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Maria de Marco

Maria de Marco’s Theatre credits includes self – written M.A. for Emu Productions, Lulu in Lulu for Emu Productions/Pandora’s Box, Florence Redfern in A Sweeter Fern-That’s Red for About Face Theatre, Phyllis McDonough/Vera James/Ada Reeves in Girls of the Reel and Liliana Azopardi in At The Crossroads for Women on a Shoestring and Emma Ciccotosto in Emma-Celebrazione for Street Theatre.

Other Theatre works include Sara/Gilda/Pina in Ricordi for the Riverina Theatre Company, Caterina/Sara/Teresina in Una Festa Di Nozze for the Singapore Arts Festival and Katia Alibrandi in Looking for Alibrandi for PACT Theatre.

Television and Film work include Sister Reed in E Street for Westside Productions, The Illustrated Family Doctor for POD Films, Mrs Pappas in Forbidden Nights for Platinum Studio Productions, Carol in A Family Affair and The Art of Bonsai for AFTRS. Maria was most recently seen on the new horror web series, Watch the Mother – Restoring the Wife episode.

Maria graduated from Theatre Nepean at the University of Western Sydney, 1992 and has trained with Beth Daly, Karen Pearlman and Richard Allen, Sidetrack Performance Group, Zygmunt Molik ( Grotowski), Mathew Fargher, Jo Estill Voice Training, Commedia Dell’Arte at FILEF and Davis Gaha Productions.

For the last 15 years Maria has been singing with the a cappella group Blindman’s Holiday’s and her sister group, Zingari Voci for the Musica Viva’s Music in Schools Programme and for Nora Goodridge Management. She has toured with Blindman’s Holiday to music festivals in Australia including Woodford Folk Festival, Huntington Music & Wine Festival, Port Fairy Folk Festival, the National Folk Festival, the Fremantle Festival and the Inaugural 1000 Voice Festival in Adelaide.
In 2001 Maria won MEAA’s A.C.T Green Room Award for Professional Performer of the Year.




Christopher Horsley

Christopher Horsley’s recent Theatre work includes King Kaiser in My Favourite Year, David in Seesaw and Geiber Goldfarb in Girl Crazy as part of the Neglected Musicals series. Other Theatre credits include Lank Hawkins in Crazy for You and Andy Lee in 42nd ST for The Production Company, Emcee and James in The Letter for Twelfth Night Theatre, No Restrictions for TapWorks, Untitled for Ian Osbourne/Julian Stoneman and Sid Phillips/Cosmo Brown in Singin’ in the Rain for DAE/IMG.

Television and Feature Film work includes Motion capture Performer in Happy Feet for Warner Bros, The Adventures of Roman Pilgrim for Moondance Pictures, Dil Chahta Hai for Excel Entertainment Films, Angus in Bootmen for Fox Searchlight, Got to Dance, Changi, Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Live with Regis and Kathy-Lee, Macy’s 4th July Spectacular, Hot Shoe Shuffle and Hey Hey It’s Saturday.

Concerts and Performances as a Guest Artist include Up Close and Personal with Craig Calhoun at Zenith Theatre, Rob Guest Endowment with Matt Lee, Leah Howard and Lucy Durack at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Light the Night with Lucy Durack at City Recital Hall, Taronga Twilight Series with Chloe Dallimore at Taronga Zoo, Melbourne International Tap Festival at the National Theatre and Untitled with Adam Garcia in Sadler’s Wells United Kingdom.




Scott Irwin

Scott Irwin most recently starred as Corny Collins in the critically acclaimed ‘Hairspray’ for which he received a Helpmann Award Nomination for Best Male Actor in a Supporting Role.

Over his 20 year career, Scott has established himself as one of Australia’s leading men, collecting an outstanding list of credits including Gaston in Beauty and the Beast for which he won a Mo Award Nomination, Enjolras in the 10th Anniversary Tour of Les Miserables, King Arthur in Camelot, Billy Bigelow in Carousel and Fred/Petruchio in Kiss Me Kate.   

Other theatre credits include Grease, The New Rocky Horror Show, The Full Monty, Company, High School Musical, High Society, Annie Get Your Gun, The Sign of the Seahorse and Secret Bridesmaids’ Business.  He is proud to have workshopped three new Australian musicals: Eureka, Nostradamus and the hugely successful Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.

Scott has appeared on The Midday Show, Good Morning Australia, The Today Show, Sunrise, Mornings with Kerrie-Anne, IMT, Hey Hey It’s Saturday and many more.  He has also appeared in the TV dramas Blue Heelers, Police Rescue and Home and Away.   Film credits include Passion and Razzle Dazzle!

Scott has performed in countless concerts and corporate events, both as a soloist and in the highly successful corporate entertainment group, The Leading Men.




Katrina Retallick

Katrina Retallick most recently starred as Sarah Stone in No Way to Treat a Lady for which she received a Sydney Critics Theatre Awards nomination for Best Actress in a Musical. Katrina also won the Glug Award in 2005 for her role as Nellie Forbush in South Pacific.

Katrina graduated from Sydney University with a Bachelor of Arts and the Central School of Speech and Drama, London with an Advanced Diploma of Creative Theatre.

Theatre credits include the role of Charlotte Malcolm in A Little Night Music for Opera Australia, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg for White Box and Critical Stages, Stainless Steel Rat for Harrison's Cheap Productions, Nellie in South Pacific for the Production Co. and Sea Biscuit Prods., the role of Guenevere in Camelot for The Production Company, the Korean tour of Jekyll and Hyde for Tim Lawson Enterprises, Sing-A-Long A Sound of Music for Tim Woods Entertainment, Wind in the Willows for the Australian Shakespeare Company, Titanic the Musical for Seabiscuit Productions, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, The New Rocky Horror Show and many more.

Film and Television works include Accidents Happen for AH Films, The Eternity Man (Tele-movie) for RB Films, and Comedy Inc. series I-IV, Channel Nine, The Chaser-CNNN and Backburner for Crackerjack Productions.



Belinda Belinda McCormack

Belinda graduated from Charles Sturt University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts, Design for Theatre and Television. Since then Belinda has been working along the east coast of Australia with her most recent theatrical projects taking her from Tasmania to Queensland. Belinda Stage Managed the Fresh Ground Development work One in Seven, a new musical theatre piece produced by Brisbane Company Joymas Creative for Director Lisa Freshwater and Musical Director/Co-Writer Megan Shorey. Belinda also joined Hobart based company Blue Cow Theatre as their Production Assistant for their new theatre work Tidal Pools written by Sean Monro and Directed by Annette Downs.

Belinda’s University credits include Head of Costume Construction for The Wizard of Oz, Head of Set Construction for A Clockwork Orange, along with a vast range of creative roles for The Jungle, Bard to the Bone (Shakespeare re-invented), Skins, Secret Life of Us, The Tempest, A Russian Fairytale and Arabian Nights.


Andrew Andrew Massey

Since studying the Associate Diploma in Jazz at the Conservatorium of Music Andrew has been leading, teaching and performing in Australia and overseas including United Kingdom, United States of America, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vanuatu, Fiji, New Zealand, Turkey, Kazakhstan and Mongolia.
Andrew’s playing experience ranges from Jazz with Slide McBride and Con Campbell, Popular with Lillias White and Tina Harrod, Original with Stephen Bishop and Camerton, Backing with Paulini and Ian Turpie and Gospel with Geoff Bullock and Darlene Zschech.

Musical Theatre works including The Lion King and Mary Poppins for Disney, Company for Kookaburra, Altar Boyz for Ovations, Breast Wishes, Menopause and Godspell for Zero G and Judah Ben Hur for Epic.


Peter Peter Kohlhoff

As a performer, arranger and producer, Peter Kohlhoff has covered all the basses. In Australia and abroad, he has been found touring with Aria nominated Latin American group Tigramuna, Motown Artist Gin Wigmore, Jazz personalities including James Valentine, Monica Trapaga, Dale Barlow, Selah and Transit

On stage and behind the scenes he has brought his talents to many popular local productions from Sydney Festival, Jonah, ABC's TGIF through to Menopause - the Musical!




Maree Kanowski – Stage Manager

Maree graduated from the University of Southern Queensland with a Bachelor of Theatre Arts (Stage Management), and was also the recipient of the USQ Creative Arts Award for Theatre. Since graduation, Maree has worked as a Stage Manager with many theatre, dance, opera and event companies around Australia and the USA, including Opera Australia, The Melbourne Theatre Company, The Sydney Theatre Company, The Sydney Opera House, The Queensland Ballet Company, The Joffrey Ballet of Chicago, The Really Useful Company, The State Opera of South Australia, QPAC, The Melbourne Festival, The Adelaide Festival, Hit Productions, La Boite Theatre Company, the Q Theatre, and the Queensland Conservatorium of Music. Maree has also toured extensively around Australia, Asia, and the USA.



Brad Miller - Piano
Peter Kohlhoff - Bass
Andrew Massey - Drums & Percussion

Music & Vocal Arrangements by Brad Miller

Bass & Kit Arrangements by Peter Kohlhoff

Original Arrangements by Paul Geddes


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