Dancing ability: Intermediate
-Spirit Young Performers New Dance Company and Junior Competition Team Sept 2016 - ongoing
-London Elite Dance Company awarded a 2 term half scholarship Jan 2016 to July 2016.
-Britain Does Variety Regional Finals 2016 Contemporary Dance Solo - ongoing.
-Performed on the Main Stage at MoveIt 2016 with Spirit Young Performers Elite Dance Troupe.
-Ballerina - Sleeping Beauty - English Youth Ballet Theatre 2015
-Talentfest UK - Part of SpiritYPC Elite Dance Troupe Runners Up in the Nationals in Sept 2015
-MOVE IT Dance show 2016 and 2015 Masterclasses with Duplic8 and Lukas McFarlane
-Runner Up Dance Quest Soloist 2014
-Pro Action Dance Leadership course Level 1 - passed August 2015.
-Spirt Young Performers Company Elite Musical Theatre Team, and Elite Dance Troupe and Intensive Dance Troupe. Dance Styles Contemporary, Commercial, Ballet, Jazz, Modern, Technique and Lyrical
-Dolphina Advanced Gymlastics - Artistic and Acrobatics Proficiency Award Level 1
-Rise Studios training in Grade 4 Ballet, Grade 3 Tap (Merit), Grade 4 Modern (Distinction), Grade 3 LAMDA, Acting, Street Dance, Hip Hop and Musical Theatre.
-Breakout Dance Company - Contemporary, Ballet, Street, Hip Hop and Funky Jazz
RSL Grade 2 Musical Theatre Performance Arts award passed with a Distinction 6th July 2012.
RSL Grade 1 Musical Theatre Performance Arts award passed with a Distinction 8th July 2011.
- Time of my Life- Short film - Ballerina.
- 'The 1975' Music Video Feature Dancing Girl by Agile Films.
- 'Meet me in St Louie' Christmas 2013/2014. References for Rebecca Barry as 'Tootie Smith below:
Special mention should go to little Rebecca Barry who, as young Tootie, provides some of the best one-liners of the evening, as well as possessing a great voice. - http://www.ayoungertheatre.com/review-meet-me-in-st-louis-landor-theatre/
and there’s a delightful performance as young Tootie by Rebecca Barry; a rather big part for a child actor.http://garethjames.wordpress.com/2013/12/19/meet-me-in-st-louis/
"As her Principal I am so very proud," said Kitty Gould who runs Stagecoach Rickmansworth and Chorleywood, "Rebecca always gives her all in her classes and is a very hard working, dedicated student with a professional attitude and lovely personality. She truly deserves all her success." - http://www.stagecoach.co.uk/spotlight/191-stagecoach-rickmansworth-student-rebecca-has.html
The show could not have found someone more like Margaret O’Brien than little Rebecca Barry, a young showbiz veteran already, who is a marvellously knowing Tootie and makes her totally believable and quite loveable. If Annie ever gets revived again, Rebecca should be straight in there.
Tootie played by the diminutive Rebecca Barry. This child is an undoubted scene stealer and is hoping to appear in Matilda one day soon. http://www.remotegoat.com/uk/review_view.php?uid=10555
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, sung by Esther at a windowsill to an inconsolable Tootie, (played by the adorable, talented Rebecca Barry) is particularly moving. http://exeuntmagazine.com/reviews/meet-me-in-st-louis/
Rebecca Barry as the youngest child Tootie is nothing but endearing and effortlessly sweet. Her mannerisms and angelic voice make her the perfect daughter. http://www.thepublicreviews.com/meet-me-in-st-louis-landor-theatre-london/