I chat with the Canberra Theatre Centre Podcast about forging my acting career.
I chat with Too Many Tangents about strategies for bettering the representation of women in the arts and being awarded the BBM Youth Scholarship.
Interview with The Daily Telegraph ahead of performing the role of Spot at The Opera House:
Spot the Pup(pet) on Opera House Paw Patrol
Feature Profile in the Australian Arts Review:
On the couch with Enya Daly
Interview for Suzy Goes See ahead of Siren Theatre Company's 2019 production of The Moors:
5 Questions with Romy Bartz and Enya Daly
'Huldey, played with just the right amount of flounce and squeal by Enya Daly, is fanciful and girlish...her terrific genre-bending final ballad... For the audience on opening night: a highlight.' -Audrey Journal'
Enya Daly is disturbing, charming and an appropriate mad woman trope in her portrayal of the tragic Huldey. Her Wuthering Heights tribute dance is one of the best moments of the production.' -Lisa Thatcher Review
'Daly's manic yet naive girl-woman Huldey is a highlight' -Megaphone Oz
'Enya Daly as Spot/Jake... does an excellent job keeping the mostly toddler-to-four-year-old audience and their guardians entertained.'
'The three cast members are adept puppeteers and also vibrant personalities... Enya Daly is bubbly and enthusiastic as Spot.'
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'The woman (Daly) counters with a searing riposte to the omnipresent threat of sexual violence and porn culture...the performances are strong. Birch gives every member of the cast a spotlight moment...Daly as the supermarket protester' -Audrey Journal
'All six performers for the piece are impressive...Enya Daly bring emotion when we least expect it' -Suzy Goes See
'The cast is extraordinary: five brilliant and committed players. Add to Sanders and Hillier...the wide- eyed passion of Enya Daly... you have a stage of disparate peers joined in a fearless cause.' - The Barefoot Review
'The cast – Fiona Press, Eliza Sanders, Amy Victoria Brooks, Enya Daly and Richard Hilliar – are outstanding, both as individuals and as an ensemble. They deliver the work with authenticity, subtletly and robust humour.' -Glam Adelaide