Frith is a 2013 graduate of the Acting course at Toi Whakaari: NZ Drama School, after which she relocated to Auckland to pursue an acting career. Recent major theatre credits include Cool Behaviour, a devised 2-woman show for the 2018 Auckland Fringe Festival, Viola in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at the Fortune Theatre last year and Annie in Oliver Page’s Mating In Captivity at Basement Theatre.
Alongside acting, Frith has also had an extensive career as a dancer, dance teacher and choreographer. After 13 years of dance training, she began teaching Classical Ballet and Jazz in 2008 with the Lynley-Anne Ward School of Dance in Wellington, this included exam work and creating original choreography for a number of productions. In 2009, Frith branched out to Hip Hop and began teaching regularly at Pump Dance Studios, as well as competing in competitions at a national level with Infinite Dance Crew.
Since moving to Auckland, Frith has been an instructor for Shut Up and Dance and has choreographed for many theatre and dance productions. A number of her original theatre shows have had a heavy dance component, most notably The Best Possible Album Party That Anybody Has Ever Been To, co-created and choreographed by Frith, which had 2 popular seasons in Auckland and toured to Wellington.