About this Session
So you know how there’s New Years Eve (soo overhyped, amiright?) and then we popularised the concept of New Years Eve Eve? Well this year, we are going one step further, trailblazers that we are, and holding New Years Eve Eve EVE!
NYEEE (say it fast and it sounds like you’re squealing with delight) has everything a great NYE celebration has – food, drinks, the inevitable Broadway singalongs, HOWEVER – there are no fireworks that scare puppies. At Broadway Sessions, we are all about thinking about puppy welfare. Therefore, our celebration is superior.
Performers can sing anything they like, as long as it fits the Broadway Sessions criteria – a song from a musical or by an established music theatre composer/writer. Let’s celebrate the end of a decade in true puppy loving, broadway belting, glory! NYEEEEE!
Doors open at 5:45pm. Food and beverages are available from the bar.
Pre-purchase single tickets and tables today to secure your spot. Tickets remain available online until 15 minutes before doors. Any remaining tickets will be available at the door.
For the opportunity to perform, visit our registration page and submit two song options to be part of the fun. Registrations open at 9pm on Sunday 24 November and close on Sunday 15 December.
Lindsay has performed over the past decade in both musical theatre and cabaret, having enjoyed success in various genres: classical roles such as John Brooke in Little Women (The Musical) (Therry Dramatic Society 2013) and Cinderella's Prince in Into the Woods (Northern Light Theatre Company 2012); to contemporary roles such as Abraham in the Adelaide premiere of Altar Boyz (Davine Interventionz 2013), Sonny Malone in Xanadu (The Musical) (Davine Interventionz 2014), George in The Drowsy Chaperone (Hills Musical Company 2013), Kyle the UPS Delivery guy in Legally Blonde (HMC 2014) and most recently Elliott Garfield in The Goodbye Girl (Therry 2015). Lindsay has also appeared in countless other shows, favourites including Urinetown, 42nd Street, Crazy for You & Les Misérables. Most recently he premiered in Adelaide the role of Fabrizio for Davine Interventionz's 2016 Adelaide Fringe Show, The Light In The Piazza.
Aside from musical theatre, Lindsay has a keen passion for cabaret, having written, co-produced and performed at numerous cabaret events over the years. Stepping out side his usual genre, Lindsay played the role of Jay Gatsby in The Great Gatsby (old sport), produced by Independent Theatre.
Aled has been performing in community theatre productions since 2013, predominantly musical productions but with ever increasing dips into less musical waters. He has been worked himself overtime this performance season, currently in A Man For All Seasons with IpSkip Productions which will be on stage mid January 2020, and he was just recently in the cast of Vintage Hitchcock with Tea Tree Players and was the Minstrel in Once Upon a Mattress with Marie Clark. Some of his production highlights include playing Inspector Kemp in Marie Clark's 2014 production of Young Frankenstein, Joe Vegas in Marie Clark's 2015 production of Fame, Sir Bors/Dancing Nun/Ensemble in Marie Clark's 2018 production of Spamalot, and William Featherstone in Galleon Theatre's 2018 production of How the Other Half Loves.
Outside of theatrical endeavours, Aled has completed Certificates II, III and IV in Music at TAFE SA and a BA in Music at Tabor College, is the current president of The Little Para Singers community choir which he has been in since 2011, and has just reached his 16 month moustache anniversary.
Blake has been performing in the South Australian musical theatre scene since his debut in Therry society's production of Big Fish in 2016. Since then he has worked with HMC on the two productions and three State Opera of South Australia and Elder Conservatorium collaborations being Die Fledermaus, Don Pasquale and Dido and Aeneas. In 2020 Blake took part of Shane Warne the Musical, presented by Segue Productions at the Adelaide Fringe Festival. this was his last credit before this COVID-19 business went and ruined everything
Danielle started performing at age 5 within her school and also in the Australian Girls Choir. She landed her first lead role in a musical at age 6 starring as Henny Penny in the year 1 & 2 production of The Sky is Falling, where she was seen pulling actors into their correct spots and mouthing everyone's lines. In High School (Norwood Morialta High School) Danielle played leads across multiple musicals, 2008 - Rizzo in Grease, 2010 - Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast and 2011 - Anna in The King and I. Additionally, in 2010 Danielle was part of the High School Cabaret Show, directed by David Campbell during the Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
Since high school, Danielle pursued a basketball career playing Premier League basketball for 8 years, which prevented her from performing. Since retiring in late 2017, she has been trying to crack back into musical theatre, auditioning for musicals. Last year Danielle was lucky enough to play Scaramouche in Matt Byrne Media's We Will Rock You. Recently you may have seen Danielle in NLTC's Dusty as a Nevada, and in G&S Society's Kinky Boots where she sang the words "What a Man" over and over again like an annoying broken record.
Dione Baker, Adelaide’s pocket power house, is known among the Adelaide theatre circle as the "diva"... but in a good way! Since the age of 16 Dione has performed for many amateur and professional companies including Co Opera and State Opera of South Australia. Dione was also a member of team Ricky Martin on 2015's season of The Voice Australia. Some of her most cherished roles have been Carlotta in The Phantom of the Opera for Matt Byrne Media (2013), Suor Angelica and Cio Cio San (Madame Butterfly) for Co Opera (2012 and 2015).
Most recently Dione has been selected to be a member of the State Opera (SA) Chorus for 2019 and looks forward to working with them again soon. Dione is a versatile singer and performer as she has done many styles from pop to opera, and was also a part of the amateur premiere of We Will Rock You with Matt Byrne Media in July 2018 where she played the jumping Suzi Quattro
23-year-old Dylan Rufus has been in the South Australian theatre community since 2011; assuming many roles: including audio-visual design and technician, stagehand and stage manager, musician and musical director, actor, writer and composer—with his recent contribution in the University of South Australia’s self-written production of Behind Closed Doors in 2018. Dylan’s onstage work has seen him in musicals such as Grease, West Side Story, Oklahoma, Jesus Christ Superstar, Sweeney Todd, and Spring Awakening, amongst other plays and pantomimes.
2019 saw Dylan portray Principal Gowan/Veronica’s Dad/Kurt’s Dad in Segue Productions’ Heathers: The Musical and John Hinkley, Jr. in Hills Musical Company’s Assassins in November. More recently, Dylan played lead guitar for Davine Productions’ Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.
Outside of the theatre, Dylan has completed his MMET Master of Teaching in Secondary Education through the University of South Australia and is finishing the Associate Performers Diploma in Pianoforte through Australia and New Zealand Cultural Arts (ANZCA).
Eilish Webb is 19 years of age and is a legit Soprano learning to belt badly. She is also a character actress. She has been singing for about 8 years and has played leading roles with Hannah Catherine Productions in Murray Bridge, Adelaide Theatre Academy and school productions. Her roles include Wendy in Peter Pan, Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls, Little Red Riding Hood in Into the Woods, Mr Bumble in Oliver! and Miss Hannigan in Annie JR. She has also been a regular performer at Centrestage in Victor Harbor. Last year she directed a full community amateur production of the musical The Pajama Game with her company SAM (South Australian Musicals).
Eloise Quinn-Valentine is known in the Adelaide musical theatre community by a number of names including 'Eloise QV', and the more enigmatic 'Boise Q'. Eloise has performed in musicals, plays, in choirs and at events around Adelaide with companies such as Davine Productions, Adelaide Conservatorium Chorale, University of Adelaide Theatre Guild, Independent Theatre, Therry Dramatic Society and Young Adelaide Voices. She also took up the opportunity to perform the role of Betty in The Crucible while on exchange at Royal Holloway, University of London in 2017.
Recent highlights include playing Vivie Warren in Mrs Warren's Profession (Independent Theatre), Phaedra in Jerusalem (University of Adelaide Theatre Guild), Sister Sophia in an immersive production of The Sound of Music (Emma Knights Productions), Young Violet in Violet: A Musical (Davine Productions), and in Its Only Life (Davine Productions, ft. John Bucchino), and Betty/Carole cover in Davine Productions' sold-out season of Beautiful - The Carole King Musical.
As well as loving to tell stories on stage, Eloise recently completed her Honours in English Literature at Flinders University.
Emma Good has just celebrated her 11th birthday. She had a busy start to the year performing in Pelican Productions' Spotlight in January and in Musical Moments for Promise Adelaide and as Michael Darling in Adelaide Theatre Academy's production of Peter Pan, a Musical Adventure during the Adelaide Fringe Festival. She's been keeping busy during isolation doing musical theatre classes via Zoom and learning how to play the drums and ukelele.
As a graduate from King's Baptist Grammar School, with a strong passion for performing arts, Erin is looking forward to take her next steps in her musical career at the Elder Conservatorium. Throughout her schooling, she has studied Music, Drama and Creative Arts, was the Year 12 Music Captain. She has mentored and led multiple strings and vocal ensembles. Erin has received the Performing Arts award from 2013 to 2019.
Erin has had vocal training with Dianne K Lang since 2017, and has been a member of her school’s senior vocal ensemble “Harmony”; who won the 2019 Glee State Final Small Team competition. She has studied violin since 2010 and has been a part of the Senior Strings ensemble during this time.
Erin has performed in school musicals from 2013 until 2019, starring as Vivienne Kensington in Legally Blonde Jr, and Eileen in Back to the 80’s. She made her amateur theatre debut as Taylor McKessie in Adelaide Youth Theatre's 2019 production of High School Musical Jr.
Gemma has been performing in musicals since she was very young. Despite being busy with university, she tries to keep up this passion as much as she can. Some of her recent shows have been If/Then (Segue Productions), Little Shop of Horrors (Adelaide Theatre Academy) and Singin' In The Rain Jr (Adelaide Theatre Academy).
Grace is a Second year university student studying Health and Medical Sciences but still enjoys performing and looks to improve both her singing and performance skills. Notable past performances include Gertrude Mcfuzz in Seussical and Penny in Hairspray.
Jasmin has been in and around Adelaide’s vibrant arts scene for many years. She got her first foot in the door performing alongside the likes of Humphrey B. Bear, on Channel 9’s ‘Here’s Humphrey’, and renowned Australian children’s entertainer, Peter Combe.
Since then, she has been cast in multiple soloist and lead roles, both in high school and with youth theatre companies, including ‘Chip’ in Beauty & the Beast, ‘Rumpleteaser’ in Cats (Loreto College) and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Pelican Productions). Some of her more recent highlights onstage include performing as ‘Kendra’ in 13 the Musical, ‘Gingy’ in Shrek the Musical (Adelaide Youth Theatre) and ‘Carla’ in In the Heights (Pelican Productions). Earlier this year, she also made her choreographic debut at the Adelaide Festival Centre’s ‘Something on Saturday’ program, with Theatre Bugs’ production of Porridge.
Jasmin formally studied drama in high school and has trained and competed in all styles of dance. She also continues her vocal training under the tuition of Tania Savelli.
Offstage, she is currently studying a Bachelor of Journalism and Professional Writing at the University of South Australia.
Jemma is originally from the UK where she trained professionally in Musical Theatre at The Brit School, The Betty Wivell Academy and Bird College in London. Jemma has Advanced Diploma’s in both Musical Theatre and Music and was also selected by the BBC (in London) for a young performer's bursary for outstanding achievement in Musical Theatre whilst she was studying. Jemma has been fortunate enough to have performed in various Musical Theatre concerts and workshops in London’s West End and even one in Broadway!
Jemma is relatively new to Adelaide - only having moved here last year. She has just finished playing the role of Carole King in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical with Davine Productions for the Adelaide Fringe Festival 2020. This was the best experience she has ever had on stage - she loved every minute of it!! Jemma also performed in Kinky Boots with The G&S Society in which she played the role of Lauren. Jemma’s other roles in Theatre have included Ellen in Miss Saigon (The Met), Charity in Sweet Charity, Nancy in Oliver!, Mary in Mary Poppins and Ariel in Footloose.
Having been singing since the age of 5, Jordan has been involved in music for almost his entire life. He has been involved in many choirs, musicals and other music events throughout his time at school, such as the Generations in Jazz festival, playing Kurt in The Sound of Music, and Jesus in Godspell. Now at University, Jordan seeks to involve himself further in the music scene in Adelaide.
Joshua Angeles is a 22 year old singer/performer with a passion for musical theatre and storytelling. He has been singing for as long as he can remember, starting at a very young age singing in church. Performances he is most recently known for include In The Heights (Pelican Productions) as Usnavi and Latin Choreographer, Les Misérables (G&S) as Marius, Godspell (Lydian/Irregular Productions) as Judas, and Judge Jackie (Davine Productions) as Duane.
Outside of theatre, Josh is a Systems Engineer working for an Electrical/Energy company. He is also Salsa performer/instructor. In his spare time, he loves playing guitar, songwriting and spending time with family and friends.
Kaitlyn played her dream role of Christine Dae in Phantom of The Opera at just 16 years old. She also travelled around Europe for her final year of high school singing as the lead soprano and soloist, and on her travels through Italy she performed in the Vatican. Recently, Kaitlyn has spent her year traveling around Australia working with Opera Australia and has been focusing on her theatre management. She loves having the chance to perform when she can.
Lucy has been involved in theatre for many years both on and off stage. Lucy has been involved in a number of shows in Adelaide including The Gondoliers, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Sound of Music, and most recently playing Queen Aggravain in Marie Clarke's Once Upon a Mattress. Lucy is excited to be playing the role of The Narrator in Marie Clarke's upcoming 2020 show of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat.
Matilda Boysen is 17 years of age and has had a passion for music and on-stage performances her whole life. Some of her musical roles include 'WENDY DARLING' in Peter Pan, 'SCARAMOUCHE' in We Will Rock You, 'MARGOT' in Legally Blonde, and 'HEATHER DUKE' in Heathers the Musical. As a former student at Investigator College, she has performed in plays Stories from Suburban Road, The Matchmaker, and an original play The Waiting Room. Throughout her younger years, Matilda has performed at various festivals and events as a musician, dancer, and Singer. Her dream is to one day turn her love for acting, singing and dancing into a career and is always looking forward to her next artistic venture.
Originally from Adelaide, Matthew moved interstate to Melbourne to study Music Theatre at the VCA. After completing his BFA, Matthew made his professional debut in the Australian tour of Jersey Boys (New Theatricals). Since returning to Melbourne, he has performed in The Production Company's Thoroughly Modern Millie, Manilla Productions The Beautiful Game and most recently played the role of Jimmy in the production of Bright Star (Pursued by Bear).
Millicent Sarre is a singer & songwriter, cabaret artist, music theatre performer and vocal coach.
Mim studied Music and Theatre at Graceland University, USA, before returning to her hometown of Adelaide, South Australia, where she has been actively involved in the music theatre scene. Her notable roles to date include Veronica Sawyer in Heathers the Musical (Segue Productions, 2019), Wendla Bergmann in Spring Awakening (Hills Musical Company 2017), Ivy in Ivy + Bean the Musical (The Gemini Collective, 2018 – Australian Premiere), Sally Brown in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Hills Musical Company, 2015) and Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors (Graceland University, 2013).
In June 2019, she premiered her original cabaret show, Friendly Feminism for the Mild Mannered, in the Adelaide Cabaret Fringe, and revived the show for the Adelaide Fringe Festival 2020, where it played a sold-out extended season and was a 3-time award winner in the Adelaide Fringe Awards.
Nava Revalk is an 18-year-old singer, actress, dancer and pianist, who has been performing since the age of 3. Nava has played lead roles in musicals with South Australian youth theatre groups and has received many accolades and awards for her performances.
At the beginning of 2019, she relocated to Brisbane to follow her passion, gaining a place in the highly competitive Bachelor of Musical Theatre course at the Queensland Conservatorium.
Nava has performed around the world. She has toured Japan as a lead vocalist with her high school, Concordia College in 2016. Additionally, she toured the US in 2017 and 2019 with the Australian Youth Performing Arts Team, singing solos in Disneyworld and Universal Studios, Orlando and Disneyland and Universal Studios, LA.
Nava’s goal is to make a splash in the musical theatre scene, following her degree, and to bring people together through performing professionally, internationally.
Since diving into his passion for drama and musical theatre in high school, Nick hasn't stopped! He's performed in a number of plays and through he enjoys traditional theatre, his heart rests with singing. He will never forget his first musical Legally Blonde and has since performed twice at the Adelaide Fringe Festival. He never lets his studies get in the way of strengthening his skills and he enjoys pushing his limits. His 2019 highlights include a radio play of It's a Wonderful Life with Wings2Fly Theatre where he performed several roles, and Heathers The Musical with Segue Productions in the ensemble role of Preppy Stud.
Rachel Bruerville is a composer, arranger, cellist, singer, and writer, who is very proud to call Adelaide her home, and will not be moving away anytime soon! She has a cat named Larry, and when she’s not in a rehearsal, you might find her hanging out in the Hufflepuff common room. Rachel’s main performing activity is in her role as a core alto member of the Adelaide Chamber Singers, as well as playing the cello in various situations, including in Adelaide theatre pits.
Career highlights include being commissioned by The Hush Foundation for the 2018 album 'Collective Wisdom', writing music to reduce stress in children's hospital environments; a nomination for 'Vocal/Choral Work of the Year' in the APRA AMCOS / Australian Music Centre 2019 Art Music Awards for her piece In Due Season, commissioned by the Adelaide Chamber Singers; and singing solo with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and Paul Rissmann, Festival of Learning 2017-18, as well as being contracted for the same in 2020!
Ruby’s passion for musical theatre began at a young age, receiving voice and acting training from industry professionals. Ruby performed as the ‘Turn Back, O Man’ soloist in Godspell, produced by Irregular Productions and Lydian Productions. She played Hodel in the Therry Dramatic Society's production of Fiddler on the Roof, and understudied the title role and performed in the ensemble for Davine Productions’ Violet. Her performing credits also include Thoroughly Modern Millie and Les Misérables produced by The Gilbert and Sullivan Society. Ruby's most recent role was Nicola in the Gilbert and Sullivan Society's 2019 production of Kinky Boots.
At 21, Scarlett has been passionate about performing since she was young. She began dancing at Barbara Jayne Dance Centre when she was 3 years old where she developed her singing and dancing skills for 13 years and has now begun focusing on her passion for musical theatre. Scarlett graduated Concordia College in 2017 where she was and will continue to be taught by her singing teacher Rosie Hosking.
With 16 years of combined performing experience, Scarlett's love for the stage has never ceased, with her previous roles including Amber Von Tussle in Hairspray, and Campbell Davis in Pelican Production's production of Bring It On the Musical's first season and its 2018 return season - for which she received a TASA nomination for 'Best Youth Female Actor'. Her most recent musical accreditation included a performance season of Godspell with Lydian Productions and Irregular Productions. In addition to this, she was also selected to perform at the nationally televised 2018 Elder Park Carols By Candlelight. Her professional accolades in Adelaide have also included working with Ding Productions and Shane International each year for varying statewide productions. She has also been contracted with Royal Caribbean International Cruise Lines as a featured lead vocalist since January 2019.
Simon first developed a taste for performing through high school drama and Scout theatre, but left that passion dormant for many years before rediscovering it in the ensemble of HMC's Sideshow (2018). Since that, he appeared in the Met's Can-Can (2018) as Theophile, as well as The Pirates of Penzance (Therry 2019), Assassins (HMC 2019), Nell Gwynn (Stirling Players 2019) and as Kurt Kelly in Heathers (Segue 2019). Most recently, he played the chronically bashful Charlie Marlow in Blue Sky Theatre's Production of She Stoops to Conquer (2020). When he's not performing, Simon studies and teaches economics.
Music has always been a large part of Simone Brock's life, singing from an early age and learning piano from the age of six. Simone was a part of the Special Interest Music Program at Brighton Secondary School, where she had the experience of singing at Generations in Jazz with the school’s Concert Choir, and also had the wonderful opportunity to perform a duet with Kate Ceberano in year twelve. Simone now studies a Master of Education with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in drama and Spanish at Flinders University, and also teaches piano at Novar Music Learning Centre. Simone is also involved with the Flinders University Performing Arts Society and the Flinders Acapella group.
Stephanie's love for musical theatre started in 2017 when she was part of Adelaide Theatre Academy's performance of Singin' In The Rain. She has worked with theatre companies such as Adelaide Theatre Academy, Pelican Productions and Shane Davidson Presents and has been in shows such as 13 The Musical, Disney's The Lion King, and Hairspray. Stephanie participates in weekly musical theatre lessons and takes vocal lessons with both Chelsea McGuinness and Ben Francis. She is currently rehearsing Disney's Moana with Adelaide Theatre Academy and will be performing as a Chief Ancestor in October 2020.
At 22, Stephanie has been singing, dancing and acting for most of her life. Her love for theatre began in The Fairies when she was 9 and she has since had the opportunity to play some amazing roles, such as 'Calamity' in Calamity Jane (Trinity College), 'Millie' in Thoroughly Modern Millie (Swell Productions) and 'Rizzo' in Grease, 'Ariel' in The Little Mermaid and 'Danielle' in Bring It On (Pelican Productions). Stephanie has been passionate about singing most of her life, performing at many events over the years, including the Elder Park Carols and SANFL grand finals. She now is in her 3rd year of vocal coaching with her certificate in Stage 1 & 2 of Estill Voice Training. Apart from musicals, she is also passionate about leading youth and music at her church. Stephanie is looking forward to getting more involved in musical theatre in the future.
Peter Johns (Piano/Musical Director)
Peter is a music director, accompanist, repertoire coach, and the founder of Irregular Productions - one half of the brains behind Broadway Sessions.
He has been a theatre music director since 2005, with a number of his shows winning local awards. Theatre Credits include: (as Music Director) Beautiful, Mamma Mia, Les Misérables, Next to Normal, Violet, The Story Of My Life, Songs For A New World, The Light In The Piazza, You're A Good Man Charlie Brown, Into the Woods, Disney's Beauty and the Beast, [title of show], Edges, Avenue Q, Bring It On, Singing In The Rain, Fiddler on the Roof, Oliver!, Monty Python’s Spamalot, Chicago, Sweeney Todd, The Sound of Music, Urinetown the Musical, Scrooge, The Witches of Eastwick, Little Shop of Horrors, Seussical the Musical, Grease, Once Upon a Mattress; (as Associate Music Director) Kinky Boots; (as Conductor) City of Angels, The Addams Family; (as Associate Conductor) Rent; (as Assistant Music Director) Jesus Christ Superstar, Godspell, South Pacific, Copacabana; as well as playing keyboard in over 25 other productions.
Besides co-producing Broadway Sessions, Irregular Productions has also staged the South Australian premieres of Songs for a New World, [title of show] and Edges, as well as a new production of Godspell (with Lydian Productions).
Peter is also the music director for Civic Park Carols, Australia's second-largest candlelight carols event, working with some of Adelaide’s finest musician’s and performers, as well as artists such as Justine Clarke, Guy Sebastian, Rachel Beck, and Jimmy Giggle.
Max Ziliotto (Drums/Percussion)
Max has been playing percussion for 15 years, and has been involved in numerous music performance groups throughout that time. Attending Marryatville High School 2006-2010, and being a part of the Raiders Drum Corps since 2007, he learned performance etiquette pretty quickly, and grew comfortable performing in front of people. Max participated in the Big Band program at high school, and as such was able to attend Generations in Jazz multiple times. His drumkit playing further improved after high school where, during his studies for his Bachelor of Music (Percussion), he was a part of the Jazz SA Youth Superbands. While studying his Bachelors, Max competed in and won First Place in the 2011 MSO Snare Competition.
Musical theatre has been part of his life since 2009, and as luck would have it, Max has been working with Peter Johns since his very first show! Productions Max has been involved in include: Sweeney Todd, Fame, Spamalot, Beauty and the Beast, Oliver!, Annie, The Full Monty, You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, Violet, Wicked, Bring It On!, Edges, Beautiful, Mamma Mia, and Les Miserables.
Outside of music, Max has developed a passion for gridiron, and plays for the Port Adelaide Spartans. He is also a personal trainer, and his love for craft beers is pretty strong!
Louis Cann (Bass)
Louis has been playing both double bass and bass guitar as long as he can remember. Beginning with lessons at the age of 7, he quickly developed his skills and decided that music was the career for him. Louis began playing for Musical Theatre shows in 2011, with the Northern Lights Theatre Company’s production of Beauty and the Beast, which coincidentally, was the beginning of a long-standing working relationship with Musical Director, Peter Johns! Since, Louis has played for many theatre companies around Adelaide, including Adelaide Youth Theatre, Lydian Productions, Pelican Productions, Davine Productions, Irregular Productions, Marie Clarke Musical Theatre, The Gilbert & Sullivan Society of South Australia, and Hills Musical Company. Some of his favourite shows to play for have been In the Heights, for Pelican Productions in 2019, and Beautiful: The Carol King Musical, for Davine Productions in 2020. In 2018, Louis had the privilege of playing in the pit for the Gordon Frost Organisation’s touring production of The Wizard of Oz. Louis graduated from the Elder Conservatorium of Music in 2016, with a Bachelor of Music (Classical Performance.) That same year, he began performing as a casual member of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra - some of his favourite performances include Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in Concert at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre, and Last Night of the Proms at the Adelaide Festival Centre.