Alex Kharnam

Audience member Alex Kharnam saw opening night of Guardian Angel. He gave some wonderful critical feedback, both positive and negative, which was considered and knowledgable. I asked him if he would pen his thoughts as a critical review as our reviewer was a no show, and I am grateful he obliged. His review is honest, constructive and insightful, and I am very...

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Brook Sykes

It has been seven years since Brook has performed in the Melbourne Fringe, back then it was in Theatre in Decay’s “The taking of Ramsay st” directed by Robert Reid. Since then he has, amongst other things, performed at the Edinburgh Fringe, met the Queen and graduated from the National Theatre Drama School. Brook’s most recent project...

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Sara Burnham

Sara loved performing from an early age and became involved in many performance projects at an amateur level before studying, and graduating in 2012, from Victoria University (VU) with a degree in Performing Arts. During her time at uni she had the opportunity to study the elements of performance and performance-creating with a focus on improvisation and...

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Gavin Williams

Gavin is a Melbourne based actor with 8 years acting experience. He is relatively new to writing, Guardian Angel is his second play, after writing Tea’s Gone Cold for Sydney Theatre School as part of a devised project for his class while teaching there. While Tea’s Gone Cold was built on the ideas and improvisations of a class of 14 students,...

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Eleni Alvertis – Assistant Director

Eleni Alvertis graduated from the University of Ballarat, Arts Academy in 2011. Throughout her time there Eleni performed in The Suicide, The Three Sisters, Cloudstreet, A Pillar of Salt and A Terrible Madness. Since graduating Eleni has been part of the BIG WEST Festival where she performed in the premiere of Born West were she played Kora with Company White...

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Bryce Padovan

After studying acting and shooting three short films in Los Angeles in 2011, Bryce returned home to Australia and auditioned for 16th Street Acting Studios. He got accepted into their Part Time Comprehensive program and worked with several amazing instructors including Kim Krejus, Anthony Wong and Robert Meldrum. He was also able to complete two short films,...

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Lesley Coleman

Over the past 20 years Lesley has appeared in numerous TV commercials (notably including playing the woman in a cylinder catching money – and catching almost none – for Dandenong Plaza) and guest roles in TV series including Stingers, Secret Lives of Us, Neighbours, Something in the Air, SeaChange, Triple Zero Heroes, Offspring and Underbelly: Squizzy. She has...

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Kelley Kerr Young

Kelley gained her Bachelor of Performing Arts at NASDA in Christchurch, New Zealand. She made her debute in the musical Oliver! at the Court Theatre. Other highlights include: You Want Me to Do What?! (cabaret); the Otago Tour of Thirsty Thursday and Roger Hall’s Who Needs Sleep Anyway? for the Fortune Theatre. She was also a regular lead singer in the...

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Constance Washington

Constance’s love of performing and the stage began with dance, after discovering the theatre in high school, she started on the path to acting. Taking herself off to London where she lived, studied and performed, before jumping the ocean to spend another year studying in Los Angeles. During her time in England she had a stint with a small touring theatre...

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