Sunday 19 November - show queen cast

NAOMI PRICE - Naomi Price is one of Australia’s leading cabaret and music theatre performers, best known for her performances on The Voice Australia, and as Adele in Rumour Has It and Miley in Wrecking Ball; both award-winning shows written together with Adam Brunes for their production house The Little Red Company touring nationally and internationally since 2012. Their third pop-culture cabaret, Lady Beatle, will debut at La Boîte Theatre Company in 2017.  Naomi has won a Matilda Award for Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role as Fay in Ladies in Black (Queensland Theatre Company) and a Matilda Award for Best Musical or Cabaret for Rumour Has It. Naomi is also an ambassador for National Trust Queensland and Wildlife Hospital Foundation, and the Noosa Alive! Festival. Naomi is currently in the original Australian cast of Beautiful – The Carole King Musical which opened at Sydney’s Lyric Theatre in September 2017.

NAOMI PRICE - Naomi Price is one of Australia’s leading cabaret and music theatre performers, best known for her performances on The Voice Australia, and as Adele in Rumour Has It and Miley in Wrecking Ball; both award-winning shows written together with Adam Brunes for their production house The Little Red Company touring nationally and internationally since 2012. Their third pop-culture cabaret, Lady Beatle, will debut at La Boîte Theatre Company in 2017. 

Naomi has won a Matilda Award for Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role as Fay in Ladies in Black (Queensland Theatre Company) and a Matilda Award for Best Musical or Cabaret for Rumour Has It. Naomi is also an ambassador for National Trust Queensland and Wildlife Hospital Foundation, and the Noosa Alive! Festival.

Naomi is currently in the original Australian cast of Beautiful – The Carole King Musical which opened at Sydney’s Lyric Theatre in September 2017.

ROBERT MCDOUGALL - Rob is a graduate of The NSW Talent Development Project and The Sydney Conservatorium of Music, completing his Bachelor of Music (performance) in 2011. He was a finalist in The Rob Guest Endowment in 2015 where he was awarded Melbourne’s East End Theatre District Artist Development Award. He performs regularly throughout Australia, most recently singing the National Anthem at the 2017 Rugby League World Cup. In 2013 Rob joined the Australian cast of Les Miserables in the roles of Legles and the Bishop of Digne. He also understudied the role of Javert, performing the role a number of times and being amongst the youngest people in the world to do so. Rob’s musical theatre credits include; The Proprietor – Assassins ( Hayes Theatre Co) The Bishop of Digne/Javert Understudy – Les Miserables Australian Tour, ), Mephisto -Faust (Sydney Opera Centre), Cliff - Cabaret (Seymour Centre), Frederick - Pirates of Penzance(Tom Mann Theatre), Marius - Les Miserables (NIDA Parade Theatre).

ROBERT MCDOUGALL - Rob is a graduate of The NSW Talent Development Project and The Sydney Conservatorium of Music, completing his Bachelor of Music (performance) in 2011. He was a finalist in The Rob Guest Endowment in 2015 where he was awarded Melbourne’s East End Theatre District Artist Development Award.
He performs regularly throughout Australia, most recently singing the National Anthem at the 2017 Rugby League World Cup.
In 2013 Rob joined the Australian cast of Les Miserables in the roles of Legles and the Bishop of Digne. He also understudied the role of Javert, performing the role a number of times and being amongst the youngest people in the world to do so.
Rob’s musical theatre credits include; The Proprietor – Assassins ( Hayes Theatre Co) The
Bishop of Digne/Javert Understudy – Les Miserables Australian Tour, ), Mephisto -Faust (Sydney Opera Centre), Cliff - Cabaret (Seymour Centre), Frederick - Pirates of Penzance(Tom Mann Theatre), Marius - Les Miserables (NIDA Parade Theatre).

NAOMI LIVINGSTON - Naomi is a graduate of WAAPA. She most recently has been recognised for her composition work, with her new Australian musical ‘Evie May: A Tivoli Story’ set to production with The Hayes Theatre in October 2018. Prior to that Naomi appeared in the Australian tour of Les Miserables. Other credits include: Wicked (GFO), Elegies (Edward Grey Prod.), John and Jen (Sydney Fringe), The Tempest, Romeo and Juliet, As You Like It and The Libertine (Sport For Jove Theatre). As a recording artist Naomi was a featured vocalist in the song cycle Together/Apart and recorded the role of Kitty Clarke for the Australian musical, Morgan’s Run. As a composer Naomi has written for Sport For Jove Theatre, Bell Shakespeare’s The Players, KXT’s Invisible Circus and her and Drew Livingston’s original debut album based on Shakespeare’s Sonnets, So Long Lives This. Naomi also works as a singing coach, based in the Blue Mountains. www.naomilivingston.com 

NAOMI LIVINGSTON - Naomi is a graduate of WAAPA. She most recently has been recognised for her composition work, with her new Australian musical ‘Evie May: A Tivoli Story’ set to production with The Hayes Theatre in October 2018. Prior to that Naomi appeared in the Australian tour of Les Miserables. Other credits include: Wicked (GFO), Elegies (Edward Grey Prod.), John and Jen (Sydney Fringe), The Tempest, Romeo and Juliet, As You Like It and The Libertine (Sport For Jove Theatre). As a recording artist Naomi was a featured vocalist in the song cycle Together/Apart and recorded the role of Kitty Clarke for the Australian musical, Morgan’s Run. As a composer Naomi has written for Sport For Jove Theatre, Bell Shakespeare’s The Players, KXT’s Invisible Circus and her and Drew Livingston’s original debut album based on Shakespeare’s Sonnets, So Long Lives This. Naomi also works as a singing coach, based in the Blue Mountains. www.naomilivingston.com 

CAMERON MACDONALD - Cameron is a powerful Singer/Actor, with a voice that spans several genres. This has seen him travel the world, and forge a successful career on the Australian stage and screen. Credits include the Australian premiere of Altar Boyz playing “Matthew”, and 3 years in the Australian and New Zealand tour of Jersey Boys, covering many roles. Other theatre credits include “Jesus” in Godspell,  Sondheim’s Passion, Miss Saigon, MAMMA MIA!, Georgy Girl, Life’s a Circus, Songs For a New World, Guys & Dolls, “Charlie Brown” in You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, “Britt Craig/Gov. Slaton” in Parade (Green Room Award Nomination for Best Supporting Actor) and “Roger” in Pangdemonium’s 20th Anniversary production of RENT, in Singapore. In 2014, Cameron achieved a boyhood goal when he sang Australia’s National Anthem at the Boxing Day cricket test between Australia & India. Most recently, Cameron played “Tunny” in the Australian premiere of American Idiot, to critical acclaim. TV credits include: Neighbours (Cory Helpmann), Blue Heelers (Jesse Dawson), The Dr Blake Mysteries (Nathan Eaton), 800 Words (Noah), and most recently The Divorce (ABC and Opera Australia). Cameron is currently in the original Australian cast of Beautiful – The Carole King Musical which opened at Sydney’s Lyric Theatre in September 2017.

CAMERON MACDONALD - Cameron is a powerful Singer/Actor, with a voice that spans several genres. This has seen him travel the world, and forge a successful career on the Australian stage and screen. Credits include the Australian premiere of Altar Boyz playing “Matthew”, and 3 years in the Australian and New Zealand tour of Jersey Boys, covering many roles.

Other theatre credits include “Jesus” in Godspell,  Sondheim’s Passion, Miss Saigon, MAMMA MIA!, Georgy Girl, Life’s a Circus, Songs For a New World, Guys & Dolls, “Charlie Brown” in You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, “Britt Craig/Gov. Slaton” in Parade (Green Room Award Nomination for Best Supporting Actor) and “Roger” in Pangdemonium’s 20th Anniversary production of RENT, in Singapore.

In 2014, Cameron achieved a boyhood goal when he sang Australia’s National Anthem at the Boxing Day cricket test between Australia & India. Most recently, Cameron played “Tunny” in the Australian premiere of American Idiot, to critical acclaim. TV credits include: Neighbours (Cory Helpmann), Blue Heelers (Jesse Dawson), The Dr Blake Mysteries (Nathan Eaton), 800 Words (Noah), and most recently The Divorce (ABC and Opera Australia).

Cameron is currently in the original Australian cast of Beautiful – The Carole King Musical which opened at Sydney’s Lyric Theatre in September 2017.

SARAH MURR - Sarah is a 2015 graduate of the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, from which she holds a Bachelor of Music Theatre. Immediately after graduating, Sarah joined the Australian and International touring casts of Les Misérables as first cover for Madame Thénardier. During her time at the Queensland Con, Sarah was featured as Delores (the Waitress) in Working, Morgan in Godspell, and Aunt Eller in Oklahoma! She was also seen regionally as Tracy Turnblad in Hairspray, Vivienne Kensington in Legally Blonde, and as Paquette in Candide with Opera Queensland.

SARAH MURR - Sarah is a 2015 graduate of the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, from which she holds a Bachelor of Music Theatre. Immediately after graduating, Sarah joined the Australian and International touring casts of Les Misérables as first cover for Madame Thénardier.

During her time at the Queensland Con, Sarah was featured as Delores (the Waitress) in Working, Morgan in Godspell, and Aunt Eller in Oklahoma! She was also seen regionally as Tracy Turnblad in Hairspray, Vivienne Kensington in Legally Blonde, and as Paquette in Candide with Opera Queensland.


Sunday 22 October September 2017

Show queen cast

DANIEL BELLE - toured Australia and Asia in the cast of Les Misérables, covering the lead role of Jean Valjean, was in the Australian production of Side Show in the role of Terry and most recently finished the Sydney season of My Fair Lady covering the role of Freddy. In 2009, Daniel performed in Jerry Springer the Opera at the Sydney Opera House covering the role of Dwight/God. In 2013, he joined the internationally acclaimed vocal group The Ten Tenors and performed in theatres around Australia, America, and Europe as part of The Ten Tenors’ Double Platinum tour. Daniel is also in demand as a performer for special events including: Australian Rugby Union’s Test Series and Bledisloe Cup matches, the arrival of Pope Benedict at Barangaroo in 2008 and International One-Day Cricket finals. Daniel’s has also been a finalist for both The Rob Guest Endowment and The Joan Sutherland Scholarship.

DANIEL BELLE - toured Australia and Asia in the cast of Les Misérables, covering the lead role of Jean Valjean, was in the Australian production of Side Show in the role of Terry and most recently finished the Sydney season of My Fair Lady covering the role of Freddy.

In 2009, Daniel performed in Jerry Springer the Opera at the Sydney Opera House covering the role of Dwight/God. In 2013, he joined the internationally acclaimed vocal group The Ten Tenors and performed in theatres around Australia, America, and Europe as part of The Ten Tenors’ Double Platinum tour. Daniel is also in demand as a performer for special events including: Australian Rugby Union’s Test Series and Bledisloe Cup matches, the arrival of Pope Benedict at Barangaroo in 2008 and International One-Day Cricket finals.

Daniel’s has also been a finalist for both The Rob Guest Endowment and The Joan Sutherland Scholarship.

JENNIFER PEERS - Jennifer most recently appeared as Sister Sophia in the Australian tour of The Sound of Music.  Other credits include: Fiddler on the Roof Australian tour, Angel City 4 Soprano in City of Angels for Life Like Company, Gertrude Stein in Loving Repeating, lead vocalist in Shoes on the West End, Show Boat, Isabel in The Pirates of Penzance, Miss Lark in Mary Poppins Australia/NZ tour, Master Class UK tour, 57 Hours for the National Theatre Studio, Peaches in Jerry Springer the Opera, My Fair Lady Australian tour, Frieda/Betty in Sunday In The Park With George and Minnie Davies in The Hatpin original Australian cast.   Jennifer is also in demand as a voice teacher. She is on the vocal faculty at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and Brent Street, as well as teaching private clients including many of Australia's premier musical theatre performers. Training: WAAPA (Music Theatre), QLD Conservatorium (Voice). www.jenniferpeers.com

JENNIFER PEERS - Jennifer most recently appeared as Sister Sophia in the Australian tour of The Sound of Music.  Other credits include: Fiddler on the Roof Australian tour, Angel City 4 Soprano in City of Angels for Life Like Company, Gertrude Stein in Loving Repeating, lead vocalist in Shoes on the West End, Show Boat, Isabel in The Pirates of Penzance, Miss Lark in Mary Poppins Australia/NZ tour, Master Class UK tour, 57 Hours for the National Theatre Studio, Peaches in Jerry Springer the Opera, My Fair Lady Australian tour, Frieda/Betty in Sunday In The Park With George and Minnie Davies in The Hatpin original Australian cast.  

Jennifer is also in demand as a voice teacher. She is on the vocal faculty at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and Brent Street, as well as teaching private clients including many of Australia's premier musical theatre performers. Training: WAAPA (Music Theatre), QLD Conservatorium (Voice). www.jenniferpeers.com

MARK TREVORROW was born 4 February 1959 in Melbourne. He  trained as a journalist at the Herald Sun from 1977-81 and moved to Sydney in 1982 with the success of his cabaret group THE GLOBOS, who enjoyed two National Top 20 singles, along with multiple TV appearances including THE MIKE WALSH SHOW, THE DON LANE SHOW, HEY! HEY! IT'S SATURDAY and twice hosting COUNTDOWN. Mark created BOB DOWNE in September 1984 at the Glebe Food Fair in Sydney, and has toured the world as the Prince of Polyester ever since - including a nomination for Best Newcomer at the inaugural Melbourne International Comedy Festival (1987), a Glasgow Mayfest Award (1994), consecutive Melbourne Green Room Awards for Best Cabaret Artiste (1999 & 2000), five sellout Sydney Opera House seasons and 18 Edinburgh Fringe festivals. In 2013 he was presented with another Green Room Award, for Lifetime Achievement in Cabaret. He has also presented ABC TV and radio as himself, and as an actor has appeared regularly in KATH & KIM. 

MARK TREVORROW was born 4 February 1959 in Melbourne. He  trained as a journalist at the Herald Sun from 1977-81 and moved to Sydney in 1982 with the success of his cabaret group THE GLOBOS, who enjoyed two National Top 20 singles, along with multiple TV appearances including THE MIKE WALSH SHOW, THE DON LANE SHOW, HEY! HEY! IT'S SATURDAY and twice hosting COUNTDOWN.

Mark created BOB DOWNE in September 1984 at the Glebe Food Fair in Sydney, and has toured the world as the Prince of Polyester ever since - including a nomination for Best Newcomer at the inaugural Melbourne International Comedy Festival (1987), a Glasgow Mayfest Award (1994), consecutive Melbourne Green Room Awards for Best Cabaret Artiste (1999 & 2000), five sellout Sydney Opera House seasons and 18 Edinburgh Fringe festivals. In 2013 he was presented with another Green Room Award, for Lifetime Achievement in Cabaret. He has also presented ABC TV and radio as himself, and as an actor has appeared regularly in KATH & KIM. 

ERIN CORNELL - Since graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts in Music Theatre on a Arts Council Scholarship, Erin has been celebrated as a world wide leading lady. She has played Elphaba in WICKED, USJ Japan, Lead Vocalist in “West End stars sing Queen” UK and European tour, Mona in “A class act”, London, An Evening with Dame Edna, London, and a Special guest artist singing 9 songs with The Singapore Symphony Orchestra. Erin’s Australian television credits include Neighbours (Channel 10), Lowdown, Race relations (ABC), Before The Game (Channel 10), The Kerri-Anne Show (Channel 9) and Good Morning Australia with Bert Newton (Channel 10).  Most recently Erin played Grizabella in CATS, Asia tour then coming on board as the Grizabella standby to Australian popstar Delta Goodrem for the Australian tour of CATS. Erin has had much success with her one women show “An Evening with Erin Cornell" and currently touring with 'Rock Rhapsody'- Australia's music theatre stars sing QUEEN.

ERIN CORNELL - Since graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts in Music Theatre on a Arts Council Scholarship, Erin has been celebrated as a world wide leading lady. She has played Elphaba in WICKED, USJ Japan, Lead Vocalist in “West End stars sing Queen” UK and European tour, Mona in “A class act”, London, An Evening with Dame Edna, London, and a Special guest artist singing 9 songs with The Singapore Symphony Orchestra. Erin’s Australian television credits include Neighbours (Channel 10), Lowdown, Race relations (ABC), Before The Game (Channel 10), The Kerri-Anne Show (Channel 9) and Good Morning Australia with Bert Newton (Channel 10). 


Most recently Erin played Grizabella in CATS, Asia tour then coming on board as the Grizabella standby to Australian popstar Delta Goodrem for the Australian tour of CATS. Erin has had much success with her one women show “An Evening with Erin Cornell" and currently touring with 'Rock Rhapsody'- Australia's music theatre stars sing QUEEN.

ALI CALDER - Ali has most recently worked with CBS Television in Los Angeles as a motion capture actor, and has spent the last two years between the US and Australia. Starting as a Jazz singer, Ali was the youngest guest headliner for the newcastle Jazz Festival at 16 years old. Her first big break into Musical Theatre came when she was 18, winning a role in Sydney Theatre Company's 2010 production of Spring Awakening.  She has since gone on to perform the role of 'Vivienne' in the Australian company of Legally Blonde the Musical and was the 'Elphaba' standby in the Australian International touring cast of Wicked as well as appearing on The Chaser's War on Everything for the ABC.  Now solidly back in Australia, she hopes to continue singing and was recently announced as one of the top 30 semi-finalist for the Rob Guest Endowment.

ALI CALDER - Ali has most recently worked with CBS Television in Los Angeles as a motion capture actor, and has spent the last two years between the US and Australia.

Starting as a Jazz singer, Ali was the youngest guest headliner for the newcastle Jazz Festival at 16 years old. Her first big break into Musical Theatre came when she was 18, winning a role in Sydney Theatre Company's 2010 production of Spring Awakening. 

She has since gone on to perform the role of 'Vivienne' in the Australian company of Legally Blonde the Musical and was the 'Elphaba' standby in the Australian International touring cast of Wicked as well as appearing on The Chaser's War on Everything for the ABC. 

Now solidly back in Australia, she hopes to continue singing and was recently announced as one of the top 30 semi-finalist for the Rob Guest Endowment.

LUIGI LUCENTE is currently in rehearsals for the world premiere of Muriel’s Wedding the Musical for Sydney Theatre Company and Global Creatures. He has appeared in Guys & Dolls (Donmar/ATG), Jersey Boys (Newtheatricals/Dodgers), Wicked (GFO) and The Rocky HorrorShow (ATG/GFO). Other theatre roles include Eddie Birdlace in Dogfight (Hayes Theatre Company/Neil Gooding), Leo Frank in Parade (The Collective), Pippin in Pippin (Magnormos), Leon Czolgosz in Assassins (Watch This), Tony in West Side Story (Packemin), Jon in Tick Tick Boom (Pursued By Bear), Jamie in The Last Five Years (Theatreworks) & Snoopy in You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown (Vass Theatre Group). Screen credits include The Pacific, Whatever Happened to That Guy, Neighbours, and the feature film Mormon Yankees: Spirit of the Game. Luigi has also toured his one-man cabaret show Jim Morrison: Kaleidoscope extensively throughout Australia. Most recently Luigi appeared in Gale Edward’s production of Jesus Christ Superstar (The Production Company) in Melbourne.

LUIGI LUCENTE is currently in rehearsals for the world premiere of Muriel’s Wedding the Musical for Sydney Theatre Company and Global Creatures. He has appeared in Guys & Dolls (Donmar/ATG), Jersey Boys (Newtheatricals/Dodgers), Wicked (GFO) and The Rocky HorrorShow (ATG/GFO). Other theatre roles include Eddie Birdlace in Dogfight (Hayes Theatre Company/Neil Gooding), Leo Frank in Parade (The Collective), Pippin in Pippin (Magnormos), Leon Czolgosz in Assassins (Watch This), Tony in West Side Story (Packemin), Jon in Tick Tick Boom (Pursued By Bear), Jamie in The Last Five Years (Theatreworks) & Snoopy in You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown (Vass Theatre Group). Screen credits include The Pacific, Whatever Happened to That Guy, Neighbours, and the feature film Mormon Yankees: Spirit of the Game.

Luigi has also toured his one-man cabaret show Jim Morrison: Kaleidoscope extensively throughout Australia.


Most recently Luigi appeared in Gale Edward’s production of Jesus Christ Superstar (The Production Company) in Melbourne.


Sunday 24 September 2017

cast of Show Queen's 10th Anniversary Special

Erin Clare Erin's theatre credits include the title role in Snow White the Winter Family Musical, Christine in Phantom of the Opera, Heather McNamara in the Australian premiere of Heathers The Musical and most recently starred as Scaramouche in the Australian tour of We Will Rock You. She is an accomplished singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist and performs regularly in Sydney venues. Erin is set to return to the Hayes Theatre in High Fidelity at the end of this year.

Erin Clare

Erin's theatre credits include the title role in Snow White the Winter Family Musical, Christine in Phantom of the Opera, Heather McNamara in the Australian premiere of Heathers The Musical and most recently starred as Scaramouche in the Australian tour of We Will Rock You. She is an accomplished singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist and performs regularly in Sydney venues. Erin is set to return to the Hayes Theatre in High Fidelity at the end of this year.

Margi de Ferranti Margi de Ferranti has enjoyed a flourishing career in the entertainment industry since 1986. She has appeared in Les Miserables (1987 and 1996), Aspects of Love (as Guilietta), The Buddy Holly Story (as Maria Elena Holly), Grease! (as Rizzo), Sunday in the Park with George (as Dot), Fame The Musical (as Miss Bell, Mo award Nomination) and Mamma Mia (National Tour as Donna).

Margi de Ferranti

Margi de Ferranti has enjoyed a flourishing career in the entertainment industry since 1986. She has appeared in Les Miserables (1987 and 1996), Aspects of Love (as Guilietta), The Buddy Holly Story (as Maria Elena Holly), Grease! (as Rizzo), Sunday in the Park with George (as Dot), Fame The Musical (as Miss Bell, Mo award Nomination) and Mamma Mia (National Tour as Donna).

Alex Rathgeber At 24-years-old Alex landed the role of Raoul in London's West End production of The Phantom Of The Opera.  In 2015 he won a Helpmann Award for his performance as Billy in Anything Goes, playing opposite Caroline O'Connor. Alex has also recently released his debut album Easy To Love on iTunes. Next up Alex will appear as the Tin Man in the national tour of The Wizard Of Oz. 

Alex Rathgeber

At 24-years-old Alex landed the role of Raoul in London's West End production of The Phantom Of The Opera.  In 2015 he won a Helpmann Award for his performance as Billy in Anything Goes, playing opposite Caroline O'Connor. Alex has also recently released his debut album Easy To Love on iTunes. Next up Alex will appear as the Tin Man in the national tour of The Wizard Of Oz. 

Catherine Alcorn Award-winning artist Catherine Alcorn is “a jewel in the crown of Australian theatre” (ADELAIDE NOW), renowned for her powerhouse vocals, sassiness and razor sharp wit. Most recently, Catherine was nominated for a Sydney Theatre Award in the Best Cabaret Production category for her new show CATHARTIC and starred in the Australian premiere of the off-Broadway cult hit 5 Lesbians Eating A Quiche. Catherine is currently starring in a national tour of her critically acclaimed stage show Go Your Own Way: The Story of Christine McVie.

Catherine Alcorn

Award-winning artist Catherine Alcorn is “a jewel in the crown of Australian theatre” (ADELAIDE NOW), renowned for her powerhouse vocals, sassiness and razor sharp wit. Most recently, Catherine was nominated for a Sydney Theatre Award in the Best Cabaret Production category for her new show CATHARTIC and starred in the Australian premiere of the off-Broadway cult hit 5 Lesbians Eating A Quiche. Catherine is currently starring in a national tour of her critically acclaimed stage show Go Your Own Way: The Story of Christine McVie.

Josh Robson Joshua trained as a performer at the Victorian College of the Arts where he finished a Bachelor of Music Theatre in 2011. There he performed in many shows including excerpts of Spring Awakening (Ernst) and West Side Story (Tony). Joshua is currently performing in the ensemble of My Fair Lady directed by Julie Andrews. Joshua is the winner of the 2014 Rob Guest Endowment Award.  In 2014, he co-founded Blue Saint Productions, an independent theatre company, with Damien Bermingham. Since then they have toured productions of an original work called Guilty Pleasures, Songs for a New World and their Sydney Theatre Award winning production of Violet. For more information and to stay up to date with what they are doing next, head to bluesaint.com.au  

Josh Robson

Joshua trained as a performer at the Victorian College of the Arts where he finished a Bachelor of Music Theatre in 2011. There he performed in many shows including excerpts of Spring Awakening (Ernst) and West Side Story (Tony). Joshua is currently performing in the ensemble of My Fair Lady directed by Julie Andrews. Joshua is the winner of the 2014 Rob Guest Endowment Award.  In 2014, he co-founded Blue Saint Productions, an independent theatre company, with Damien Bermingham. Since then they have toured productions of an original work called Guilty Pleasures, Songs for a New World and their Sydney Theatre Award winning production of Violet.
For more information and to stay up to date with what they are doing next, head to bluesaint.com.au

 

Tom Sharah Tom Sharah won the Annual Cabaret Showcase in 2009, was a finalist on Channel 10's I Will Survive and has performed in musicals such as Priscilla Queen of the Desert, The Drowsy Chaperone and Only Heaven Knows. He will next be seen in the world premiere of Muriel's Wedding the Musical for Sydney Theatre Company. 

Tom Sharah

Tom Sharah won the Annual Cabaret Showcase in 2009, was a finalist on Channel 10's I Will Survive and has performed in musicals such as Priscilla Queen of the Desert, The Drowsy Chaperone and Only Heaven Knows. He will next be seen in the world premiere of Muriel's Wedding the Musical for Sydney Theatre Company.