Lansy Feng is a Taiwanese-Australian actor, singer, writer, theatre-maker and filmmaker, living and working in Melbourne. Lansy was trained at National Theatre Drama School and Howard Fine Acting Studio full time program.
In 2018, Lansy created the highly reviewed one-woman cabaret How I Met My Dead Husband and performed it at The Butterfly Club and Gasworks Arts Park as part of Melbourne Fringe Festival. The same work was later redeveloped with Wit Incorporated in 2019 for Maribyrnong and Brimbank audiences at the Bluestone Church Arts Space and The Bowery Theatre to community and critical acclaim. The work tells the reincarnating love story of Chuen Jiao falling in love with her soulmate Yueh across four lives. Told in three languages – English, Mandarin and French – the work includes two original songs as well as numerous diverse covers.
Outside of original work, in 2018 Lansy performed in several productions including musicals On My Way (Western Arts Theatre) and Fanciful Imaginings (Musicworx), theatre production Ophelia Thinks Harder (Wit Incorporated) and short film Origin. She has worked with Two Door Pictures and Talk EZ for web-ads, and Flying Art Films for a music video. In 2019, she co-produced and performed in Westerly at The Butterfly Club. In the same year, she also took on lead roles in the short film The Purpose and Altura Learning’s educational film. In the following year, Lansy took on the lead role of a short play Under A Rock in The City Parks Play production (Melbourne Writers Theatre). Lansy has also performed across Taiwan as a percussionist with Phonon Music when she was living overseas.
In 2020, Lansy co-created Bits of Wit, a web series of original work, as well as numerous independent video works. Her short film Of Course I Speak French was awarded the Judge’s choice award at the Cinespace Inc. 123 short film competition, made finalist and semi-finalist in several international awards, and has been officially selected in the San Diego International Mobile Film Festival. The same year, Lansy took on the role of Artistic Director of the independent theatre company Wit Incorporated.
In 2021, she performed in the production Every Second (Wit Incorporated) and was invited by Maribyrnong City Council to perform at Amplify:Unsung for International Women’s Day. In 2022, she toured her original play Dear Mama, There’s Something Maybe I Should Tell You across three venues across Melbourne and ended on a high note at the Bowery Theatre. The play was well-received with wonderful feedback from the audience. She also performed in the VCA master theatre production Bull and plays the lead of a SAE short film String Theory.
In 2023, Lansy has filmed a few projects including the web series Til You Make It, short film The Usual Please and Half Sisters. She is currently working on theatre projects including #BacchaeToo with Peridot Thetare Inc., Bleached with Wit Incorporated and Farewell Lady Autumn with WHAM.