissorhands, Nutcracker! Etta also originated roles in Nutcracker (Opera North and Sadler’s Wells), The Car Man (Old Vic), Swan Lake (Sadler’s Wells, West End, LA & Broadway), Highland Fling (Donmar Warehouse & UK tours); The Infernal Galop, The Percy’s of Fitzrovia, Deadly Serious, Town & Country and the role of Peg in Edward Scissorhands.

TV & Film credits include Nutcracker (BBC/NVC), The Car Man (Channel 4), Cinderella (South Bank Show, ITV), Swan Lake (BBC), Late Flowering Lust (BBC), Roald Dahl’s Red Riding Hood (BBC), Mrs Hartley and the Growth Centre (BBC), Storm (Aletta Collins / BBC), Swan Lake 3D (Sky Arts).

Etta is a previous associate of Kneehigh Theatre and The Globe.