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Nicole began dancing at an early age with Julie Cookson, and went on to study full-time classical ballet with Christine Walsh where she achieved her Diploma. She continued her studies at the Victorian College of the Arts and more recently has trained in acting at the Q44 studio.
Nicole is an experienced stage performer, and was most recently seen as Georgie in the well-reviewed Spike Heels at Chapel off Chapel for Q44 Theatre Company, which she also co-produced, and as Ellie May in The Production Company's Show Boat.
Other theatre credits include the title role in Dolores (Q44 Theatre Company), Die Fledermaus (Opera Australia) in the role of Ginger Rogers, The Gondoliers (Opera Australia), Dame Edna’s Back with a Vengeance (Duet Productions), Monty Python’s Spamalot (Louise Withers and Associates) as understudy to The Lady of the Lake, 42nd Street, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Little Me, Damn Yankees, Anything Goes and The Producers, all for The Production Company. She was also in the Australian premiere season of Jersey Boys (Newtheatricals), where she played various roles and was Dance Captain. Nicole was also in the national tour of Legally Blonde in the roles of Courtney, Whitney and Elle's Mum. She toured internationally in the role of Magenta with The Rocky Horror Show.
Nicole has had extensive experience performing overseas with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. She has also danced and sung in corporate events throughout Australia, performs regularly in her self-managed acoustic duo Kurby and Cole, and has appeared in numerous TV commercials and music videos.
Lyall's recent professional theatre credits include SuperGirly: Return of the Pop Princess and Fat Pig (Lab Kelpie) The Parricide (La Mama), Savages (fortyfivedownstairs), Penelope and The Pride (Red Stitch), The Heretic (MTC) and Sunday in the Park with George (Victorian Opera).
He has received three Green Room Award nominations for Savages, The Pride and The Thing About Men (Magnormos). Other music theatre credits include Urban Display Suite for Ross Mollison International, Guys & Dolls for Donmar/Ambassador, Vaudeville X for High Performance Company, Sugar and Mame for The Production Company and The Kiss of Death for Melbourne Fringe.
On screen he has appeared in Winners & Losers, The Time Of Our Lives, The Dr Blake Mysteries, Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, Rake, You’re Skitting Me!, Ben Elton Live From Planet Earth, The Mint, Neighbours and Blue Heelers, and feature films Any Questions for Ben? and the upcoming Australian comedy Dirt Cheap. An established voice over artist, Lyall has worked on international animations Get Ace, Sumo Mouse
Born to an artistic family and growing up in South Africa, Fem grew up with performance in her blood. She made her theatre debut at 19 days old, as baby Jesus. The performance bug had bitten and the addiction to the stage spread.
After graduating from The National Theatre Ballet School, Fem traded her tutu, pointe shoes and tights for jazz bands, tap shoes and spotlights.
She began her musical theatre journey in South Africa appearing in Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey), Joseph and His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (Narrator), Jesus Christ Superstar, Summer Holiday, Oklahoma, The Rocky Horror Show (Janet, Columbia), and Nunsense Jamboree. She then joined the international tour of Cats as Jennyanydots.
Crossing the seas to London, Fem trod the boards of West End Theatres for many years. She played the lead in Hairspray’s Original West End cast (Tracy Turnblad, Shelly), she performed for Her Majesty The Queen at the Royal Variety Show, and was also in Austentatious (Emily), Fame (Mabel), Footloose (Betty, Rusty), Annie Get Your Gun, Debbie Does Dallas (Assistant Director, Donna), BBC’s Danni’s House (series), BBC’s Edu (series) and feature film Mr Bones (Dora).
Her Australian credits include the role of Liza in The Boy from Oz, Genesis to Broadway and her own show Dear Blossom. Winner of 5 FNB Vita Theatre Awards and a Best Show Olivier Award, Fem has made a name for herself as a jazz vocalist and violinist in the Melbourne jazz scene, having shared the stage with many Australian, South African and International jazz luminaries at prestigious jazz venues.
Lulu first started making her mark in the UK by writing and performing her own shows, taking the Edinburgh Festival by storm, then embarking on a string of UK tours, selling out night after night.
Personally requested to support Sir Elton John on the Australian leg of his 2002 World Tour, Lulu then went on to co-star in the Just for Laughs 22 date tour of Canada and the US in October/November 2002 alongside Harland Williams, Louis Ramey and Ron White.
Lulu then proceeded to write and perform three successful West End sell-out shows called Supergirly 2000, Supergirly Live 2002 and Glitter Wonderland 2002.
Lulu has also performed on Children In Need, presented on BBC1's Live And Kicking, hosted a show on ITV1 called Take The Mike. She starred in her own sitcom, simply called SuperGirly for BBC TV.
As well as supporting Elton John in 2002, Lulu was also invited to perform at Elton John's private party, The Tiara Ball, at his Windsor home. Lulu also performed exclusively for Madonna, Bob Geldof, Queen, Dolce & Gabanna and Bananarama. Other fans of her work include Jennifer Saunders, Adrian Edmondson, David Furnish and Boy George. Lulu's show SuperGirly has quickly become a requested show for private celebrity parties.
Showing her versatility as a comedic actress Lulu received rave reviews for her role as the politically incorrect Cassandra in the SBS series Bogan Pride. In 2012 Lulu was nominated for a best actress in the Maverick Movie Award in LA and also won for best performance in a short film for her leading role in Auditioning Fanny. Another short film Muff, by the same director Mia Kate Russell, also starring Lulu has been included in the ABCs of Death DVD for 2014.
Cameron trained extensively at Centrestage Performing Arts School in Brunswick under the guidance of Ian and Leanne White. Having graduated secondary school in 2002, Cameron spent four years traveling the world as a lead singer aboard Royal Caribbean cruise ships.
Since his return, Cameron’s stage credits include Miss Saigon (Withers/Coppel/Bewick) in which he covered the lead role of Chris and Altar Boyz (Precedent Productions - Australian premiere) playing the lead role of Matthew, for which he received a Greenroom Award nomination.
Other stage credits include I Can’t Believe it’s Not Countdown! (Brian Mannix/Fur Productions) staring as various rock legends, the role of Alex in the world premiere of Anthony Costanzo’s Life’s A Circus, Mamma Mia (Louise Withers and Associates) throughout Australia in which he covered the role of Skye, and Jersey Boys Knuckles/
Tommy/Gyp and Bob Cover) touring nationally and to New Zealand. In 2013 Cameron played Jesus in Magnormous’s production of Godspell and was privileged to perform the role for Stephen Schwartz.
Most recently Cameron has been seen in Guys and Dolls (The Production Company) at the State Theatre and Parade (Governor Slaton/Britt Craig) in the inaugural production for The Collective. TV credits include: Neighbours (Cory Helpmann), Blue Heelers (Jesse Dawson), and recently The Dr Blake Mysteries series 3 (Nathan Eaton).
Kristin graduated from the University of Tasmania with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Diploma of Education. With a background in art education, he currently works as a professional musician, actor and voice over artist.
His theatre credits include Wake in Fright for La Mama, Dark Heart for Deluge Theatre Company and Jesus Christ Superstar for Exit Left Productions in which he played the title role. Television credits include US productions The Pacific and Nightmares & Dreamscapes as well as Australian productions Underbelly, Rush, Neighbours and City Homicide.
Film credits include Under My Skin and The Sunset Six, which won numerous awards at the Sydney Indie Gems Film Festival as well as screening in France's Le Bout De Monde and St Tropez film festivals. Kristin's voice work can be heard regularly on radio and television in various shows, documentaries and advertising campaigns.
A na has worked across all facets of the entertainment industry – Music Theatre, film and television, band and corporate work.
Ana started her professional career playing with well-known Melbourne cover band Relax with Max. She then moved into Music Theatre performing in the national tours of The Sound of Music, The Buddy Holly Story and Wrung Out with Glynn Nicholas. She has also toured Asia for Disney and with the musical Chang and Eng.
In the UK she had a recurring role in the popular TV series Family Affairs and was resident singer/pianist at many famous London hotels including The Dorchester, The Ritz and The Millennium Mayfair. For two years Ana was principal vocalist for Jean Ann Ryan Productions on the Norwegian Cruise Line touring to Alaska, Hawaii and Mexico.
Most recently Ana has been performing nationally with her vocal trio The Holly Belles been resident singer/pianist at the Greyhound Hotel in St Kilda and has been working as a Musical Director – with credits including the national tour of Menopause the Musical. With her husband Martin Lane Ana also runs the very successful children’s performing arts school Stage Left with nine schools across Melbourne and students performing in major musicals such as Les Mis and The King and I.
Andrew has a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Music and Drama from Monash University. His performing credits include; Jim Greene in Show Boat (The Production Company) Fisherman/ Warrior/British Admiral/Sailor in Pacific Overtures (Watch This), Sid in the Original Australian Premiere cast of Chitty Chitty, Bang Bang (TML), Buddy in Buddy; The Buddy Holly Story (Showbiz Christchurch), a role he revived after performing as the Alternate Buddy in the 2009 National Australian Tour of Buddy; The Buddy Holly Story (LTPA) and Lead in World Premier of Virgins; A Musical Threesome (Echelon), and its subsequent reincarnations at the New York Musical Festival and Victorian Regional Tour.
Film credits include vocal arranger and on screen conductor in the feature film Knowing (Ezekial). Musical Direction credits include Peppa Pig Live; Treasure Hunt (Life Like Touring, National Tour), Rocking The House With Mickey Mouse (Disney Special Events) Showtune Sweethearts (Morning Melodies, Hamer Hall) Up Close and Reasonably Personal (Amanda Harrison, Butterfly club). Andrew is proudly represented by Ian White Management and is a member of equity since 2008.