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INTO THE WOODS

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INTO THE
WOODS

  • 18 MAR – 30 APR 23 Upstairs Theatre
  • 2 hours & 50 minutes (incl. 20 minute interval)
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INTO THE
WOODS

Season Extended!

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by James Lapine

Originally directed on Broadway by James Lapine

Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick

Licensed exclusively by Music Theatre International (Australasia)

Directed by Eamon Flack
Belvoir Orchestrations by Guy Simpson

  • Venue Upstairs Theatre
  • Dates 18 MAR – 30 APR 23
  • Duration 2 hours & 50 minutes (incl. 20 minute interval)
  • Content warning

    Into the Woods includes mature themes, simulated acts of violence and includes the use of strobe lighting, herbal cigarettes, haze, loud noises and a complete blackout.

    Should you wish to speak to speak to a member of staff regarding running times, content warnings or any other show related queries, our box office can be contacted on 02 9699 3444.

  • Co-Produced by
  • Supported by
    • Chair’s Circle
  • Instruments generously supplied by

A brand new production of the classic musical.

In the thirty-five years since its premiere, Into the Woods has become a classic – brilliantly original, dark, funny, absorbing and utterly entertaining.

It begins, of course, with “Once upon a time…” By the end of the opening number not one but six fairytale plots have intertwined, as Cinderella, the Baker and his Wife, Little Red Riding Hood and Jack of beanstalk fame all head into the woods in search of love, happiness, wisdom. Three midnights of brilliant plot twists later they all end up singing “Happy ever after”. Except this is only the interval…

We all want our wishes fulfilled, but are we prepared to pay the price?

Why now? Because this is the truest and happiest thing I can think of to offer audiences in 2023. I’ve directed Angels in America and The Glass Menagerie at Belvoir and I like to think of Into the Woods as the third in a loose trilogy of masterpieces by the three great gay dramatists of American theatre. It’s about story and storytelling, about how we live for each other. It’s both light and dark, the plotting is as joyful as Shakespeare’s, and the music is sublime. Best of all, seeing this at Belvoir means being in the same room as performers like Esther Hannaford and Tamsin Carroll. Don’t miss it. – Eamon

Original Broadway Production by
Heidi Landesman, Rocco Landesman, Rick Steiner,
M. Anthony Fisher, Frederic H. Mayerson, Jujamcyn Theaters
Originally produced by the Old Globe Theater, San Diego, CA

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TEAM

  • Stephen Sondheim
    Music and Lyrics
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    Stephen Sondheim wrote the music and lyrics for Saturday Night (1954), A Funny Thing Happened On The Way to the Forum (1962), Anyone Can Whistle (1964), Company (1970), Follies (1971), A Little Night Music (1973), The Frogs (1974), Pacific Overtures (1976), Sweeney Todd (1979), Merrily We Roll Along (1981), Sunday In The Park With George […]

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  • James Lapine
    Book
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    James Lapine is a playwright and director. On Broadway he has worked with Stephen Sondheim on Sunday in the Park with George; Into the Woods; and Passion. He also conceived and directed the musical review Sondheim on Sondheim. With William Finn he created Falsettos recently revived by Lincoln Center Theater; Little Miss Sunshine; Muscle; and directed Finn’s The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Other […]

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  • Eamon Flack
    Director
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    Eamon Flack is the Artistic Director of Belvoir St Theatre in Sydney. He is a director, writer, dramaturg and script developer for stage and screen.  Eamon was born in Singapore and grew up in Singapore, Darwin, Cootamundra and Brisbane. He has a BA (English and History) from the University of Queensland, and trained as an actor […]

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  • Guy Simpson
    Orchestrations & Musical Supervisor
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    Guy Simpson has been working as a Conductor, Orchestrator, Musical Director and Musical Supervisor for over 40 years. He is currently Musical Supervisor and Orchestrator of a new production of Into The Woods at Belvoir St Theatre and is preparing for this year’s musical (to be announced soon) at Opera Australia. Last year he conducted […]

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  • Cast

  • Marty Alix
    JACK & STEWARD
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    Marty Alix trained at the Victorian College of the Arts, graduating with a BFA in Music Theatre. They made their professional stage debut at the Hayes Theatre Company in 2018 for their production of In The Heights (Blue Saint Productions), going on to perform in other productions across the country including; Bring It On (David […]

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  • Stefanie Caccamo
    RAPUNZEL, FLORINDA & GRANNY
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    Stefanie graduated in 2016 from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) with a Bachelor of Music Theatre. This is her Belvoir Debut. Theatre credits include Oklahoma!, Once the Musical (Black Swan State Theatre Company); Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (Michael Cassel Group); Once the Musical (Darlinghurst Theatre Company); Hair the Musical 50th Anniversary […]

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  • Peter Carroll
    Mysterious Man, Narrator & Cinderella’s Father
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    Peter’s distinguished career has spanned over 90 productions. He continues to work in musical theatre, new Australian texts and the classics. For Belvoir, Peter has appeared in The Cherry Orchard, Life of Galileo, An Enemy of The People, Mark Colvin’s Kidney, Twelfth Night, The Great Fire, Seventeen, A Christmas Carol, Oedipus Rex, Old Man, The […]

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  • Tamsin Carroll
    WITCH
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    Tamsin Carroll is a prolific theatre actor who was involved in Belvoir’s production of Three Penny Opera. Tamsin holds the record as one of the youngest people to join the Melbourne Theatre Company ensemble, doing so at only 18 for her role as ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ in the acclaimed Sondheim musical Into The Woods. […]

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  • Andrew Coshan
    RAPUNZEL’S PRINCE & LUCINDA
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    NZ born Andrew Coshan graduated from the Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in 2018, and has since worked professionally on both sides of the Tasman. His theatre credits include A View From The Bridge (MTC); Hamlet (Australian Shakespeare Company); Punk Rock (Fortune Theatre). For Musical Theatre A Christmas Carol (GWB Entertainment); The Phantom Of […]

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  • Lena Cruz
    JACK’S MOTHER
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    Lena was previously in Belvoir St Theatre’s production of Mother Courage and Her Children. Other Theatre credits include Playing Beatie Bow, The Wharf Revue (Sydney Theatre Company); Singin’ in the Rain (Prospero Arts and QPAC); Noli Me Tangere (Riverside Theatres); Priscilla Queen of the Desert: The Musical (Michael Cassel Group); Macbeth (Bell Shakespeare); Thai-Riffic (Theatre […]

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  • Tim Draxl
    CINDERELLA’S PRINCE & WOLF
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    Tim Draxl is an actor and singer with a career spanning over two decades. Tim has previously performed on the Belvoir stage in A Midsummer Night’s Dream directed by Benedict Andrews. More recently Tim was seen in the role of Steve Healy in the first overseas tour of Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pill. Other theatre […]

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  • Esther Hannaford
    BAKER’S WIFE
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    Esther’s recent theatre credits include Mr. Burns (Belvoir); 50th Anniversary Tour of Tapestry (Live Nation); Cosi (Melbourne & Sydney Theatre Company); Twelfth Night (Melbourne Theatre Company) Beautiful: Carole King the Musical (Michael Cassel Group); Little Shop of Horrors (Tinderbox Productions); The Last Man Standing (Melbourne Theatre Company); Miracle City (Hayes); King Kong (Global Creatures); Hairspray […]

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  • Simon Holt
    Piano 1
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    Simon is one of Australia’s most renowned Musical Directors with a wealth of international experience within the Musical Theatre Industry. Recent credits include Musical Director for Into The Woods with Belvoir St Theatre, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella with Opera Australia and the China Tour of Evita. Simon also held the title of Associate Musical Director […]

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  • Shubshri Kandiah
    CINDERELLA
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    Shubshri is excited to once again be working with Belvoir, having previously done so playing the role of Brianna in Belvoir’s national tour of Fangirls. Having launched her professional career with the role of Princess Jasmine in the national and international tour of Disney’s Aladdin, Shubshri’s most recent theatrical credits include Ella in Rodgers and […]

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  • Mo Lovegrove
    LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD
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    Sydney based performer Mo first watched Into the Woods at 4 years old and has loved the show and the character of Little Red ever since. In 2022 they made their professional debut playing Jo in Jagged Little Pill (GWB Productions), taking over the role during the end of the show’s run. Mo was invited […]

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  • Ava Madon
    CINDERELLA ALTERNATE
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    Ava is a graduate of Lasalle College of the Arts in Singapore. She was most recently seen playing Kate Mullins in Titanic the Musical: In Concert. Her other recent stage credits include Macbeth and Othello (Sport for Jove), Bells Are Ringing (Neglected Musicals), Cinderella in Into the Woods (Watch This), and KT/Meg in Merrily We […]

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  • Anne-Maree McDonald
    STEPMOTHER & Piano 2
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    Anne-Maree McDonald’s career began when, as a teenager singer songwriter, she performed at the piano on numerous variety television shows – Don Lane, Ernie Sigley, Mike Walsh, Ted Hamilton, Ray Martin. Anne-Maree left the pop world and went to Victorian College Of The Arts to study opera, before joining The Australian Operain 1980,as a very […]

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  • Marney McQueen
    The voice of Cinderella’s Mother
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    Marney McQueen has created a name for herself as one of Australia’s most versatile performers. A graduate of NIDA’s three year acting degree, she has applied her chameleon like abilities in many dramatic and comedic roles on film; The Mule, Last Man Standing, Neighbours and the stages of STC and MTC. As her comedic cabaret character Rosa Waxoffski the Celebrity Bikini Waxer, Marney has […]

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  • Pamela Rabe
    The voice of Giant
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    Pamela is one of Australia’s most prolific and highly awarded actors. For her work in theatre and musicals, amongst numerous nominations, she has been awarded 3 Helpmann Awards for Best Actress for The Children, The Glass Menagerie and Grey Gardens, 8 Melbourne Green Room Awards, a Sydney Critics’ Circle Award and a “Mo” Award. Other […]

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  • Justin Smith
    BAKER
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    Justin has starred in numerous stage productions. Most recently Dubbo Championship Wrestling at Hayes Theatre, and Wudjang Not The Past for Bangarra. Other theatre credits include as Billy’s Dad Jackie Elliot in Billy Elliot The Musical, Small Mouth Sounds for Darlinghurst Theatre Company, Jesus Wants Me For A Sunbeam at the National Theatre of Parramatta, […]

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  • William Zappa
    Mysterious Man, Narrator & Cinderella’s Father alternate
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    William Zappa has built a solid reputation as an outstanding actor, last appearing for Belvoir in The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? also for the State Theatre Company of South Australia. Other theatre credits include Why? The Musical (Artists in Motion for Dubai Expo); Saint Joan, Arms and the Man, Loot, Honour, Travesties, Old Times, […]

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  • Covers

  • Stefanie Caccamo
    BAKERS WIFE, WITCH, JACK’S MOTHER
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    Stefanie graduated in 2016 from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) with a Bachelor of Music Theatre. This is her Belvoir Debut. Theatre credits include Oklahoma!, Once the Musical (Black Swan State Theatre Company); Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (Michael Cassel Group); Once the Musical (Darlinghurst Theatre Company); Hair the Musical 50th Anniversary […]

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  • Andrew Coshan
    CINDERELLA’S PRINCE & WOLF
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    NZ born Andrew Coshan graduated from the Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in 2018, and has since worked professionally on both sides of the Tasman. His theatre credits include A View From The Bridge (MTC); Hamlet (Australian Shakespeare Company); Punk Rock (Fortune Theatre). For Musical Theatre A Christmas Carol (GWB Entertainment); The Phantom Of […]

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  • David Gardos
    Piano
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    This is David’s debut with Belvoir. Credits include Broadway: Chaplin; Big Fish; Side Show; Finding Neverland; Falsettos; Hamilton. NY/Regional USA: Kiss My Aztec! (Berkeley Repertory Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, Hartford Stage); Darling Grenadine (Roundabout Underground NY, Goodspeed Theatre); My Paris (Long Wharf Theatre, Goodspeed Theatre); Radio City Christmas Spectacular; Ever After (Papermill Playhouse); In The Heights (1st National Tour).

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  • Marney McQueen
    Stepmother
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    Marney McQueen has created a name for herself as one of Australia’s most versatile performers. A graduate of NIDA’s three year acting degree, she has applied her chameleon like abilities in many dramatic and comedic roles on film; The Mule, Last Man Standing, Neighbours and the stages of STC and MTC. As her comedic cabaret character Rosa Waxoffski the Celebrity Bikini Waxer, Marney has […]

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  • Damon Wade
    Piano
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    Damon is an accomplished singer, actor, multi-instrumentalist and Musical Director. He holds an A.Mus.A. in Piano, Bachelor of Music (Music Theatre), and a Master of Teaching (Secondary) in Music Education. Most recently, Damon was received a Sydney Theatre Award nomination for Best Musical Direction for Nice Work If You Can Get It at the Hayes […]

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  • Offstage Swings

  • Ava Madon
    Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Rapunzel, Florinda & Granny
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    Ava is a graduate of Lasalle College of the Arts in Singapore. She was most recently seen playing Kate Mullins in Titanic the Musical: In Concert. Her other recent stage credits include Macbeth and Othello (Sport for Jove), Bells Are Ringing (Neglected Musicals), Cinderella in Into the Woods (Watch This), and KT/Meg in Merrily We […]

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  • Rob Mallett
    Baker, Jack, Steward, Rapunzel’s Prince & Lucinda
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    Tasmanian born Rob Mallett graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in 2012 with a BA in Music Theatre. During his last year at WAAPA Rob appeared in a docudrama for the BBC, Desert Rats and a telemovie for ABC 1, The Accidental Soldier.  On graduating, Rob appeared in a guest role on the TV […]

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  • Creatives

  • Simon Holt
    Music Director
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    Simon is one of Australia’s most renowned Musical Directors with a wealth of international experience within the Musical Theatre Industry. Recent credits include Musical Director for Into The Woods with Belvoir St Theatre, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella with Opera Australia and the China Tour of Evita. Simon also held the title of Associate Musical Director […]

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  • Sally Dashwood
    Choreographer
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    Sally Dashwood is a choreographer, performer, director of Australian tap dance company Girls On Tap, stupidly proud mum of Ivy and Sia and co-director of Well Done Creative alongside her husband Tim. Sally’s recent choreography includes Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Godspell for Hayes Theatre Co., Sydney Theatre Company’s Hubris and Humiliation, Sydney Theatre Award winning […]

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  • Michael Hankin
    Set Designer*
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    Michael is a NIDA trained Set and Costume Designer for theatre, dance, opera and film. His credits for Belvoir include Hir, Ghosts, Mark Colvin’s Kidney, The Sugar House, Jasper Jones, My Urrwai, The Great Fire, Ivanov and The Glass Menagerie, Twelfth Night, The Dark Room, A Christmas Carol, Angels in America, The Boomkak Panto and Rep Season.  Michael’s other theatre credits include designs for Ireland’s entry to Eurovison; Bourgeois and Maurice’s musical Insane Animals (Manchester’s Home Theatre, UK);  Memorial (Barbican Centre/Adelaide Festival/Brisbane Festival/Brink […]

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  • Micka Agosta
    Costume Designer*
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    Micka is a NIDA trained Set and Costume Designer for stage, film and TV based in London.  His Belvoir credits include Costume Designer for Tommy Murphy’s Holding The Man and set and costume designer for Kate Mulvany’s The Seed (for both B Sharp and Belvoir’s mainstage production). Other Threatre credits include The Man With the September Face (Arts Centre, Melbourne), Holding […]

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  • Damien Cooper
    Lighting Designer
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    Damien designs lighting for Dance, Theatre, Opera and Film.  Designs for Belvoir include Into the Woods, Light Shining In Buckinghamshire, Wayside Bride, Things I Know To Be True, Counting and Cracking, Mark Colvin’s Kidney, The Dog/The Cat, Radiance, The Glass Menagerie, Coranderrk, Miss Julie, Stories I Want to Tell You in Person, Cat on a Hot Tin […]

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  • David Bergman
    Sound Designer
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    David is a video, music and sound designer for theatre, dance, opera, installation, and film. Theatre credits include: composer and sound designer for Scenes from the Climate Era, sound designer for Into the Woods, video designer for Blue, co-sound designer for Packer and Sons (Belvoir); video designer for Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mr […]

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  • Laura Farrell
    Vocal Coach
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    Laura Farrell (she/her) is a Voice and Dialect Coach living and working on Gadigal land. She holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Voice from NIDA; a Post Graduate Diploma in Voice from the Victorian College of the Arts; and a Bachelor of Music Theatre from the Victorian College of the Arts. A current lecturer […]

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  • Nigel Poulton
    Intimacy & Fight Director
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    Nigel is an award-winning movement director, fight and intimacy coordinator, SAG-AFTRA/MEAA stunt performer and actor, with over 25 years of professional experience. Selected theatre credits include: for Belvoir St Theatre, The Master and Margarita, Miss Peony, Packer and Sons, Things I Know To Be True, Stop Girl, Blessed Union, At What Cost?, The Jungle and […]

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  • Tim Dashwood
    Associate Fight Director
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    Belvoir: The Life of Galileo. Other Theatre: Sydney Theatre Company:Julius Caesar, Death of a Salesman, No Pay? No Way!, Lord of the Flies. Opera Australia: Whiteley, West Side Story on Sydney Harbour, Krol Roger, Faust. shake & stir theatre co.: Fantastic Mr Fox, Jane Eyre, George’s Marvellous Medicine. New Theatre: The Removalists. Outhouse Theatre Co: […]

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  • Jasmine Rizk
    Lighting Associate
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    Jasmine is an accomplished Sydney-based theatrical lighting designer and programmer, working with both the professional and independent theatre community. Jasmine is part of Belvoir’s ongoing Co Curious associates program. As Lighting Designer: ATYP – Mrock; Concertworks – Jekyll and Hyde 25th Anniversary Concerts; Kings of the Keys Tour; So Popera Production -Priscilla, Chicago, Jersey Boys; […]

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  • Carissa Licciardello
    Associate Director
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    Carissa Licciardello is a Resident Director at Belvoir. She was previously an Artistic Associate for the company and its inaugural Andrew Cameron Fellow. She graduated from NIDA’s Directing course in 2017. Her credits include: for Belvoir – as Director/Co-Adaptor, A Room of One’s Own; as Associate Director, Fangirls 2019; as Assistant Director, Counting & Cracking; Ghosts. For Sydney Theatre Company, as […]

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  • Stevie Bryant
    Observing Director
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    Stevie Bryant is a director, writer, arts educator and the Education Manager at Belvoir. She is passionate about accessible art for young people, particularly in connecting Western Sydney youth to professional theatre and theatre-making practices. They are especially interested in contemporary musical theatre and musicals which speak to inclusivity and social-change. Her credits include: Smile, […]

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  • Sally Withnell
    Production Manager
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    Sally is a Dublin-based Production and Events Manager. She has worked under her own Production Management company Withnell & I and has previously been Production Manager for Carriageworks, Sydney Theatre Company, The Abbey Theatre (Ireland’s national theatre) and is a former Head of Production for Belvoir. Sally has toured productions to the United States, Continental […]

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  • Ella Griffin
    Stage Manager
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    Ella is a Sydney-based Stage Manager and graduate of the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Technical Theatre & Stage Management) at NIDA. As Stage Manager, her credits include: for Belvoir: FANGIRLS (Sydney Opera House season), for Performance Space: Set Piece (Sydney Festival & RISING 2022), for Darklab: Winter Feast (Dark Mofo 2022), for Griffin Theatre Company: […]

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  • Nathan Sandy
    Assistant Stage Manager
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    Sandy’s love for theatre began at an early age when he experienced his first musical and watched the Sydney 2000 Opening Ceremony. It was these two experiences that changed his life. His passion and interest to explore the world behind the curtain started to grow. Wanting to learn more, he studied a Bachelor of fine […]

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  • Claire Miller
    Assistant Stage Manager
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    Belvoir Credits: Assistant Stage Manager/Props “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” with Simone Young, Stage Management Support Swing “FANGIRLS” 2022 Sydney Opera House season.  Other Recent Theatre Credits: Production Assistant and Dresser “Disney 100: The Concert” with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra (MMCreative), Dresser/Swing and Rehearsal COVID-19 Safety Officer “Moulin Rouge! The Musical” Australian Tour: Melbourne and Sydney […]

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  • India Lively
    NIDA Stage Management Secondment
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    India (she/her) is excited to be back at Belvoir after completing a Stage Management placement on Into the Woods last year. She has just finished her final year at NIDA completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Technical Theatre and Stage Management. Some of her credits while studying include The Coronation of Poppea directed by […]

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  • Lisa Campbell
    Consulting Producer (Hayes)
  • Michelle Guthrie
    Consulting Producer (Hayes)
  • Emily David
    Producer
  • Zainab Syed
    Producer
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    Zainab Syed is the Director of International at Creative Australia, leading the organizations’international engagement strategy for the arts. Originally from Pakistan, Zainab has lived, studied and worked across Romania, Yemen,England, Wales, US and Australia. Her practice sits at the intersection of social justice and liveperformance. After graduating from Brown University, USA, she toured across the […]

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  • Keerthi Subramanyam
    Props Supervisor
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    Keerthi is a Sydney based set and costume designer for live performance and film. Keerthi is a National Institute of Dramatic Art, BFA (Design for Performance, 2019) graduate, and a member of the Australian Production Design Guild. Keerthi has designed set and costumes for Darlinghurst Theatre Company’s Seven Methods of Killing Kylie Jenner, Chewing Gum […]

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  • Belinda Crawford
    Costume Supervisor
  • Gayda de Mesa
    FOH Technician
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    Gayda de Mesa graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) with a Bachelor of Dramatic Art (Production). She has spent her career in technical production working in theatre and live events. She is currently the Senior Venue Technician for Belvoir St. Theatre. Her recent productions as Sound Engineer include She Loves Me (Hayes […]

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  • Joel Trotter
    Systems Engineer
  • Matthew James
    Microphone Technician
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    Matty James is a Sydney based sound designer, engineer and composer practicing and creating on Gadigal land. Matty is an Alumni from the Australian Institute of Music, a trained recording engineer and lover of heavy vintage synths. A familiar face in the Belvoir family, Matty has mixed a range of shows for the company and […]

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  • Production Thanks
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    SALLY WITHNELL Production Manager ELLA GRIFFIN Stage Manager NATHAN SANDY Assistant Stage Manager CLAIRE MILLER Assistant Stage Manager BROOKE KISS Stage Management Support BELINDA CRAWFORD Costume Supervisor HARRY CLEGG Head Electrician GAYDA DE MESA Front of House Engineer MATTY JAMES Radio Mic Technician NICK EYNAUD Wig, Hair and Makeup Design VALERIE MOTELB Costume Maintenance GARNETT […]

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    Michael Hankin and Micka Agosta have co-designed

    three costume-props: The Horse, Rapunzel’s tower and

    The Wolf disguised as Granny.

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