Georgina made her professional main-stage debut in 2016 as coloratura soprano Eileen Sherwood in the Bernstein musical Wonderful Town, at the Sydney Opera House. Prior to this, she appeared in the guest role of Iris Quinn in season 4 of The Doctor Blake Mysteries for ABC network. Georgie studied a diploma of music theatre at NIDA before completing a bachelor degree in music theatre performance at WAAPA. Training highlights at WAAPA include leading lady Rosemary Pilkington in How To Succeed in Business Without Really Tryingand Young Violet in Violet. Georgina is currently appearing in the original cast of corporate act The A-Sisters for Mark Bradley International.
Owen Elsley is a Sydney based singer, actor, pianist and award winning composer who completed his Bachelor of Science (Advanced) with First Class Honours at the University of Sydney in 2014.
Recent stage credits include the roles of Bobby in Company (Sydney University Musical Theatre Society), Henrik in A Little Night Music (MUSE), Anthony in Sweeney Todd (Sydney University Intercollegiate Musical Theatre Society), Michal in The Pillowman (SPC Mummers) and Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest (SPC Mummers), Chamberlain in Cupid and Death (Pearl and Dagger Company),Narrator in The Raven (P&D Co) andensemble in Pinchgut Opera’s productions of Iphigénie en Tauride and Theodora. As well as performing, Owen has been director and musical director for numerous shows, including Under Milkwood for the 2016 Sydney Fringe Festival and has been a Co-Producer and Musical Director for Victoriana! for the last two years.
Owen’s vocal credits include being a chorister with the Choir of St James’ Church, King Street, a co-director and founding vocalist of Sydney Antiphony and a Young Artist and Guest Vocalist with the Song Company. Owen’s compositions have been widely performed, including a commission for a work to be premiered in the Opera House by the Vienna Boys Choir and the Gondwana Indigenous Children’s Choir in October.
Jack is a Sydney based actor and singer who completed a Diploma of Musical Theatre at NIDA in 2015 and is currently completing a Bachelor of Arts (Performance Studies) at the University of Sydney. Prior to his studies he appeared as The Beast in Beauty and the Beast, and Pontius Pilate in Jesus Christ Superstar (both WHSPA), Paul in Company, The Wolf/Cinderella’s Prince in Into the Woods, Billy Bigelow in Carousel, and Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera (all Arcadians), and starred as Raoul in the Sydney Amateur Premiere of The Phantom of the Opera (MMS). Since graduating he has starred as Lt. Frank Chioffi in the successful production of Curtains at the Seymour Centre (MUSE) winning a Broadway World Award for Best Actor in a Musical, and as Prince Eric in The Little Mermaid at the Lendlease Theatre in Darling Harbour (CTG). Some of his other credits include: Backing Vocalist for Adele-Live (2017), Grand Finalist for the play A Dog Dreams in Short and Sweet(2017), Justin Finch in the feature film Fragmentary (Bendy Spoon Productions), and recently recorded a jingle for the new ABC iView series Too Pretty to Be Witty. He is exceptionally excited to be a part of Little Triangle’s debut production of Sunday in the Park with George.
Originally from Perth where she completed her certificate in Musical Theatre at WAAPA, Victoria is a strong triple threat performer who moved to Brisbane and graduated from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Griffith University in December 2016 with a Bachelor in Musical Theatre. Now based in Sydney- Victoria is trained in jazz, tap and ballet and has a strong mix belt singing voice. She has worked in corporate performances at the Crown Casino, Perth as a singer/dancer and showgirl, a children's entertainer for The Entertainment Store, and before studying she appeared in many amateur and semi professional musicals and plays. During her time at the Con she has performed in featured roles in shows such as The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas, Rent, A Chorus Line and Our Country's Good. Her most recent credit is performing as a featured tap dancer in Opera Queensland's production Kiss Me Kate. Victoria will be performing in Sunday in The Park With George as part of Sydney Fringe 2017.
SIMON WARD trained at the Royal Academy of Music in musical theatre, and with the Actors Centre Australia, RADA, NIDA and Improcorp. He has a Licentiate from the RAM in music teaching and an LTCL in musical theatre performance. Simon has appeared in Little Women, On The Town, The River, The Stationmaster (all London), Sweeney Todd (NewTheatre), Rumors (HMDS), in Oliver & The Wizard of Oz (both with Packemin Productions). Also in Madama Butterfly, The Marriage of Figaro, Die Fledermaus and Noel, Cole & Gertie with OperaBites, also Trial by Jury (Sydney Festival), and Sydney Comedy Festival (NIDA). Simon has worked extensively in cabaret; Everything’s Coming Up Visas (London), Notes from Noel (West End, Canberra, Sydney), Bothered and Bewildered, Simon Says!, Is that how you're going to do it? (Sydney Fringe Festival – all at the Seymour Centre). Simon also enjoys teaching, is a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts and is a proud member of the MEAA, and Equity UK. He is thrilled to be part of Sunday in the Park with George.
Kelly is a Sydney based singer and actor currently completing a Bachelor of Music (Music Theatre) at the Australian Institute of Music. In her time at AIM, Kelly played The Bakers Wife in Into The Woods (Tyran Parke), Sandra in The Boys, and Adriana in The Comedy of Errors. She has also featured in The Best Little Whorehouse inTexas (Squabbalogic) and Tracy in Hairspray (SYMT). Kelly is also a trained dancer in Jazz, Contemporary, Tap and Hip-hop. She is a classically trained vocalist, with music theatre being her true passion. Prior to AIM, Kelly studied a B. Education, and now loves incorporating music into her teaching.
Kelly is very excited to be a part of Sunday in the Park with George with Little Triangle, and delve into another Sondheim classic!
Jordan Warren is a Sydney born actor completing her Bachelor of Fine Arts (Music Theatre) in Melbourne at The Victorian College of Arts (VCA). Prior to beginning her studies in Victoria, Jordan completed her Certificate IV in Music Theatre at The Actors College of Theatre and Television in Sydney. During her time at the VCA Jordan played the role of Hope Cladwell in Urinetown (dir. Alister Smith), was a soloist in the ‘Grateful’ Concert (dir. John Bucchino), a member of the ensemble in the Showbites Project: The Wild Party (dir. Scott Johnson), Li’l Abner (dir. Martin Croft) and Ethel in 42nd Street (dir. Gary Young). Since graduating Jordan has worked with the Australian Children’s group Hi-5. She is thrilled to be joining the Little Triangle cast of Sunday In The Park With George as part of the Sydney Fringe Festival.
Erin is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Music completing a Bachelor of Music in Musical Theatre. She has been an active member of many theatre groups throughout her life. Some of the highlights include ‘Annas’ Jesus Christ Super Star (Blue Mountains Musical Society) ‘The Witch’ Into the Woods (Blackout Theatre Co.) ‘Billie’ Our House (Genesian theatre) ‘Saraghina’ NINE (AIM) and ‘Ensemble’ Sweeney Todd (New Theatre) ‘Tribe’ HAIR (Exclaim Theatre Company) Erin has also been involved with many other productions and cabaret events. She is excited to be ticking off another Sondheim show!
Her previous roles include Lady Thiang in The King & I (RMS); Mother Abbess in The Sound of Music (CMS); Katisha in TheMikado (FAMS); Stepmother in Into The Woods (CMS); Mrs Corry in Mary Poppins (WTC); Venus in Orpheus In the Underworld (ROC); The Confidant in Phantom of The Opera (WTC) & Factory B*tch in Les Miserables (WTC).
As a lyric soprano, Tisha is under the tutelage of Stephen Yalouris and has performed as featured soloist in concerts for Willoughby Symphony Choir, Jubilate Singers, Chatswood Musical Society as well as various corporate & community events. She is also founding member of vocal quartet CollaVoce.
When not performing, Tisha applies her other passions of business and psychology as a Commercial Director in Gartner's Talent Assesment business. Tisha is thrilled to be part of Little Triangle's inaugural production of one her favourite musicals ever!
Katelin Koprivec is a Sydney based actor, writer and musician. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Music (Music Theatre) at The Australian Institute of Music. During her studies she played The Witch in another Sondheim masterpiece, Into the Woods (Dir. Tyran Parke). Other notable performances at AIM included Emilia in A Comedy of Errors (Dir. Valerie Bader) and Cherry in Cosi (Dir. Terry Bader). She has also been involved in shows such as Godspell as Peggy, Beauty and the Beast as Belle, Hairspray, The Addams Family, and in the cast for Squabbalogic’s Mystery Musical #3: The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.
Katelin is also a featured backing vocalist in Delta Goodrem’s music video for her single ‘Enough” ft. Gizzle. Along with performing with Delta live on The Voice and The Footy Show in 2016, she continues to explore her love for all genres of music with a passion for writing and teaching. Katelin is beyond thrilled to be joining the Little Triangle cast of Sunday in the Park with George for the Sydney Fringe Festival.
Richard is an AIM graduate who was most recently seen originating the role of the Knight in Pinwheel Productions’ The Tale of Ichabod Scrubb. Other theatre credits include Squabbalogic’s Man of La Mancha (Anselmo/guitarist), The Drowsy Chaperone (Gangster), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (President Monroe and others), and Hello, Dolly! (Rudolph Reisenweber), Exclaim Theatre Company’s The Fantasticks (El Gallo) and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Mitch Mahoney), Birdie Productions’ Keating! the Musical (Gareth Evans), Lazarus Theatre’s I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (various roles), and Neglected Musicals’ On the Twentieth Century (soloist). His cabaret, Cycology: Inside the Mind of Cy Coleman premiered at last year’s Sydney Fringe Festival.
Richard’s vocal and guitar work can be heard on Squabbalogic’s Man of La Mancha cast album (available at www.squabbalogic.com.au), and on Pinwheel Productions’ original cast recording of The Tale of Ichabod Scrubb (available on iTunes and Spotify)
Caitlin Rose Harris
Caitlin has played a wide variety of roles including Christine Daae (Phantom of the Opera), Kim (Bye Bye Birdie), Reno Sweeney (Anything Goes), Lucy (You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown), Natalie/Ed (All Shook Up), Georgia (Curtains) and The Cat (Seussical), and most recently Thea in the Australian Theatre for Young People’s acclaimed, award winning production of Spring Awakening. She has completed AMEB studies to Grade 8 in Classical Voice, has trained in dance (tap, jazz and ballet) since the age of three, and the Music Theatre Studio at NIDA under the tutelage of Mitchell Butel. She is currently working on the Australian premiere of (Sorta) Love Songs which will be performed at the Seymour Centre. Caitlin is thrilled to be given the opportunity to work on such a fantastic Sondheim show, and with such a brilliant cast and creative team.
Finally back on stage after two years, Harry is thrilled to be working with the Little Triangle team again. At university, he continued to develop his love of theatre and skills performing with UTS Backstage and the University of Sydney Musical Theatre Ensemble (MUSE). Previous productions include A Little Night Music; 110 in the Shade; Anything Goes; You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown; Oliver!; Shout!; Atheists’ Guide to the Galaxy; and Pirates of Penzance. He looks forward to being part of this wonderful show and cast.
Sophia Barnard is the youngest member of the cast at just 12, but is an enthusiastic all-round performer. Sophia was the 2016 Disney Under The Stars NSW Singing Competition winner who performed in the production at the Opera House, was in Packemin’s recent production of Cats earlier this year and has held Principal roles in AIPA’s Aladdin Jnr as Jasmine, and Chatswood Musical Society’s production of The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe as Lucy. Sophia trains at Brent Street where she learns singing, musical theatre, all forms of dance and acting and was named the 2016 Brent Street Singer of the Year. Sophia is excited to be part of Sunday In The Park With George playing the role of Louise, and looks forward to an awesome show!
An aspiring journalist, Nic is currently studying a Bachelor of Media at UNSW, majoring in Communications/Journalism and minoring in Music.
He is the 2017 Vice President of the newly established UNSW Musical Theatre Society, after serving as the Social Secretary in its introductory year.
Since he rediscovered his passion for musical theatre last year, Nic has performed in multiple UNSW MTS productions, including A Man of No Importance, Next to Normal, Spring Awakening, and Company. He also featured in the NUTS' 2016 major A Little Night Music and their recent production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest.
Nic is beyond excited to be a part of the inaugural Little Triangle production of Sunday in the Park with George, one of his favourite musicals.
Zach Selmes is a Sydney-based musician, writer and designer. Initially beginning his vocal training at the age of 10 as a treble chorister, Zach would go on to be trained in not just classical voice, but contemporary, barbershop and musical theatre, studying under the vocal direction of West End performer, Paul Scott-Williams. Zach now studies a Bachelor of Music (Music Theatre) at the Australian Institute of Music where he has garnered a reputation for taking on as many productions at once as time can allow.
Notable theatre credits include Nick Piazza in Fame! (Birdie Productions), Marius in the Les Miserables parody workshop Less Miserable, and Dr. Highbourne in Dr McCarb's Independent Surgical Hospital on the Hill (Sydney Fringe 2015), an original Australian musical. Zach also starred in Poisoning Pigeons in the Park, a cabaret based on the works of Tom Lehrer, as the third show in a three-part cabaret series written by Melvyn Morrow, also starring Andrew O'Keefe, Rob Palmer and Glenn Amer (Cabaret in the Day 2016). Other theatre credits include the AIM productions of Into The Woods (Baker), Chicago (Fred Casely, Billy Understudy, dance ensemble), Urinetown (Hot Blades Harry, Bobby Understudy), The Witches of Eastwick and Squabbalogic's Mystery Musical #3: The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas as well as hosting AIM's A Night at the Grammys. Zach also recently starred in the short film PreGame (TVB Productions).