Anthony has been thrilling audiences with his versatility from the moment he arrived on the theatrical scene.
From his debut with the Australian Opera in Benjamin Britten’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ (1980) he has left an indelible stamp on the industry both at home and abroad.
His lengthy stage credits include the London National Theatre production of ‘Guys and Dolls’, making his Music Theatre debut with the role of Sky Masterson (1986) . Creating the role of Enjolras in the Australian production of ‘Les Miserables’ (1988), the title role of the Phantom in Sir Andrew Lloyd Weber’s ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ (1990 and 2007-2008). In 1995 he enjoyed a joyous season in Lucy Simon’s ‘The Secret Garden’ (Archie Craven) and collaborated with her again in 2010 creating the role of Dr.Yuri Zhivago in the Australian premiere production of ‘Doctor Zhivago: The Musical’, Australian tours of ‘ANNIE’ (2000 and 2012), seasons with Opera Australia and a critically acclaimed performance as Tevye in ‘Fiddler On The Roof’ (2016)
He made his Broadway debut in 2013 portraying the iconic role of Oliver ‘Daddy’ Warbucks in the 35th Anniversary production of Annie, directed by James Lapine.
His performance won him several Broadway nominations ( Drama Desk, Drama League,People’s Choice ) and in 2015 he was invited to return to the U.S. to perform the dual roles of Miguel De Cervantes/ Don Quixote in The Shakespeare Theatre Company of Washington production of ‘Man of La Mancha’. This portrayal won him the prestigious Helen Hayes award for ‘Outstanding Actor in a Musical- 2015’
The same year he replaced Kelsey Grammer (Frasier ) in the Broadway production of ‘Finding Neverland’ playing the roles of Charles Frohman/ Captain Hook.
Anthony made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2013 but is no stranger to the concert platform performing around Australia with our Symphony Orchestras.
His studio recordings have spanned more than 20 years and include solo albums, cast recordings and live performances in concert and with Opera Australia. His love of ‘Flawed Anti-heros’ continued with his portrayal of Sweeney Todd, ‘The Demon Barber of Fleet Street’.
His performance was hailed by critics and was a welcome addition to his theatrical canon.
Anthony was honoured by the nation receiving the title of ‘Living National Treasure’ and his outstanding achievements have been acknowledged with his investiture as a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for his services to the performing arts
Juan trained in vocal performance at Florida State University. Professional theatre credits include his award nominated performance in Five Guys Named Moe (Gatehouse Theatre, London) – nominated for Best Lead Performance in a Musical (Off-West End); Rhodaspes in a showcase of exciting new rock musical Artaban – The Musical (Actors’ Church, Covent Garden, London), directed by Sasha Regan. Other credits for which Juan received widespread critical acclaim: Tom Collins in Rent (Drama Centre Theatre, Singapore); John in Miss Saigon Australian Tour (Cameron Mackintosh); The King of Siam in The King and I (The Production Company, Australia); Macheath/Harry Morton in The Convict’s Opera (Sydney Theatre Company); Dr. Frank-N-Furter in The Rocky Horror Show (TML Enterprises tour); Old Deuteronomy in Cats (Really Useful Group), and Dr Madden/Fine in Next to Normal (Drama Centre Theatre, Singapore). Juan’s single “Candy” is available on all platforms.
Most recently he played Count Ludovic/Lieutenant Barri in the UK revival of Stephen Sondheim’s Passion starring Ruthie Henshall.
Juan is represented by Global Artists www.globalartists.co.uk
Kane Alexander is perhaps best known for his lead roles on the musical stage: Bobby Strong in Urinetown (Helpmann Award nomination), Claude in Hair, Willard in Footloose (MO Award nomination), the Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz, Billy Crocker in Anything Goes, Georgio in Passion and Stone in City of Angels. He also performed in South Pacific and the 10th Anniversary production of Les Miserables. In the USA, Kane appeared in Elegies and An Evening with Jerry Herman.
Kane was the first Australian to be awarded a “clean sweep” of the New York Cabaret Awards – being named “Best New Voice” in the Theatermania Cabaret list, and winning both the BISTRO and MAC Awards for “Most Outstanding Debut”. He performed at Rupert Murdoch’s 70th birthday party in NYC (alongside Natalie Cole) and was a finalist of the Young Australian of the Year Awards in 2001. He has performed cabaret at most of New York’s finest cabaret rooms including The Algonquin and 54 Below.
Kane has performed in concert with the Australian Philharmonic Orchestra, Australian Pops Orchestra & the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and supported Tina Arena, popera superstars Il Divo and UK diva Katherine Jenkins.
His many television appearances include a live televised concert in Munich during the 2006 World Cup and guest roles in Late for School, Neighbours, Water Rats, Blue Heelers and Stingers.
Kane’s recordings include; Kane Alexander (self-titled debut album), Voices – Songs from The World Cup 2006, Home – Songs of Hope & Journey, Bravo L’Ultimo and the cast recordings of Elegies for Angels, Punks & Raging Queens and The Wizard of Oz. He most recently released Different Stages – The Broadway Album on Jay Records.
Johanna works as performer, director, writer and producer across theatre, film, television and opera.
As a performer, Johanna most recently performed in The Phantom of the Opera with Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour. Other credits: Mrs Teavee in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Crossroads Live), Mother Abbess in The Sound of Music (GFO), Eugenia D’Asquith in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (The Production Company), Charlotte in A Little Night Music (Watch This: Green Room Award winner), Carrie in Carousel (State Opera of SA), Ode to Nonsense (Slingsby/SOSA), Threepenny Opera (STC/Malthouse), Into the Woods and Wicked (GFO), The Pirates of Penzance and The Mikado (OA), and Dogfight (Hayes Theatre Co). She has also appeared in concert with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.
In 2020, Johanna joined the Australian String Quartet as Presenter/Producer for ASQ Live at Ukaria. She has worked as an ABC radio presenter and is a recipient of the Adelaide Festival Centre’s Walk of Fame Award.
Most recently, Johanna wrote and directed Songs My Mother Taught Me for Adelaide Cabaret Festival 2022, starring Tina Arena, Wendy Matthews and Lior.
Shannon Cheong is a proud graduate of Berklee College of Music (B.M.), The Boston Conservatory (M.F.A.), and most recently Village Nation.
Prior to the pandemic, Shannon was touring America with Nickelodeon Jr. Move to the Music! as the Bubble Guppy, Gil. Shannon also made his NYC debut in You, Me, I, We as Charlie as part of the National Asian Artists Project.
During the pandemic, Shannon was fortunate to be part of the world premiere of Sticks and Stones for Lady Gaga’s Born this Way Foundation with some notable figures including Audra McDonald, Mykal Kilgore, George Salazar and Joshua Colley. Shannon can be heard on the cast recording and Audio Theater Experience of d’ILLUSION, The Houdini Musical. He was part of the inaugural AOC Initiative conceived by Tarik Frimpong, where he was a semi finalist and also the Village Nation Full Scholarship recipient.
Most recently, Shannon was seen at Playhouse on Park in Pippin as the titular role. Some of his other credits include Legally Blonde (Emmett), Anything Goes (Brother John), City of Angels (Stine), Carousel, Cabaret, The Music Man.
Many thanks and love goes out to T&E Management, his family, Chris, and the Village Nation family.
Martin Croft started professional career at the age of 17 with appearances on Melbourne TV. Initially trained as a classical singer, his first major show was Jesus Christ Superstar for Harry M Miller touring Australia and New Zealand. This has led to a full career in music theatre and opera first as performer winning Two Green Room awards and One Mo Award. Martin has also embraced the roles of director/musical director and producer to his credits.
Martin has starred in most of the major shows of the last 25 years in Australia, the UK and USA including Les Miserables, Godspell, Cats, Miss Saigon, The Phantom Of The Opera. Martin was producer and performer, Closer Than Ever and Putting It Together. Martin produced and starred in the highly successful Joe Starts Again – a new Australian musical he co-wrote with Dean Lotherington which they performed in New York and subsequently won the 2004 Green Room award for best new musical.
Martin’s recent credits as director/resident director/associate director include the original Australian productions of Come From Away, Jersey Boys, The Addams Family, Kinky Boots, City Of Angels, Oliver, Les Miserables (Asia/South Africa tour) The Boy From Oz-Australian tour and as director for Into The Woods In Concert at Melbourne’s Regent Theatre, Hats Off 2000-2005. He has also directed numerous workshops, musicals, cabarets, award ceremonies, conferences and plays in Australia and Overseas,
Martin designed and was the original head of the Bachelor of Music Theatre at the Victorian College Of The Arts. Martin is a member of Equity and proudly represented by Ian White Management.
Marissa is a graduate of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) Bachelor of Arts in Music Theatre. During her time at WAAPA Marissa was a finalist in the Julie Michael Cabaret prize and upon graduating was the recipient of the Hal Leonard and Music Theatre International Award.
Credits include Paris: A Rock Odyssey (Music Theatre Melbourne), William Finn’s Elegies (Crying Wolf Productions), The Protectors and The Hurting Game (Brainstorm Productions), Die Fledermaus (GSOV), Much Ado About Nothing (GJ productions), Jack Frost: A New Musical (St Martins Theatre) and Blood and Bone (Highlight Productions). Most recently Marissa has appeared as Sibella in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (Lilydale Athenaeum Theatre Company and Malvern Theatre Company) and Cassandra in The Unsaid (Fresh Theatre for Social Change). Marissa is delighted to be joining this production of Titanic and would like to thank her family and her agents at Expression Arts Management for their continuous support.
Amy began her training in 2013 with a Bachelor of Music (Classical Voice) at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). She was then accepted into WAAPA’s prestigious Bachelor of Arts (Music Theatre) degree, where she played Julie Jordan in their 2018 production of Carousel. In 2020, Amy became the first female to play Weasel in Australian Shakespeare Company’s 34th annual season of The Wind in the Willows in Victoria. Her self-devised cabaret Golden Age Girls won the 2019 Fringe World Cabaret Award and the 2018 Julie Michael Cabaret Award, and has completed numerous sold-out seasons around Australia. The sequel, Golden Aged Girls recently took part in a creative development with Hayes Theatre Co. Amy also regularly tours with the National Theatre for Children performing musicals and plays in schools around the country, highlighting important issues such as mental health and sustainability.
Other credits include leading lady Beryl Mills in Western Sky Projects’ regional tour of Miss Westralia, originating the role of Giana in the world premiere of Mimma: A Musical of War and Friendship, and Ensemble/Liza Minnelli understudy in The Boy From Oz at Perth Crown Theatre.
Natalie is a singer, actor and cabaret artist whose performances have been acclaimed internationally. Her stage credits include S.S Metaphor (Malthouse Theatre), My Dearworthy Darling (Malthouse Theatre), Kiss of the Spiderwoman (MTC) Dance Nation (Red Stitch) Darlinghurst Nights (Hayes Theatre Company), Ladies in Black, (Queensland Theatre Company), Baz Luhrmann’s Strictly Ballroom, Mary Poppins ( Disney Cameron Macintosh) and Barry Kosky’s Women of Troy (Sydney Theatre Company).
Natalie also has attracted a huge following for her recordings and one woman shows, her latest being Carmen Live or Dead.
Recent screen credits include Street Smart, (Network 10) Neighbours and the successful feature film, Ali’s Wedding. Her work as a vocalist has attracted several major awards.
Madison has performed around Australia and internationally as a singer, dancer, actor and musician. Graduating from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University with a BMus (Musical Theatre) in 2014, her credits include Georgy Girl – The Seekers Musical (Richard East/Dennis Smith), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Crossraods Live), American Idiot (shake&stir theatre co./QPAC), Cats (Really Useful Group/GWB Ent.), The Wedding Singer (David Venn Enterprises) and The Light In The Piazza (Life Like Company) the latter earning her a 2017 Green Room Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical. Madison is thrilled to be performing in Melbourne again with this spectacular production of Titanic. Lots of love to Mum, Dad and Ian White Management. www.madisonjuliagreen.com
Jonathan Hickey is a musical theatre performer and multi-instrumentalist. He has recently finished the Australian tour of American in Paris where he played the principle role Adam Hochberg. Pre covid he played Tobias in TEG’s 40th anniversary production of Sweeney Todd at Her Majesty’s theatre, Melbourne. Other notable roles are Alex in Aspects of Love, Hayes Theatre, Sydney, Fabrizio in The Light in the Piazza, Melbourne Arts Centre, for which he was nominated a Green Room Award for best supporting actor, Matt in The Fantasticks, Hayes Theatre, Sydney.
Jonathan has toured regional Queensland as part of Opera Queensland’s Open Stage school touring program in FiZZ! (2015, 2016) and Hansel & Gretel (2018). Other theatre credits include: Opera Queensland’s The Pearl Fishers, Matt in Bare, Henrik in A Little Night Music with Brisbane Philharmonic. He also enjoys composing and performing in his family band Chinatown Carpark.
Education: BMus (Musical theatre) at QCGU (Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University
Training – Victoria College of The Arts (BA Music)
Theatre – Les Misérables (Cameron Mackintosh 10th Anniversary Aust & NZ Tour), Sunset Boulevard (RUG UK), Music Of The Night (RUG), Encore Mr Producer (Cameron Mackintosh), Blood Brothers (Macphersons Aust Tour), Pirates Of Penzance (SG Melodies Aust Tour), Chang & Eng (Action Theatre), Into The Woods (Elston, Hocking & Woods), Merrily We Roll Along (Magnormos), The Hatpin (Magnormos), Assassins (Watch This), Blood Brother (Manilla St Productions), Vincent – An Acapella Opera (St Martin’s Theatre)
Opera – Seasons with Victoria State Opera (Richard Divall), Opera Australia (Chorus), Les Noces/Oedipus (VO), Madeline (John Haddock/Opera Australia)
Film – My Brother Jack (Samson Productions), Seven Days Under Mavis (Pig House Productions)
Television – The Damnation Of Harvey McHugh, (ABC TV) Neighbours (Grundy Organisation)
Corporate – The Three Waiters.
James is a 2021 Music Theatre graduate from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. He recently made his professional debut as Ensemble/Henri Cover in the Australian tour of An American in Paris and shortly after appeared in Bells are Ringing at the Hayes theatre as Blake Barton. Notable WAAPA credits include Bobby in Crazy For You, Butch (Paul Understudy) in A Chorus Line and Otto/Dance Captain in Spring Awakening. James has also performed in numerous corporate events for companies such as Carmelo Entertainment and PSP Events. James is excited to be joining the cast of Titanic: The Musical!
Ava trained overseas at Lasalle College of the Arts, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts with First Class Honours in Musical Theatre.
Ava was most recently seen in Sport for Jove’s productions of Macbeth and Othello. Earlier this year she played ‘Cinderella’ in Into the Woods (Watch This), for which she was nominated for a Green Room Award. Her other recent stage credits include Merrily We Roll Along (Hayes Theatre Co.) and The Lucky Country (Hayes Creative Development). Ava is set to play ‘Gwynne Smith’ in the Neglected Musicals production of Bells are Ringing.
Ava is also a television actor and presenter known for her work on shows including Definitely Not News (ABC), The Pack Down (ABC), Code of Law (Weiyu Films), Stacked! including mini-series Ava’s Kitchen (ABC) and Mikki vs. the World (ABC).
Alessandra is a BA graduate of Music Theatre from the Victorian College of the Arts. Alessandra’s theatre credits include Paper Stars (Salty Theatre), Jack Frost Musical (original workshop), Big Fish (Hayes Theatre Co) and a Top 30 Semi Finalist for the Rob Guest Endowment (2017&18).
Screen credits include Neighbours (CH10), La Brea (NBC Universal) Ms Fishers MODern Murder Mysteries (Seven Network).
Alessandra has shot various short films, including A Good Boy, Blvck Gold and the web series Hot Bread 2.
John O’Hara is one of Australia’s most versatile and in demand performers. Hailing from Perth and a graduate of WAAPA, John most notably earned critical acclaim for his portrayal of Dr Frank N. Furter in The Rocky Horror Show. Other engagements include playing Ned Schneebly in the original Australasian production of School of Rock, Bernadette in Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, Rodney in Dusty, Rum Tum Tugger in Cats, Roscoe Dexter in Singin’ In The Rain, Peter in Jesus Christ Superstar, The Father in Wicked and most recently as a soloist inThe Who’s Tommy for Victorian Opera.
Other credits include Hair, Shout!, Eureka, Leader Of The Pack, High Society, Oklahoma!, The Boy From Oz, Rock of Ages, Company, Grease, Elegies, Songs For A New World and Songs From An Unmade Bed. John is a featured vocalist for internationally esteemed Queen tribute act Rock Rhapsody.
John’s writing credits include #VAL – A Campfire Kiki With Mother. #VAL consistently earns 5 star reviews and continues to play sellout seasons and festivals nationwide. Artistic Director, Alan Cumming selected #VAL for his 2021 Adelaide Cabaret Festival and an invitation subsequently followed to perform at Club Cumming. Other self penned works include Dedications, commissioned by Adelaide Cabaret Festival and A Very Merry Christmas Cabaret for Perth Theatre Trust. 2021 saw John premier That’s Not Your Light, John! for the inaugural Perth International Cabaret Festival and he was a guest artist for the launch event for The West Australian Jazz Project’s A Very Jazzy Christmas at Perth Concert Hall. He creatively directed the 2020 Crown Christmas Spectacular at Crown Theatre Perth which subsequently led to his main-stage musical theatre directing debut, bringing Legally Blonde to Crown in 2021. John was recently engaged as the 2022 Festival of Voices Ambassador in Tasmania.
John is a qualified marriage celebrant and a casual announcer for ABC Hobart. John is a regular traffic and weather announcer in Victoria and Tasmania for the Australian Traffic Network, being heard on stations including KIIS, Triple M, Nova and Gold. He provides the male voice for popular singing warmup app Warm Me Up. @australiasjohnohara
Lisa-Marie Parker is a versatile singer and actress whose career has spanned 25 years.
Her various stage credits include: Jekyll and Hyde – 25th Anniversary Concert with Anthony Warlow (Concertworks), Serenading Adela – A Street Opera, The Sedaka Songbook, Grand DiVisions – A Moved Urban Cantata (Outer Urban Projects), Sondheim on Sondheim (Manilla Street Productions), Taxithi – An Australian Odyssey; Legally Blonde (Exitleft Productions), Blood Brothers (Manilla Street Productions) Nominated for Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical for Linda in Blood Brothers, Green Room Awards (2014), Atlantis -The Concert by Matthew Robinson, Cats (Really Useful Company) Nominated for Female Artist in a Featured Role in a Musical for Jellylorum/Grilddlebone, Green Room Awards (2010); John and Jen (Cast/Producer. Nominated for 5 Green Room Awards (2009) including Best Leading Actress in a Musical and Best Production.); The Sound of Music (ExitLeft Productions), Merrily We Roll Along, Mary Bryant (Magnormos); 1975 – A Love Story (Brisbane Canto Coro); We Will Rock You (Louise Withers & Assoc); 1975 – A Populist Opera (Melbourne Workers Theatre); Les Miserables (Cameron Mackintosh); McCubbin – A Musical Biography; Hello Dolly, Hair, Music Man, Call Me Madam (The Production Company); And the World Goes Round; Putting It Together; Songs for a New World; Crusade – The Concert (Picture This!) and It’s All About Me! Lisa-Marie Charalambous in Cabaret.
Her screen credits include: Fisk, Playing for Keeps; Olivia Newton-John – Hopelessly Devoted to You; Dirt Game; City Homicide; Neighbours; Boytown; Scooter Secret Agent; RVIB Carols By Candlelight; AFL Grand Final; The Footy Show; Good Morning Australia, and ROCK IT! as the voice of ‘Gamma the Computer’ as well as numerous voice-overs and television commercials. Her recordings include McCubbin – A Musical Biography of Frederick McCubbin and Welcome to the Inside of Ed’s Head by Eddie Perfect, and the Vocal Warm Up iPhone App – ‘Warm Me Up’.
Lisa-Marie is also a freelance Music Theatre Voice Teacher, Audition Coach, Career Mentor and AMEB Musical Theatre Voice Examiner.
Tenor Shanul Sharma made his operatic debut in 2014 with Opera Australia as Don Ramiro in Rossini’s La Cenerentola, followed by Madman in Berg’s Wozzeck (2019) and the roles of Il Conte di Libenskof in Rossini’s Il viaggio a Reims and The Student in Reimann’s The Ghost Sonata to critical acclaim in both Sydney and Melbourne in 2019. Shanul has also appeared in concert with the Opera Australia Orchestra in 2019 for Mazda Opera in the Domain which was broadcast live on ABC Classic FM.
With other companies most notably Shanul has appeared as Il Conte di Libenskof for the Bolshoi Theatre of Russia in Moscow (2020 & 2019) and the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro, Italy (2018); in the title role of Mozart’s Mitridate, Re di Ponto at Teatro Olimpico for Festival Vicenza in Lirica (Sept 2021); Il Conte d’Almaviva in Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia for Teatro del Giglio in Lucca, Italy (2018); and Ernesto in Donizetti’s Don Pasquale in Pavia, Italy (2017). Shanul also represented the Rossini Opera Festival at the prestigious LaVerdi Auditorium in Milan as the tenor soloist in Rossini’s Stabat Mater and at the Norwegian National Opera in Oslo in 2018, and performed the roles of Florville in Rossini’s Il Signor Bruschino, the title role in Massenet’s Werther and the tenor soloist in Mendelssohn’s oratorio Elijah.
Shanul regularly appears in festivals and gala performances in Australia with artists such as Cheryl Barker and Teddy-Tahu Rhodes, as well as in Italy and the United Kingdom, featuring most notably in Christopher Tin’s Grammy Award winning composition Calling All Dawns at the Llangollen Festival in Wales in 2017.
Shanul holds an MA in Advanced Vocal Studies from the Wales International Academy of Voice in Cardiff, UK and is a winner of the 2017 Canto Lirico discipline and the Rossini International Award from Pesaro, Italy. He remains the only artist to have won both the awards in the same calendar year. In 2019, he was awarded Broadway World Sydney’s Best Male Performer in an Opera for his performance as The Student in The Ghost Sonata for Opera Australia and was a part of the company’s Moffatt Oxenbould Young Artist Program from 2018-2021.
Samuel is a graduate of the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University (QCGU), Bachelor of Musical Theatre. Most Recently, Samuel understudied The Wizard in the Australian Premiere of Il Mago Di Oz with Victorian Opera. Earlier this year he toured Australia in Paw Patrol Live playing the role of Captain Turbot and briefly understudied and stepped into the roles of Jack and The Steward for Watch This’ production of Into The Woods.
In 2020, Sam was honoured to be nominated for a Green Room Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance of Ginger in The Beautiful Game with Manilla Street Productions. In 2019 they performed in the 40th Anniversary Production of Sweeney Todd in the Ensemble and understudying the role of Tobias Ragg (Lifelike Company) and in the ensemble of DreamSong with (Ebb. Flow).
Other credits include the role of Oscar in The Wild Party (Little Triangle Co.), and originating the role of George Armstrong in MELBA at the Hayes Theatre.
Glaston graduated from the Music Theatre course at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2005. He also studied Classical Voice at the Queensland Conservatorium. Glaston is best known for his portrayal of Nick Massi in Jersey Boys, amassing over 1500 performances. Other highlights include Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Michael Cassel), The Bodyguard (GFO), Sondheim’s Passion (Life Like Touring), Assassins (Watch This), Shout! (TML), My Fair Lady (Opera Australia) and ‘Athol Guy’ in Georgy Girl – The Seekers Musical. Glaston appeared in several musicals for The Production Company including Oklahoma; West Side Story, Guys and Dolls, Little Me and Camelot
Daisy Valerio is an Australian singer and actress with a Diploma in Music Theatre from Brent Street, a Bachelor of Music Theatre from the Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) and her Honours in Postgraduate Classical Voice from The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music.
During Daisy’s time at WAAPA her performance credits include: Mary Warren in The Crucible, Heather McNamara in Heathers, Ethel in 42nd Street and Tess Redman in the short film Knock Out.
While studying in Perth, Daisy debuted as Adele Rice in the Australian premiere of A Man Of No Importance and, upon her graduation, received the prestigious Finley Award for Music Theatre.
Daisy’s other credits include Cinderella in Rodger and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Cis in Albert Herring, starring in The Golden Age of Broadway and performing in the first staged reading of Joan of Arc the Musical.
Sam is a 2016 graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts, and recently played the role of Henri Baurel in the original Australian production of An American in Paris. Prior to that, Sam toured with Platinum-selling group The Ten Tenors for two years, both within Australia, and internationally. Sam made his professional debut in 2017 in The Production Company’s Jesus Christ Superstar, and played the role of Marius in Les Miserables for Free-Rain Theatre Company. In the same year he was selected as one of the Top 30 finalists for The Rob Guest Endowment, where he was awarded the ‘Playbill Future Prospect Award’. Throughout 2018 and 2019 Sam toured Europe and the Caribbean in Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, playing the role of Frank, and understudying the roles of Tick and Bob. His other credits include Whizzer in Falsettos (Stageart), Del in The Beautiful Game (Manilla Street Productions), Billy Lawlor in 42nd Street (Free-Rain Theatre Company), and They’re Playing Our Song (Company Eleven), The Enchanted Pig, and Together Apart (Gertrude Opera). Last year, Sam lent his voice and physical likeness (through motion capture) to the role of Garret Ward, in the world’s first long-form Virtual Reality musical Castle Gillian.
Sam is a proud member of Actor’s Equity and would like to thank his family and Ian White Management for their continued support.
Originally from Adelaide, Callum made the move to Melbourne where he studied Musical Theatre at APO Arts Academy. He then went on to continue his training at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, studying Classical Voice.
Performance credits include the Australian premiere of Memphis: The Musical (Ensemble/Huey US), Lead Opener for Lea Salonga In Concert, and performing the title role in Jack Frost: A New Australian Musical. He has also travelled the globe, performing with Belinda King Entertainment and Marilla Productions.
Callum is currently an artist with the Australian Contemporary Opera Company, whom with he has toured Alice’s Adventure’s in Wonderland (Victorian/Queen of Hearts US), The Enchanted Pig (The Moon) and Leonard Cohen’s Book of Longing.
Therèsa Borg is a graduate of VCA’s Opera Studio and Masters in Theatre (Writing) programs. Directing credits include ‘Sweeney Todd’, starring Anthony Warlow and Gina Riley at Her Majesty’s Melbourne, ‘The Light in the Piazza’ at Arts Centre Melbourne, ‘Disney Under the Stars’ at SOH/ Myer Music Bowl, ‘Paw Patrol Live!’ at Wembley Arena and Songs of the Helmeted Honeyeater at fortyfive downstairs. Theresa is the 2022 Creative Fellow for Australian Writing at the National Library of Australia and is currently writing a triptych of historical Australian plays.
Her sung roles include Cosette, Christine, Jellylorun/Griddlebone, Musetta, Fosca, Angelique and Zerbinetta for producers including Cameron Mackintosh, The Really Useful Company, Opera Australia, and Victorian Opera.
Therèsa co-founded Melbourne production house TEG Entertainment Store/Life Like Touring for whom she wrote and directed over 20 family musicals. These shows, including ‘Scooby Doo Live: Musical Mysteries’, ‘Octonauts Live: Operation Reef Shield’, and ‘Sesame Street presents Elmo’s World Tour’ toured Australia and internationally. Most recently she has been the resident director for ‘An American in Paris’.
Stephen works extensively throughout Australia as a conductor, arranger, pianist, and educator. He received his Master of Music from the Australian Institute of Music where he lectures in Music Theatre. He has been twice nominated by the Victorian Green Room Awards for Musical Direction for his contributions to Priscilla, Queen of the Desert – The Musical and Xanadu. In 2022 Stephen received a Green Room Award for his Music Direction of The Music of the Night, a revue of Sir Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s theatre music.
Stephen’s professional credits as Musical Director & Conductor include Barnum – The Circus Musical, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert – The Musical (Australian world premiere season & revival, New Zealand & South Africa), Follies In Concert, the musical revues, Everything’s Coming Up Sondheim and The Music of the Night, Georgy Girl – The Seekers Musical, The Rocky Horror Show, South Pacific, Guys & Dolls, Xanadu, Dusty – The Original Pop Diva, Dames at Sea, A Swell Party, The Tap Pack, Underdogs and The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. He was Associate Musical Director & Conductor for A Chorus Line, Les Misérables, The Phantom of the Opera, Miss Saigon, Singin’ In The Rain, Jolson, Cabaret, Oliver! and Grease – The Arena Spectacular. For the Victorian College of the Arts, Stephen has been the Musical Director of West Side Story and Li’l Abner.
Stephen’s arranging & orchestration credits include Barnum – The Circus Musical, the sellout Melbourne season of The Tap Pack, Candy Man, Underdogs, The Merry Widow from Bluegum Creek, Boy’s Own Macbeth, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, the albums Tribute (featuring John Bowles) and Sing, Sing, Sing (featuring Wayne Scott-Kermond), and Musical Direction & vocal arrangements for the Australian & US Tours of Scooby-Doo Live.
For the Melbourne & Ballarat Cabaret Festivals, Stephen has been Musical Director and Accompanist for A Singer Must Die, Good Girl/Bad Girl and Aznavourian. Stephen has also been heard in the pit orchestras on piano for many shows including the original Australian productions of Cats, Les Misérables, 42nd Street and Jerry’s Girls.
Stephen is thrilled to be working with The Marrollo Project on this concert presentation of Titanic, the Musical.