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Past Productions


September 29 to October 7, 2017

The Cat in the Hat guides us into The Jungle of Nool where we see Horton, the kind hearted elephant who discovers a speck of dust containing Whoville. He meets JoJo, a Who child sent to military school for thinking too many “thinks”. Horton decides he must protect the speck of dust on a nearby clover, while at the same time protecting an abandoned egg left to his care by the lazy Mayzie la Bird. Horton tries to convince the other animals in The Jungle of the existence of the Whos, but he is ridiculed and put on trial for insanity. Only his loyal neighbor, Gertrude McFuzz, never loses faith in him.

Seussical weaves a story of friendship, loyalty and love. Despite all odds, Horton and Gertrude band together to save the Whos, free Horton, and restore peace and unity to the Jungle of Nool. Charming Seussical teaches us the power of being unique, and the importance of fighting for your beliefs.

Production Team

Directors: Daniel Allaoui and Demi Mangione
Music Directors: Omar Moustafa (Vocal) and Shelley Dunlop (Instrumental)
Choreographer: Louisa Dortenzio
Production Manager: Karim Shaker

Stage Manager: Ben Stokes
Assistant Stage Manager: Sarah Stokes
Stage Crew: Erin Williamson, Kath Faichney, Matt Figliola, Luke Raye

Costumes Design: Wendy Braid & Maree Castenmiller
Costume Coordinator: Bianca Jones
Costume Assistants: Ruby Gleeson & Stephanie Black
Costume Thanks: Debbie Nisbet & Lily Gleeson

Set Design: Andrew McDougall & Nick Rouse
Set Construction: Ellen Rouse & Nick Rouse
Set Painting: Amy Jenkinson
Props Coordinator: Nick Rouse
Props Thanks: Karim Shaker, Katalog
Puppets: Andrew McDougall, Flying Monkey Puppets and Props

Hair and Makeup Design: Bianca Jones & Kirsty Nisbet
Prosthetics: Kristopher Wardhana, Chris with a K
Special Thanks to: Shari Tijan, Jessica Cannuli & Kirsten Taafe

Graphic Design: Melany Nauta, Full Stop Design Studio
Social Media: Adam Turner
Photography: Evangeline Kepler Studios

Lighting Design and Operation: Talfryn Dawlings & Shong Lim, SLIM Productions
Dome Operators: Tara Draper, William Marshall
Sound Design: Gerard Hook with Stagepass
First Aid: Kirsten Taafe

The Cat in the Hat: Tim Addicoat
Horton the Elephant: Isaac Stott
Jojo: Thalia Osegueda
Gertrude McFuzz: Kelly Trenery
Mayzie LaBird: Laura Power 
Sour Kangaroo: Kirsty Nisbet
General Genghis Khan Schmitz: Daniel Cooper
Mr. Mayor: Jay Haggett
Mrs. Mayor: Bec Muratore
The Wickersham Brothers: Liam McWhinneyWade Robinson and Joseph D’Aspromonte
The Bird Girls: Sarah HillKiersten Casey and Sophia Bubner
Thing 1 and Thing 2: Georgia Cutajar and Ruby Elliot


Dance Captains: Leo van der Spek-Williames and Tobiah Elliott
Yertle the Turtle and Cat Stunt Double: Lachie Alexander
Vlad Vladikoff: Joshua-nemet Marzan
The Grinch: Dylan Tijan
Kianna BartoloDee BellenGabi BergmanStephanie BlackAlana CucéGreta GeorgiouVictoria MertzanidisSarah Murphy-GambleElisa OseguedaAshlee SchultzNiko SourouliasSamantha Stacey and Thrubavan Tharmakulendran.
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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

March 10 to 13, 2017

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” deals with the universal theme of love and its complications: lust, disappointment, confusion and marriage. The plot focuses on three parallel stories: the trials and experiences of two sets of lovers camping in a magical forest, the world of the Fairy King and Queen and their elves, and a group of rough craftsmen attempting to stage a production of “Pyramus and Thisby” for the wedding of the Duke of Athens.
Hermia is in love with Lysander, but her father wants her to marry Demetrius. To escape the arranged marriage, she and Lysander elope into the woods. Demetrius follows them, and he is pursued by Helena, who nurses an unrequited passion for him. A love quadrangle develops among the young lovers when mischievous Puck plays Cupid. “The course of true love never did run smooth” says Lysander. Meanwhile, a group of amateur actors rehearses a badly-written play in the woods, and soon all find their lives changed by the doings of Oberon and Titania, the warring king and queen of the fairies. Magic, action, love and humor are the ingredients for this unforgettable spell.
This work is widely performed around the world, and no wonder – it’s about the world’s most popular pastime, falling in love. But as Puck knows, falling in love can make fools of us all. Love is crazy, love is mad.  Will love win out in the end?

Production Team

Director: Karim Shaker
Assistant Director: Chris Black
Stage Manager: Curtis Sanderson


Theseus: Toby Greig
Hippolyta: Kirsten Taafe
Egeus: Cam Gleeson
Hermia: Ashlee Lambton
Helena: Evangeline Clough Good
Lysander: Christien Dariol
Demetrius: Jake Matricardi
Oberon: Kirsten Taafe
Titania: Katie Possingham
Puck: Ahila Navaratnam
Cobweb: Ruby Gleeson
Mustardseed: Emma Uphill
Peaseblossom: Mary Filmer
Moth: Rhiannon Welsford
Peter Quince: Tiernan White
Nick Bottom: Daniel Cooper
Francis Flute: Candice Jansz
Tom Snout: Stephanie Black
Snug: Bonnie Jean McRae

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The Producers

September 23 to October 1, 2016

The plot is simple: a down-on-his-luck Broadway producer and his mild-mannered accountant come up with a scheme to produce the most notorious flop in history thereby bilking their backers out of millions of dollars. Only one thing goes awry: the show is a smash hit! The antics of Max Bialystock and Leo Bloom as they manoeuvre their way through their journey.

Production Team

Director: Jesse O’Donnell
Music Director: Nicholas La Mattina
Choreographer: Megan Metcalfe


Max Bialystock: Andrew McDougall
Leo Bloom: Nick Rouse
Ulla: Mikaela Farrugia
Franz Liebkind: Daniel Cooper
Roger De Bris: Wade Robinson
Carmen Ghia: Daniel Allaoui
Lead Stormtrooper: Giles Adams

Joey Black
Stephanie Black
Fiona Boyle
Kiersten Casey
Brent Denison
Louisa Dortenzio

Shelley Dunlop
Ruby Gleeson
Bianca Jones
Rhiannon Kane
Scotty Legge
Dee McDougall
James Phillips
Candice Piang-Nee
Ashlee Schultz
Matt Sheahan
Joseph Simms
Samantha Stacey
Daryl Stevenson
Kirsten Taafe
Adam Turner
Kristopher Wardhana
Jake Waterworth

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Avenue Q

June 30 to July 3, 2016

Winner of the Tony “Triple Crown” for Best Musical, Best Score and Best Book, AVENYUE Q is part flesh, part felt, and packed with heart.

The laugh-out-loud musical tells the timeless story of a recent college grad named Princeton who moves into a shabby New York apartment all the way out on Avenue Q. He soon discovers that although the residents seem nice, it’s clear that this is not your ordinary neighborhood. Together, Princeton and his new-found friends struggle to find jobs, dates, and their ever-elusive purpose in life.

Filled with gut-busting humor and a delightfully catchy score, not to mention puppets, AVENUE Q is a truly unique show that has quickly become a favorite for audiences everywhere. Although the show addresses humorous adult issues, it is similar to a beloved children’s show; a place where puppets are friends, Monsters are good and life lessons are learned.

Production Team

Director: Daniel Cooper
Music Director: Shelley Dunlop
Producer: Stephanie Black


Princeton/Rod: Wade Robinson
Kate Monster/Lucy T. Slut: Sarah Golding
Nicky/Trekkie Monster/Bad Idea Bear/Newcomer: Andrew McDougall
Brian: Jesse O’Donnell
Christmas Eve: Kathleen Fong
Gary Coleman: Sasha Hennequin
Bad Idea Bear/Mrs T.: Bianca Payne
Ensemble: Kelly Trenery & Jake Waterworth

Reviews & Media

Essgee’s The Pirates of Penzance

March 11 to 19, 2016

Essgee’s unique brand of Gilbert and Sullivan has more laughs and a more modern sound than the traditional show. The story concerns Frederic, who, having completed his 21st year, is released from his apprenticeship to a band of tender-hearted pirates. He meets Mabel, the daughter of Major-General Stanley, and the two young people fall instantly in love.

Production Team

Director: Andrew McDougall
Music Directors: Shelley Dunlop & Rebecca Muratore
Choreographer: Louisa D’Ortenzio
Producers: Sean Walpole & Georgia Antonello


Pirate King: Sam Marzden
Frederic: Nathan Wright
Mabel: Sabrina Surace
Major General: Antony Steadman
Ruth: Kirsty Nisbet
The Fabulous Singlettes: Jessica Cannuli, Narada Edgar & Demi Mangione
Sergeant: Jesse O’Donnell
Samuel: Dave Mccarthie

Giles Adams
Kesh Aponso
Daniel Allaoui
Scott Bailey
Stephanie Black
Fiona Boyle
Catherine Brennan
Erin Brennan
Daniel Cooper
Bonnie Crafter
Emily Garth
Bianca Jones
Megan Metcalfe
Ashlee Schultz
Tess Shacklock
Joseph Simms
Daryl Stevenson
Madeline Stewart
Jake Waterworth

Reviews & Media


September 25 to October 3, 2015

One of the most uproariously funny musicals in recent year, URINETOWN is a hilarious tale of greed, corruption, love, and revolution in a time when water is worth its weight in gold.
In a Gotham-like city, a terrible water shortage, caused by a 20-year drought, has led to a government-enforced ban on private toilets. The citizens must use public amenities, regulated by a single malevolent company that profits by charging admission for one of humanity’s most basic needs. Amid the people, a hero decides he’s had enough, and plans a revolution to lead them all to freedom!

Production Team

Director: Daniel Cooper
Music Director: Ian Nisbet
Choreographer: Narada Bartley
Producer: Sean Walpole & Georgia Antonello


Officer Lockstock: Sam Marzden
Little Sally: Imogen Whittaker
Bobby Strong: Nathan Wright
Hope Cladwell: Sarah Cuthbert
Caldwell B. Cladwell: Dean Mitchelmore
Penelope Pennywise: Kirsty Nisbet
Mr McQueen: Giles Adams
Senator Fipp: Jesse O’Donnell
Officer Barrel: Nick Rouse
Josephine “Ma” Strong: Simone Warnock
Old Man Strong/Hot Blades Harry: Chris Black
Little Becky Two Shoes: Ahila Navaratnam
Tiny Tom/Dr Billeaux: Daryl Stevenson
Soupy Sue: Bianca Payne
Mrs Millenium: Samantha Stacey
Robbie the Stockfish/Business Man #1: Sean Walpole
Billy Boy Bill/Business Man #2: Matt Sheahan
Further Ensemble: Mikaela Abbey and Dee McDougall

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March 6 to 14, 2015

RAGTIME is a powerful portrait of life for America at the turn of the 20th century. Written by the award-winning composer/lyricist team of Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens, noted playwright Terrence McNally. Based on E.L. Doctorow’s distinguished novel. The musical intertwines the stories of three extraordinary families, as they confront history’s timeless contradictions of wealth and poverty, freedom and prejudice, hope and despair, and what it means to live in America.

Production Team

Director: Amy Bryans
Musical Director: Sally McKenzie
Choreographer: Catherine Spanti
Assistant Director: DJ Pearce
Assistant Choreographer: Louisa D’Ortenzio

Producer: Sean Walpole
Costume Designers: Wendy and Simone Braid
Publicity Manager: Maddi Ostapiw
Stage Manager: Ryan Turner
Rehearsal Pianist: Lester Cheung
Lighting: Benjamin Stokes
Sound: Stagepass


Mother: Cassandra Beckitt
Tateh: Dennis Clements
Coalhouse Walker Jr: Marty Alix
Sarah: Manu Lavemai
Younger Brother: Curtis Mason
Father: Tim Haughton
Grandfather: Steven McKenzie
Little Boy: William Fisher
Little Girl: Ella Leavey
Sarah’s Friend: Asinate Vaihu
Emma Goldman: Bernadette Sheedy
Evelyn Nesbit: Danielle Faour
Booker T. Washington: Stan Peters
Harry Houdini: Lachlan Hamill
Henry Ford: Jesse O’Donnell

Ellen Akers
Katelyn Anetima
Alex Beckitt
Sophie Bengough
Pheobe Bengough
Michael Bengough
Stephanie Black
Jessica Cannuli
Emily-Rose Carr
Annalisa Cercone
Narada Edgar
Guillaume Gentil
Kadin Gervalla
Amon Prete
Tessa Hulsbosch
Sherryn Kew
Lee-Anne Laazos
Yirgjhilya-Mary Lawrie
Brandon Lennie
Maeghan McKenzie
Megan Metcalfe
Kofi Nortey
Daniel Ortega
Kiarra Pavlovich
Saskia Penn
Katie Possingham
Ashlee Schultz
Olivia Sharpe
Matthew Sheahan
Jessica Sheedy
Kim Siemensma
Joseph Simms
Chrystal Smith
Aisake Tuinauvai
Robin Vaihu
Declan Veale
Kristopher Wardhana
Simone Warnock

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Little Shop of Horrors

July 10 to 12, 2014

A down-and out skid row floral assistant becomes an overnight sensation when he discovers an exotic plant with a mysterious craving for fresh blood. Soon “Audrey II” grows into an ill-tempered, foul-mouthed, R&B-singing carnivore who offers him fame and fortune in exchange for feeding its growing appetite, finally revealing itself to be an alien creature poised for global domination!
One of the longest-running Off-Broadway shows of all time, this affectionate spoof of 1950s sci-fi movies has become a household name, thanks to a highly successful film version and a score by the song writing team of Howard Ashman and Alan Menken, who redefined the animated musical film with Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin. Charming, tuneful and hilarious, with tongue firmly planted in cheek, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS never fails to entertain.

Production Team

Director: Rachel Collins
Choreographer: Emma Kiely
Musical Director: Sophie Antoniou
Producer: Nicole Kiely


Seymour: Tyson Legg
Audrey: Gemma Foster
Audrey II (Voice): Dave Barclay
Audrey II (Puppeteer): Andrew McDougall
Orin Scrivello: Thomas Bradford
Mushnik: Mattie McLeod
Urchins: Danielle Carter, Whitney Johnson, Naomi Elias

Mardi Cuthbert
Rachel Edwards
Alice McLennan
Tisara Pathiranage
Saskia Penn
Josh Peterson

Reviews & Media


March 7 to 15, 2014

GYPSY is the ultimate story about an aggressive stage mother. Join Rose, June and Louise in their trip across the United States during the 1920’s, when vaudeville was dying and burlesque was born.

Jule Styne’s music and Stephen Sondheim’s lyrics include Let Me Entertain You, Some People, You’ll Never Get Away from Me, If Momma Was Married, All I Need Is the Girl, Everything’s Coming Up Roses, You Gotta Get A Gimmick and Together Wherever We Go.

This is a gripping story of one of the most frightening aspects of show business.

Production Team

Producer: Shane Sanfilippo
Co-Directors: Nathan Slevin & Dom Hennequin
Musical Director: Rachel Edwards
Choreographer: Maddie Psaila


Rose: Verity Brown
Louise: Demi Mangione
June: Ashleigh Psaila
Herbie: Morgan Lobé
Tulsa: Michael Uccellini
Baby June: Karina Thompson
Young Louise: Sofia Bilic
Mazeppa: Mel Xavier
Tessie Tura: Meaghan Ventura
Electra: Ellen Lane
Mrs Cratchitt: Elise Moorhouse

Daniel Bugge
Jake Carlson
Max Dureau
Narada Edgar
Danielle Faour
Sasha Hennequin
Ellen Henshall
Georgia Ingham
Anna Kealy
Ane Septianingrum
Joseph Spanti
James Oorloff
Anna Thompson
Ryan Turner

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The Witches of Eastwick

March 1 to 9, 2013

In the sleepy New England town of Eastwick, our three (not-so-wicked) witches Alexandra Spofford, Sukie Rougemont and Jane Smart are divorcees feeling trapped in their everyday humdrum lives. One stormy night, high on Martinis and brownies, they make a crazy wish – for a man to make their own. But their wish has consequences they could never have dreamed…

Production Team

Producer: Jake D. Remmington
Director: James Terry
Musical Director: Rachel Edwards
Choreographer: Gaynor Borlase


Darryl Van Horne: Tyson Legg

Alexandra Spofford: Jacqueline Levitas
Sukie Rougemount: Kathleen Amarant
Jane Smart: Nadia Gianinotti

Felicia Gabriel: Luisa Tascone
Clyde Gabriel: James Phillips

Michael Spofford: Ian Nisbet
Jennifer Gabriel: Angie Bedford

Little Girl: Tayla Podesta-Muir
Fidel: Andy McDougall

Gina:Adriana Tascone
Greta: Elise Moorhouse
Eudora: Rebecca Muratore
Franny: Sarah Cuthbert
Brenda: Jessica Martin
Marge: Melanie Xavier
Ed: Morgan Lobe
Joe: Pasquale Bartalotta
Raymond: Sean Walpole

Featured Dancers
Emma Kiely (Dance Captain)
Narada Edgar
Nicole Kiely

Joseph Spanti
Andrew Davies
Dee McDougall
Bernadette Sheedy
Courtney Ryan-Mercer
Joshua Bruzzese
Karla Quadara
Lauren Cameron
Frankie Guida
Ellen Burgin
Katie Carr

Reviews & Media

Get Animated! Waterdale Annual 2012

October 7, 2012

Get ANIMATED! A musical showcase journey through cartoon!

As the name suggests, WATERDALE Annual is a one night only event produced annually by WATERDALE. “Annual”, as it is affectionately called, is a favourite with WATERDALE audiences and members!

This event gives our talented performers the opportunity to showcase their talent in a concert style performance, revolving around a central theme. This year’s theme “GET ANIMATED” will feature songs from animated features including many Disney favourites, The Prince of Egypt, Anastasia and more!

Waterdale Originals 2012: Construct

August 22 to 24, 2012

Original 10-15 Minute short theatre pieces brought to life!

You have the power! the audience favourite wins 500 DOLLARS!

Into The Woods

July 12 to 14, 2012

From Stephen Sondheim, the genius that bought us A Little Night Music, Sweeney Todd, Assassins andCompany, Into the Woods combines the well- known fairy tales of Cinderella, Rapunzel, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Little Red Riding hood with the story of the Baker and his Wife who desperately want a child. The characters set off into the woods to achieve their ‘Happily even after’. Once the characters have accomplished their goals, however, they learn about the pitfalls of greed and gluttony. Finally, they learn about the need for community and family when they must unite to fight together.

Production Team

Director: Shane Sanfillippo
Assistant Directors: Jevon Scandrett & Rachel Edwards
Musical Director: Rowland Braché
Mentor Musical Director: Tyson Legg
Movement Director: Emma Kiely


The Witch: Jess Barlow
Baker: Sam McPartlan
Baker’s Wife: Kathleen Amarant

Cinderella: Laura Slavin
Rapunzel: Shelley Dunlop

Cinderella’s Prince/Wolf: Djon Alexander
Rapunzel’s Prince: Maverick De Leon

Little Red Riding Hood: Gabriella Russo
Jack: Jack Turner
Jack’s Mother: Elizabeth Carr
Grandmother: Sarah Cuthbert

Cinderella’s Mother: Candice Sweetman
Cinderella’s Stepmother: Alice Bottomley
Florinda: Angie Bedford
Lucinda: Sarah Kiely

The Narrator: Joshua Bruzzese
Mysterious Man: Kristopher Brown
The Steward: Sean Walpole

Sleeping Beauty: Mikaela-Lee Abbey
Snow White: Emily-Rose Carr
Milky White: Andrew McDougall

Reviews & Media


March 2 to 10, 2012

Set in 1913, Leo Frank, a Brooklyn-born Jewish man living in Georgia, is put on trial for the murder of 13-year-old Mary Phagan, a factory worker under his employment. Already guilty in the eyes of everyone around him, a sensationalist publisher and a janitor’s false testimony seal Leo’s fate. His only defenders are a governor with a conscience, and, eventually, his wife Lucille, who finds the strength and love to become his greatest champion.

Production Team

Producer: Jake Remmington
Director: Aimee Fraser
Assistant Director: Laura Perini
Musical Director: Ian Nisbet
Assistant Musical Director: Sophie Antoniou


Leo Frank: Tyson Legg
Lucille Frank: Jaclyn DeVincentis
Jim Conley: Djon Alexander
Mary Phagan: Taylor Branecki
Frankie Epps: Charles Grounds
Hugh Dorsey: Dean Mitchelmore
Governor John Slaton: Malcolm Fawcett
Tom Watson: Kristopher Brown
Judge Roan: Dave Barclay
Britt Craig: James Terry
Luther Rosser: Brendan Hyde
Newt Lee: Kristopher Wardhana
Young Confederate Soldier: Josh Peterson
Old Confederate Soldier: Dave Barclay
Mrs Phagan: Maxine Montgomery
Lizzie Phagan: Angharad Griffiths
Minnie McKnight: Emily-Rose Carr
Iola Stover: Sarah Cuthbert
Essie: Tayla Podesta-Muir
Monteen: Hannah Bailey
Sally Slaton: Sarah Kiely
Riley: Yasmin Ismail
Angela: Katie Lewis

Nicolas Troitzky-Pelletier
Andrew Davy
Nicholas Barca
Melissa Kahraman
Jack Turner
Kristen Field
Simone Braid
Jessica La Mari
Rachel Edwards
Nicole Kiely
Rebecca Muratore
Amanda Flannery
Elizabeth Carr
Sean Walpole
Emma Bleazby
Karla Quadara
Mardi Cuthbert
Laura Ghiotti
Shae O’Reilly
Rylan Perrott

Reviews & Media

Waterdale Annual 2011: Can’t Touch This

October 16, 2011

Songs from musicals we can’t get the rights to.

The cast will perform numbers from hit musicals including Legally Blonde, Wicked, Love Never Dies, The Lion King and Mary Poppins

As it’s name suggests the WATERDALE Annual is an annual event produced by the WATERDALE.

The Annual gives members the opportunity to showcase their talent in a “one night only” concert style performance revolving around a central theme. The audience is seated at tables, whilst being entertained for the evening by the talented cast.

Production Team

Producing Director: Kristopher Brown
Music Director: Ashlee Kumar


Alex Pech

Amanda Flannery

Angie Bedford

Bec Muratore

Brigid DeNeefe

Candice Sweetman

Chris Weinberg

Dilan Ismail

Emily-Rose Carr

Emily Dickinson

Emma Fitzgerald

Emma Kiely

Grace Ephraums

Hannah McRae

Jacqui Levitas

James Terry

Josh Peterson

Kate Maroney

Kathleen Amarant

Kyahl Anderson

Laura Ghiotti

Liz Carr

Maddie Adams

Mardi Cuthbert

Melissa Karakaltsas

Nathan Wright

Nicole Kiely

Phoebe Bengough

Rachel Edwards

Robbie Wilton

Robert Clark

Rylan Perrot

Sam Hawkwood

Sarah Burke

Sarah Cuthbert

Sarah Kiely

Sean Walpole

Sophie Bengough

Tayla Podesta-Muir

Yasmin Ismail


Beauty And The Beast In Concert

July 21 to 24, 2011

Step into the enchanted world of Disney’s magnificent masterpiece.

Production Team

Producing Directors: James Terry and Sarah Cuthbert
Musical Director: Benjamin Heels
Assistant Musical Director: Ashlee Kumar
Co-Movement Director: Emma Kiely


Belle: Jacqueline Levitas
Beast: Sam McPartlan
Gaston: Robert Clark
Lefou: Anthony Julian
Maurice: Kristopher Brown
Lumiere: Nathan Wright
Cogsworth: Sean Walpole
Mrs Potts: Emma Fitzgerald
Madame de la Grande Bouche: Rebecca Muratore
Chip: Phoebe Bengough
Babette: Caitlyn Burt
Monsieur D’Arque: Alex Pech
Silly Girls: Caitlyn Burt/Sarah Kiely/Sarah Burke

Amanda Flannery
Andrew Davy
Chelsea Cornell
Christopher Weinberg
Elizabeth Carr
Emily Carr
Jenny Dyer
Joshua Ezackial
Mardi Cuthbert
Nicole Kiely

Reviews & Media


March 4 to 12, 2011

Annie is a spunky Depression-era orphan determined to find her parents, who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of a New York City Orphanage run by the cruel, embittered Miss Hannigan. In adventure after fun-filled adventure, Annie foils Miss Hannigan’s evil machinations, befriends President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and finds a new family and home in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary Grace Farrell and a lovable mutt named Sandy.

Production Team

Annie: Yasmin Ismail
Miss Hannnigan: Jaclyn DeVincentis
Mr Warbucks: Rob Clark
Grace: Kathleen Amarant

Rooster: Robbie Wilton
Lily: Angie Bedford

President F D Roosevelt: Mark Kearney
Bert Healy: James Terry
Drake: Sean Walpole
Boylan Sisters: Mardi Cuthbert, Sarah Cuthbert and Hannah McRae

Duffy: Ashleigh Psaila
July: Taylor Podesta- Muir
Kate: Emily Dickinson
Tessie: Bianca Reale
Nessie: Stephanie King
Molly: Phoebe Bengough
Pepper: Amanda Flannery

Each night we will also have a cameo for the role of ‘Star to Be’-
The role will alternate between
Brigid DeNeefe
Gina Mets
Daniel Puckey
Jacqui Levitas
Candice Sweetman and
Stephen Valeri

Aishling Sharkey
Anthony Economou
Ashlea Dyson
Brad Murphy
Caitlyn Burt
Catherine Worsnop
Chelsea Heaney
Danielle Carter
Elizabeth Carr
Ellen Lane
Hannah McRae
Jack Turner
Jessica Kennedy
Jimmy Adler
Kelly Thomas
Kris Brown
Laura Ghiotti
Melissa Karakaltsas
Michael Walter
Michelle Butler
Nicole Kiely
Rachel Edwards
Sam Hawkwood

Reviews & Media


March 2010

The story introduces us to Pippin, the eldest son of King Charlemagne of the Franks. Pippin is the well-educated crowned prince, but he believes that there is more to life than warfare and longs for a more fulfilling life. With the help and direction of the Leading Player and a troupe of ambitious assistants, Pippin sets off on an entertaining journey filled with violence, betrayal, tragedy and love in order to find ultimate happiness.

Production Team

Director: Shane Sanfilippo
Assistant Director: Luis Rivera
Musical Directors: Daniele Buatti & Melissa Karakaltsas
Choreographers: Emma Kiely & Luis Rivera


Pippin: Kyahl Anderson
Catherine: Jess Kaplonyi
Fastrada: Kathleen Amarant

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