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Her first short film was directed, written, co-produced and production-designed by Alyssa, and gained great critical success on the international film festival circuit, playing opening night at the Palm Springs International Shortfest 2009, opening night at the Dungog Film Festival NSW 2009, Opening Night at the Women of the World Festival in Sydney 2011, Los Angeles Shortsfest 2009, Bend Film Festival 2009, The Austin International Film Festival 2009, the San Diego Newport International Film Festival 2009, Shortfest Adelaide 2009, St Kilda Film Festival 2010 and The Reel Shorts Film Festival 2010 in Alberta Canada, where it was voted in the Top 5 Best Short Films, and for which Alyssa was flown over by the festival co-ordinators as international guest.
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Mc Clelland has performed leading roles in productions with the Sydney Theatre Company and Melbourne Theatre Company, including the play The Shape of Things in 2002/2003, as well as the Belvoir St Theatre in Sydney.
Mc Clelland attended the University of Technology, Sydney, where she earned a B. Mc Clelland received an Australian Film Institute Award nomination for Best Guest or Supporting Actress in Television in 2005 for her role in the Network Ten telemovie Small Claims. Alyssa has performed lead roles in productions with the Sydney Theatre Company and Melbourne Theatre Company, including the play The Shape of Things in 2002/2003, as well as the Belvoir St Theatre in Sydney.
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Mc Clelland was educated at Newtown High School of the Performing Arts in Sydney.
She attended the University of Technology Sydney, where she earned a B. in Communication in Media Arts and Production, majoring in film.
From the age of sixteen she trained and performed with the Australian Theatre for Young People in Sydney and, in 2001, she received a scholarship that enabled her to study abroad with the Atlantic Theater Company in New York.
She was chosen to be the face of the Jan Logan jewellery campaign in 2005, following in the footsteps of other Jan Logan ambassadors Rose Byrne, Rachael Taylor, and Teresa Palmer.
She wrote, produced, directed and acted in the critically acclaimed web series One Step Closer to Home, and won a Best Actress award for her role as Nat Cat at LA's 2012 Web Fest.