About this Session
Happy New Year and welcome to Broadway Sessions for 2021!
FOURTEEN WEEKS. That’s how long we’ve had to wait for another Session at Norwood Live. It’s been a very long 14 weeks for us here at Broadway Sessions HQ and we can’t wait to see you all again.
Join us for the first Session of 2021 on the last day of January and bring in the (Broadway Sessions) new year with drinks, good company, and another group of stunning performers. It’s performer’s choice which means no theme – just 2 hours of old favourites and new songs to be introduced to.
Doors are open at 5:45pm. Food and beverages are available from the bar.
As there are limited seats available due to COVID restrictions, you will be able to join us in person, OR stream it from the comfort of your home!
Tickets to be in the audience go on sale on Friday 22 January. Unfortunately, you are unable to book a whole table – however the Broadway Sessions team will be allocating seats so you can sit with your family and friends. Tickets bought under the same name will automatically be seated together. If you have any other seating requests, please email them to [email protected] by 5pm on Monday 25 January. We may not be able to accommodate any requests after this time.
Tickets to watch the live stream from home will also be available from Friday 22 January and can be purchased from the tickets page.
For the opportunity to perform, visit our registration page and submit two song options from any musical or written by an established music theatre writer. Performer registrations are now open and close on Sunday 17 January.
Casmira is an experienced performer and teacher with a great passion for storytelling. Highlights have included performing the role of ‘Violet’ in Davine Productions’ Violet (for which she won the TASA award for Best Female Performance 2017) and 'Fantine' in the G&S Society's production of Les Misérables (for which she was nominated for a Curtain Call: Best Female Performance 2018).
In 2018 she performed in Edges with Irregular Productions for the Adelaide Fringe, ‘Shelby’ in Steel Magnolias with IpSkip,'The Lady of the Lake' in Spamalot with Marie Clark (winner of Best Ensemble Curtain Call 2018), and the ‘Sour Kangaroo’ in Seussical with Northern Light. In 2019 Casmira played nine characters in Judge Jackie: Disorder in the Court with Davine Productions (which won Best Ensemble and Best Musical at the 2019 Curtain Call Awards, as well as the TASA for Best Musical) and Lynette ‘Squeaky’ Fromme in Assassins for Hills Musical Company.
Professionally, Casmira has acted and provided voices for several short films and children’s productions. She also spent many years directing and music directing musicals for Adelaide Theatre Academy, including Snow White and Alice in Wonderland for the Festival Centre’s ‘Something on Saturday’ program. Her fondest memories are working with Peter Combe in directing and choreographing his Adelaide Fringe shows from 2013-2015.
Ellis Dolan is currently touring with the company of 'School of Rock' as an Understudy for Dewey Finn and as a Swing – recently returning from a four-month tour of China. He spent 2017 studying Musical Theatre at NIDA; appearing in the Sydney Theatre Company production of Chimerica as part of the NIDA Ensemble.
He has appeared in several productions around Adelaide, including Evita (The Met) in which he portrayed Che; The Producers (HMC) as the Stormtrooper; Oliver! (Shane Davidson Presents) as Bill Sykes; as well as ensemble roles in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (HMC) and Jesus Christ Superstar (G&S Society). Off-stage, he acted as Assistant Director for You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown and Smokey Joe's Cafe (HMC).
He also toured across Australia, portraying the role of Peter Dutton, as part of Abbott: The Musical (George Glass Productions), performing as part of the Canberra Comedy Festival and Melbourne International Comedy Festival, as well as a sell-out run in the Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Outside of performing, Ellis is a writer – having completed his Honours in Creative Arts: Creative Writing at Flinders University. He’s currently struggling through the first draft of a novel and is constantly side-tracked by wanting to write reviews and film analysis; because of this, nothing seems to get done, but he has a lot of fun doing it.
He made his directorial debut with Edges as part of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe Festival and loved every second of working with such fine people.
Amber Fibrosi recently played Radio Voice, a Greasette and understudied Sandy in AYT's production of Grease. She also played the role of ‘Wendy’ in Adelaide Theatre Academy’s Fringe show of Peter Pan in 2020, along with being a soloist in another fringe show Musical Moments. Amber has also been a featured ‘Defying Gravity’ soloist in the Catholic Schools Music Festival in 2019 and since graduating from school has been gaining further experience in the musical theatre and overall music industry, looking to begin her study in a Bachelor of Music Theatre this year.
Enthusiastic ensemble singer and music lover, Andrew neglected music for a long time and is now trying to make good; picking up the piano again after a 40 year hiatus and looking for opportunities to sing.
Ava-Rose Askew has been studying musical theatre for the past 6 months at APO Arts Academy in Melbourne, she is now back in Adelaide and starting her studies in sound production for the next 6 months before moving to back to Melbourne next year to complete her studies in Musical Theatre.
She has been performing for the past four years, achieving roles including Gabriella and Sharpay from High School Musical, Alice from Alice in Wonderland, Kathy from Disco Inferno, Adella from The Little Mermaid and other amazing roles. If Ava-Rose isn't performing on stage she can be found recording and writing her own music which she has been doing from the age of 8. She's also been a part of many choirs starting from primary school with the Festival of Music where she achieved two solos in grade 5 and grade 7 first singing 'I Can Make the Difference' and then 'In this Ancient House', she went back last year to perform 'Part of Your World' as one of the assisting artists.
Ava-Rose has also been involved with The Australian Youth Choir, Vocal Jazz and her school choirs.
Benjamin is a much too tall 15 year old with a passion for theatre and lust for validation. He recently played a minor character in Les Misérables and he's played the main character in the musical 13! (He was 14 though, don't tell anyone) He can sing, he can act, he can't dance for the life of him and he's excited to entertain!
Brianna is a 17-year-old musical theatre student. She has been studying music for 6 years and has a passion for the Disneyland theatre. Her mentor is her singing teacher, Cindy Mcdonald and her inspiration is Elaine Paige and Michael Crawford. Her favourite musicals consist of The Phantom of The Opera, Wicked, CATS and Frozen. Brianna would love to pursue her passion by being a Disney princess in Tokyo, Disneyland.
Cassidy Rae Gaiter
Cassidy is an accomplished singer/songwriter, having split her time between Australia and the USA for the past 4 years. She released her debut EP in 2017 that shot to Number 1 on the iTunes country chart! Cassidy has also trained professionally at the Australian Institute of Music in Sydney graduating with a Bachelor of Music (Music Theatre). While in Sydney she was fortunate enough to perform in many theatre productions, some of her favourites include Mary Lane/ Reefer Madness, Elle Woods/ Legally Blonde, Gabriella Montez/ High School Musical and Hermia/ A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Most recently Cassidy appeared in her dream role of Sophie Sheridan in Mamma Mia! with the Met!
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).
Emilene has always loved singing from an early age. She found her love for music theatre when at the age of 11 she was cast as Ida in her primary school musical Honk! Jr. Since then Emilene began vocal tuition with Rosanne Hosking who has helped her further develop a wide range of vocal skills. Emilene was part of the G&S Society of South Australia’s 2013 and 2014 productions of Oliver! as a member of Fagin’s Gang. As a student at Concordia College she had lead roles in their productions of The Sound of Music (2014), Godspell (2015) and most notably played Tracy in their production of Hairspray (2016). Emilene played the role of Anne Egerman in the G&S Society of South Australia’s production of A Little Night Music (2018) and most recently she played the role of Bridget in Pelican Productions' production of Bring It On (2018). Emilene also enjoyed doing Pelican Productions Music Theatre Camps between the years of 2015-2018.
Emilene has taken a short break from performing due to university commitments but is excited to begin performing again when possible. She is grateful for opportunities like Broadway sessions where she gets a chance to perform!
Hannah Smith (she/her) is originally from Murray Bridge and moved to Adelaide to study technical productions and work for the Adelaide Fringe. Her passion is directing having directed 9 plays and musicals under her production company Hannah Catherine Productions. This year she aims to secure grant funding to put on Bumming with Jane by Tahli Corin as her first-ever show in Adelaide. After focusing on the tech side of the theatre for a long time Hannah enjoys every special occasion she can get singing in front of an audience.
Isabella is a young singer who is very passionate about musical theatre and performing. Some of her favourite roles include: Wendy in Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure, Dragon in Shrek JR and, upcoming, Winifred Banks in Mary Poppins.
Jack Raft is an 18 year old singer and musician from Adelaide. A lover of all sorts of music, Jack had performed extensively throughout his teens in stage musicals, school productions, professional operas, and in live music gigs around town. As a singer/songwriter, he has played with several bands, and sings in an acoustic duo with his sister Georgie. In between working and performing, Jack is looking forward to the return season of his sold out Fringe jazz cabaret show, Swinging on a Star! for the 2021 Adelaide Fringe Festival season.
Jaxon is 16 years old and is currently receiving vocal coaching from David Gauci along with being a member of the Showstoppers class with Adelaide Theatre Academy and next up on Jaxon's calendar will be his contribution to the 2021 Adelaide Festival Centre Class of Cabaret. Jaxon recently performed the role of Grantaire in Adelaide Youth Theatre's production of Les Misérables. He has also starred as Captain Hook in Adelaide Theatre Academy's 2020 Adelaide Fringe Festival production of Peter Pan, a production of 13: The Musical playing the lead role of Evan Goldman along with the Adelaide Fringe performance of Oliver! playing the role of Fagin. Jaxon found his love of music when he was 4 years old when he began lessons with Theatre Bugs, after a small break he joined Deborah Kaye Dance Studio's where he took part in theatre, hip hop and singing classes. This sparked his love for musical theatre which led him to audition for Singing in the Rain Jr. in 2017 where he was part of the ensemble. His love for theatre and singing grew and he became a singing student with Theatre Bugs and in 2018 successfully auditioned for the part of Mr Bernstein in Little Shop of Horrors.
As well as his love for theatre he has a love of scouting and took part in Adelaide Gang Show 2019 which is part of Scouts SA Performing Arts Section. Jaxon is currently a year 10 student at Gleeson College, after moving from St. Pauls. He has been a member of the cast for the St Pauls and Kildare musicals since 2016 playing a leading role in the 2018 production of Sheerluck Holmes and recently featured in Gleeson College's production of Footloose. Jaxon's favourite musician is Elton John, however, he enjoys most genres of music. His favourite Broadway musicals are The Book of Mormon, Hamilton, Falsettos and Beetlejuice. Next up on Jaxon's calendar will be his contribution to the 2021 Adelaide Festival Centre Class of Cabaret.
Kristin has always lived and breathed music, but it wasn't until 2009 that she discovered musical theatre. After accompanying her first show she thought, "Hey, this looks like fun!" and auditioned for the next show that came around. The rest, as they say, is history. She has accompanied and music directed, but she truly feels alive on the stage. Favourite roles include Smitty in How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Marie Clark Musical Theatre 2013), Inga in Young Frankenstein (Marie Clark Musical Theatre 2014), Clara in The Light In The Piazza (Davine Interventionz 2016), Cathy in The Last Five Years (Segue Productions 2017), Elizabeth/Liz/Beth in If/Then (Segue Productions 2018), and Simone in Shane Warne The Musical (Segue Productions 2020). In 2021, she will hopefully have the chance to perform with the Met as Vivienne in Legally Blonde the Musical!
Kristin music directed Heathers the Musical for Segue Productions in September 2019. She is also a founding member of the new Adelaide based theatre company Segue Productions. When she's not at rehearsals or the theatre, she teaches voice and piano, and often dances around the house singing showtunes with her awesome 5 year old.
Megan’s love for the arts began as a child, when she fell in love with musicals after playing the role of Fizzy in her school’s production of Bugsy Malone. She has performed in productions such as: The Unsinkable, Alice in Wonderland, The Producers, Pippin, Heathers and the Addams Family (as Wednesday Addams).
Mikala has performed in both Adelaide and interstate in shows such as; Heathers the Musical (Segue Productions 2019), Songs For A New World (Brisbane Academy of Musical Theatre 2017), and Fame - The Musical (Marie Clark Musical Theatre 2015). Mikala has also written and performed her own short Cabaret called Mi Goreng and Me. Mikala is a graduate of the Brisbane Academy of Musical Theatre; however, she was born and raised in Adelaide and moved back after completing her Certificate IV in Musical Theatre. Mikala regularly performs in local venues with her duo Acoustic Amigos.
Mikari Zollo Semmler
Mikari Zollo Semmler started vocal training at the age of 10 and commenced acting and dancing classes shortly after; training in Jazz, Tap, and Ballet.
Mikari has participated in many shows and productions; including musicals, solo performances, and cabarets. She has played leading roles such as Mrs. Darling in Peter Pan and ensemble roles in shows; 13 The Musical, Seussical the Musical, Pipi Long Stockings, Madagascar, Wicked, and many more. She has also been to NSW twice to compete in the Junior Theatre Celebration.
Mikari really came to love music in the Marryatville Special Music Interest Program, where she auditioned on voice as her primary instrument. Being in the Marryatville Music Program has provided Mikari with many opportunities such as learning several instruments and being involved with many co-curricular ensembles, which have consistently placed first in the Eisteddfods (Concert Choir) and Generations in Jazz (Pops Vocals). She also went on a jazz tour to America last year where she performed around New York and Los Angeles, as well as attending broadway and jazz workshops with well-renowned musicians.
Currently, Mikari is in the Class of Cabaret program working on her set which would've been featured in the 2020 Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
Millie recently completed her Year 12 studies and is very excited to be heading to WAAPA next month to study Classical Voice under the tutelage of renowned soprano, Emma Matthews. Millie's passion for performing started from a young age, growing up in the UK, where she took every opportunity to perform in school plays and sing with many different choirs. She particularly enjoyed the challenge of playing Tracy in Hairspray, as well as the challenge of getting in and out of the fat suit! On one choir tour to Italy, she also had the privilege of singing Mass at St. Peter's Basilica, Rome.
More recently, Millie has focussed her attention on developing her classical repertoire and enjoys performing pieces in French, German and Italian. However, Millie is keen to never lose sight of her musical theatre roots and hopes one day to grace the stage as the Phantom's Christine. Millie played Cosette in Scotch College's recent production of Les Misérables and also enjoys many styles of dance, particularly jazz and tap. As well as solo performance, Millie loves performing in ensembles and was delighted to be awarded a Merit for ensemble performance in the very successful, all girls' group "Scotch Six".
Nikki is a performer who’s love for the stage started at a very young age, starting with SAPPS Choir in primary school, and being part of the mass ensemble in the Grease Arena Spectacular.
In 2018 Nikki completed her training at Australian Company of Performing Arts with a Certificate IV in Dance where she trained in dance, singing and acting. She performed in two shows as part of the course, including playing Rapunzel in the pantomime Once Upon a Time, where she also discovered a love of performing for children. Nikki is continuing her studies at The University of Adelaide doing the Bachelor of Music Theatre.
Nikki made her Adelaide theatre debut as Heather Chandler in Segue Productions’ Heathers in 2019.
Polly is a member of the Adelaide Theatre Academy (ATA) Performance Troupe and is performing as 'Jane Banks' in the ATA 2021 Adelaide Fringe Festival cast of Mary Poppins. In 2020, she played 'Tigerlilly' in the Academy's Fringe production of Peter Pan. Polly has danced with Excel Dance Studio's troupe teams, and passed Jazz and Ballet exams along the way, plus won the Studios' Musical Theatre performance award in 2018. She trains in solo vocals and guitar, and sings in her school's concert choir. She was an ensemble member of The Barton Gala Concert in 2021.
Music has always been part of Ron’s life. As part of Novo Concertante Manila, an international award-winning chamber choir in the Philippines, Ron travelled to Europe and Asia performing a wide range of A Cappella music of various genres in competitions and concerts. Since moving to Adelaide in 2010, he found his passion for music theatre in both amateur and professional productions. Ron has done shows including Miss Saigon (MCMT 2011 & MMTC 2019), Bernstein Mass & Ennio Morriconne Live (ASO 2012), Forbidden Broadway (MCMT 2012), The Cross (ACTS 2013 & 2014), Chorus for Andrea Bocelli (ASO 2014), Rent (MCMT 2016), Godspell (IP & LP 2018).
Ron had a fabulous time with G&S' Kinky Boots in his first lead role as Lola in September 2019. Weeks after KB, Ron is covered up from head to toe as Sr Mary Amnesia in MBM’s production of Nunsense A-Men! Ron secretly wishes that like Hamilton, more shows and production outfits will now start to be inclusive and recognise talent over race and culture, to play roles not usually given to people of colour. In February 2016, Ron first took part in Broadway Sessions and is again thrilled to take part in this month's session.
Sammi is an enthusiastic performer who is currently rehearsing for the upcoming stage-show Mary Poppins as Mary. She has trained in performing arts for the past 6 years with Theatre Bugs and Adelaide Theatre Academy. Her first big role was in the company’s 2019 production of Oliver! in which she played the commanding role of “Nancy” when she was 13. Later that year, she portrayed the role of “Patrice” in 13 The Musical. Sammi is also an involved music student, participating in choirs, concert band and other instrumental ensembles.
Scarlet is in her final year of study for the Bachelor of Music Theatre at the Elder Con, University of Adelaide. She is a Broadway Sessions virgin and very excited to perform (finally!)
Originally from Sydney, Scarlet has always had a passion for musicals all throughout high school and was awarded the Music prize for her graduating year.
She is keen to get into the industry and add some body diversity and be the loudest woman in recorded history.
Thomas Tirrell is a passionate performing artist, having been with Theatre bugs/Adelaide Theatre Academy (ATA) for the past 5 years. He is experienced in various genres including: hip hop, tap, ballet, singing, dancing and acting and has performed regularly in Cabaret, Fringe Festivals and end of year productions. Thomas was an ensemble cast member in Harvest Rain’s The Wizard of Oz Arena Spectacular and ATA’s production of Oliver! and Peter Pan, while in 2020, he performed as Right Claw in ATA's Moana Jr. Thomas has also represented Theatre bugs on Channel 9’s The Today Show and acted in the role of Edward Hargraves, in the Gold Rush story on ABC’s Behind the News program. At 12 years old, Thomas will debut his first lead role as Michael Banks in ATA’s production of Mary Poppins the Musical. Thomas aspires to a successful career in the performing arts industry.
Trish comes from a musical family. Dad, Ted Spence, was a well-known pianist around town often playing in the Wonderland Ballroom in its heyday and with the Penny Rockets. Mum, Faye, is a life member of the Adelaide Harmony Choir and her sisters Joanne and Margot also have talents of their own with Margot still even now playing the piano beautifully and Joanne singing in the shower! Trish reckons Joanne could have had quite the career in music theatre if she wanted to!
Trish has been lucky enough to play a wide range of roles in many musicals for lots of different companies. Music teacher by day and performer by night, Trish can be found regularly performing in cabaret performances, rocking out with the Jus-Fa-Fun band and in local music theatre....and she’s looking forward to things returning to normal soon!
She is also an accomplished director and musical director. Favourite stage roles have included Maria (The Sound of Music), The Witch (Into the Woods), Mrs Lovett (Sweeney Todd), Marmee (Little Women), Annie Oakley (Annie Get Your Gun), Dolly Levi (Hello Dolly) and Donna Sheridan (Mamma Mia) to name a few. Even though Trish loves the stage, it’s the friends she has made on stage, in the pit, backstage and in the audience that mean the most.
Zak is currently in his third year at the Victorian College of the Arts studying a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Music Theatre). He has been passionate about theatre for as long as he can remember, undertaking both on and offstage roles for a variety of productions. He has completed a Certificate IV in Commercial Dance at Gravity Dance, specialising in tap, hip hop, jazz, contemporary, ballroom and ballet.
Zak’s choreography credits include Singin’ in the Rain JR (2017, TB Arts, Fringe Festival), A Peter Combe Extravaganza! (2017, Something on Saturday) and A Night on Broadway (2014, Glenunga High School). Zak made his professional debut with State Opera of South Australia’s production of Hansel and Gretel. Since then, he has played many memorable roles such as Boq in Wicked the Musical (2016, Matt Byrne Media), Mary Sunshine in Chicago (2017, Emma Knights Productions), The Tinman in The Wiz (2013, GIHS), Danny in Grease (2014, GIHS), Bert in Mary Poppins (2014, GIHS) and also appeared as a featured dancer in Thoroughly Modern Millie (2016, G&S Society of SA).
An avid performer, he has entertained at many events around Adelaide, such as the Adelaide Fringe Festival, the Royal Adelaide Show and Adelaide's Clipsal 500, as well as at private functions, weddings and parties. Zak also works as an entertainer for Nickelodeon and Showtime Attractions and has performed in many children’s shows with them.
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.
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!
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.