We’re Little Triangle

Founded by Rose McClelland and Alexander Andrews, we are an independent theatre company that has been creating and presenting underperformed musicals and original cabarets since 2017. Our productions challenge both audiences and performers, and all at an affordable price point. Our debut production of Sunday in the Park with George received critical acclaim and established us as a major player in Sydney’s indie theatre scene. Since then, we have produced a dynamic range of works that celebrate diverse perspectives and experiences, with the commitment to producing high-quality theatre that challenges and inspires. Through our productions, Little Triangle continues to push the boundaries of the theatrical landscape, offering a unique and unforgettable theatre experience.


Rose is a multifaceted professional with a passion for both marketing and theatre production. As a former President of MUSE at the University of Sydney, she gained valuable experience in managing and producing theatre shows. After graduation, Rose joined entertainment agency ACMN, where she worked on marketing campaigns for Australian and New Zealand tours of iconic brands, including The Book of Mormon and Come From Away. She is currently the Digital Marketing Manager at Australia’s leading Out of Home company, oOh!media. Outside of work, Rose also showcases her musical talent as an alto in The Spare Keys a cappella group, and appeared in Packemin Productions’ Les Mis√©rables.


Alexander is an accomplished queer theatremaker and educator with over a decade of experience in the industry. As a co-founder of Little Triangle, he has directed more than ten critically acclaimed musicals and cabarets, as well as operas and plays for renowned organisations like Gondwana Choirs. As a director, Alexander is passionate about raising diverse voices and perspectives in the arts. He believes in the power of storytelling to create empathy and understanding, and strives to bring underrepresented voices to the forefront of his productions. Currently, he serves as the Learning and Engagement Specialist at Monkey Baa Theatre Company and an Academic Lecturer at the Australian Institution of Music, sharing his deep passion for the arts with young people.

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