Heather is 23 years old, and is in her final year at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, studying a Bachelors of Arts in Music Theatre. Originally from the island of Guam, she took her first hula lesson at the age of 3 and has loved performing ever since. Being trained in hula for 13 years, she decided to expand her knowledge of dance and took on jazz, hip-hop, and contemporary for 8 years.  Her love of dance has also lead her to teaching. She has taught beginning and intermediate hip-hop and jazz to children of all ages giving her great experience working with children. Heather's performing credits include Gabriella in High School Musical, Amneris in AIDA, Rusty in Footloose, Timoune in Once on This Island, and most recently, her WAAPA debut, Mama Noah in Children of Eden.



Matthew is a highly musical individual, having studied the piano for close to 14 years. This love of music led him to singing and dance training where he discovered a passion for performing and the theatre. Matthew is currently at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts where he is studying a Bachelor of Music Theatre. He has also previously completed the Certificate II course at WAAPA in the same discipline.

Matthew’s previous performances include singing in the Lucy Durack and Friends concert at the Perth Concert Hall, singing for Telethon, and performing in Jazz soirees as a vocalist. He has also performed as a dancer at various community festivals around the Perth area


Ben is 19 and is currently studying Acting at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.  He has spent the last eight years taking both classical and contemporary singing lessons as well as the last three years doing jazz, contemporary and funk dance classes in order to pursue his dream of being a musical theatre performer.  Above all, however, Ben’s passions lie in acting. This skillset combined with (too many) family Christmases with his 6 younger nieces and nephews assist Ben in working with children in a fun and safe way. 

Ben’s credentials include but are not limited to: the leading role of Mickey in Blood Brothers: The Musical presented by the Q Theatre that ran for 3 weeks in 2011, and was brought back due to popular demand for another 2 week run in 2012; Jim Farrell with SUPA Productions in Titanic: The Musical in 2012; Claude’s Mother in Hair: The Musical produced by the Q Theatre in 2012, demonstrating his abilities as a comedic character actor; Marius Pontmercy in Les Miserables with CGS in 2010, the leading role of Darren Lemming in WAAPA’s 2013 performance of Take Me Out and much more.  


Mackenzie is currently completing a Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theatre at WAAPA and has previously completed a Diploma in Performing Arts as well as a Musical Theatre Certificate II.  She is a passionate dance teacher at Dance Central and has been honored with multiple awards including the State Medal for Cecchetti Ballet at the age of 12. Mackenzie was most recently seen performing in a Gershwin brother’s tribute cabaret, ‘Slap That Bass’, at the Velvet Lounge earlier this year. Mackenzie’s choreography has been featured in Dance Festivals and Competitions. She has had the pleasure of working with a select group of high school students from St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls for the last two years creating original works for the IGSSA Dance Festival.  During high school Mackenzie was fortunate enough to perform iconic lead roles, such as Reno in Anything Goes and Peggy Sawyer in 42nd Street, at the Regal Theatre in Subiaco.  Mackenzie is thrilled to continue working at Encore Kids Parties as she thoroughly enjoys working with children and creating a fun, fantasy world for them to enjoy. 


Joshua completed the Certificate II in Music Theatre at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2013, and is currently undertaking the Bachelor of Musical Theatre, also at WAAPA. Joshua was always interested in music from a young age, playing several instruments including the Double Bass, Electric Bass, Acoustic Guitar and Piano. It was this that opened up the world of performance for him, joining his high school's theatre group and performing in shows such as Oliver!, Sweeney Todd, The Pajama Game, How to Succeed in Business without really trying, and the Mikado.
Since leaving high school, Joshua has worked with primary and high school aged children at John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School. He has conducted chapel services and activities as an assistant to the teachers.

Joshua is a highly requested energetic performer who specialises in Roving entertainment, pirate, spiderman, Jedi, Minecraft, Slime, Mad Hatter, The Rabbit, Beast, Prince Eric, Highland Warrior, and children's stage shows 


Samantha has had a passion for performing from a young age and always wanted to pursue her love for the arts. Samantha completed a Certificate II in Musical Theatre at WAAPA in 2009 and then went onto complete a Bachelor in Music (Classical Voice) in 2013. This year, Samantha is studying for a Post Graduate Diploma in Music (Classical Voice), which she will complete at the end of the year.  During her school years, Samantha played lead roles in numerous musicals including Little Cossette in Les Miserables at the Regal Theatre; Annie in Annie; Oliver in Oliver and Millie in Thoroughly Modern Millie.  Samantha has also sung at various corporate functions including Danny Green boxing, West Australian Football League, West Australian Football Hall of Fame, WA Nursing association, Sandover Medal and West Australian Youth Awards, as well as featuring on Telethon.  Samantha went on to perform as Cossette in Les Miserables at the Regal Theatre under the direction of John Milson, Samantha has also worked with John Milson on ‘A Little Light Music’ where she was a featured soloist. At WAAPA, Samantha has played Miranda in ‘The Tempest’, Beth in ‘Little Women’ (opera) and this year will be playing Hansel in ‘Hansel and Gretel’ as well as being a featured soloist in ‘ Songs and Sonnets’ (an exploration of the works of Shakespeare)

As well as performing Samantha has been teaching Private Singing lessons for 3 years; she loves working with children and loves what she can learn from them!


19-year-old Sophia is currently studying at the West Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), in a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Acting.

Sophia has always loved performing, participating in school productions and singing. Above all, however, Sophia’s passions lie in acting. Sophia’s experience from volunteering at Claremont Therapeutic Riding Centre, babysitting and (too many) family gatherings with her younger cousins and siblings assists Sophia in working with children in a safe and fun way.

Sophia specialises in Princess Leia, Anna, Princess Sophia, Daphne, Wonder Woman, Catwoman, Bat Girl, Pirate, Fairy, Alice in Wonderland and Tween themes. Sophia is an integral part of Encore's Stage Entertainment development team.


Meg has had a passion for performing from a very young age. In 2013 she completed a Certificate II in Music Theatre from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and has returned to WAAPA this year to complete the Bachelor of Music Theatre. Graduating from UWA last year with a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology), Meg is also a member of the a cappella quartet group Chapters, who debuted in 2013. Previously, Meg has appeared in various Fringe and community theatre shows, including Jenny Diver in The Threepenny Opera (Queens Hall Music, Fringe Festival 2015), Erma in Anything Goes (Limelight Theatre, 2014), Betty Schaefer in Sunset Boulevard (Limelight Theatre. 2012) and Sergeant Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls (St Marks Drama Society, 2011). Meg was also lucky enough to perform for Australian performing legends including Lisa McCune, Toni Lamond, Nancye Hayes and Simon Gleeson at the Australian Music Theatre Workshop in January 2013. Meg is absolutely thrilled to be a part of the talented Encore Family.


Hayley recently completed the certificate 2 in Musical Theatre at WAAPA in 2013, and is now completing her bachelor degree in commerce at the University of Western Australia. Music and performing have always been a passion of Hayley's. From a young age she has done singing and dancing. Having so many younger cousins, at family events Hayley would quite often entertain them and has always loved it.  Now she loves any opportunity to perform, the most recent shows she has been involved in are The Hatpin and Anything Goes. 


Rebekah has always had a love of performing and is currently studying a Bachelor of Music for Classical Performance at the West Australian Academy of Performing Arts. She has had classical singing training for 14 years and has placed 1st in 19 competitions around WA during that time. She was a founding member of the City of Rockingham Children's Choir who represented WA in a tour of Japan recently. Rebekah is also the conductor of her church choir and has a lot of experience with children through her volunteer work with children of her church.


Rebekah's leading roles include  "Yum Yum" in Gilbert and Sulivans 'the Mikado' and the role of "the Narrator" in Andrew Llyod Webbers 'Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dream Coat'.



Finn has just completed his certificate II in Music Theatre at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts and is looking forward to extending his studies at WAAPA this year by commencing a Bachelor of Arts in Music Theatre.  He began theatre in 2011, when he performed as the lead role of Ren in Footloose for a high school musical. His latest roles include Aladdin in his year 12 school musical and Demetrius in Garrick Theatre's A Midsummer Nights Dream. He is currently undertaking the male lead of Melchior in Spring Awakening the musical. Finn is an integral part of the Encore team and specialises in Kristoff, Prince Chariming, Eric, Hans, Jedi Master, Superhero characters, pirate and stage show performances.


Atara has been performing in various musicals around Perth from a young age. These include Annie, Beauty and the Beast, The Sound of Music, Ruthless and The Wizard of Oz. She also featured in the T.V series Wormwood and ABC3s quiz show ‘What Do You Know’.
Having just completed her Certificate II at WAAPA, Atara intends to pursue Musical Theatre in the upcoming years, hoping to undertake a degree in 2016. This year Atara will be studying a Bachelor of Speech Pathology. Atara is an integral part of the Encore team specialising as Anna, Belle, Fairy, Rapunzel, Disco, Tween themes, Popstar Katy Perry, Dorothy, Jasmine and stage show performances.


19 year old Samantha recently completed her Certificate II in Music Theatre and a Certificate IV in Classical Voice. She is currently studying the Bachelor of Classical Voice at WAAPA. 
From a very young age Samantha fell in love with performing learning to sing, dance, act and play piano. In 2006 she received the award for Best Vocalist in the WA Catholic Performing Arts Festival at the age of 11. Samantha is trained in various styles of dance including jazz, tap, ballroom and Latin. Samantha has performed in several musicals around Perth including Ulla in The Producers (2013), Meg in Phantom of the Opera (2013), Singing in the Rain, West Side Story and the Wizard of Oz. Samantha also teaches private singing and piano tuition to children. Sammy is an integral part of the Encore Team playing roles such as Elsa, Anna, Fairy, Dorothy, Disco, Tween themes and stage performances.


19 year old Sarah is currently studying a Bachelor of Arts in Music Theatre at Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts. Originally from Adelaide, Sarah completed a Certificate IV in dance in 2012 before moving to Melbourne to study at Danceworld Studios and later complete the Foundation in Music Theatre course at the Victorian College of Arts. Sarah has trained with vocal tutors Queenie Van Der Vandt, Derek Taylor, Rosanne Hosking and Libby O’Donovan in classical voice, music theatre and jazz styles. Her years of dance training in Jazz, Tap, Ballet and Contemporary took her on a prestigious tour to New York in 2011 where she trained at Steps on Broadway, Broadway Dance Center, The Alvin Ailey Extension, Martha Graham Contemporary Dance and The Merce Cunningham Studios. She has over 12 years of performance experience including roles such as Elle- Legally Blonde, Dorothy- The Wiz and Mrs Potts- Beauty and the Beast, she also sang alongside Kate Ceberano in 2010 and 2011 in her show Lady Marmalade. Sarah’s performing has been recognized with many awards including an AMEB Vocal prize, perfect scores in her Year 12 SACE Solo Performance and Solo Special Study voice subjects and the Kirsty Rea Memorial Award for Performing Arts, she has also been hailed by the Adelaide Theatre Guide as “a versatile, all round performer.” Sarah has years of experience teaching children 4-10 years of age in classes such as junior jazz and GLEE at Mitcham Dance Studios Adelaide. She finds working with children very rewarding and is thrilled to be on the Encore team!


Having recently moved from Melbourne to study for his BA Music Theatre at WAAPA, Benjamin is a new, highly energetic and enthusiastic member of the Encore Family! His artistic background is highly diverse, stretching from Opera and Classical Ballet, to Music Composition and Devised Theatre. Benjamin has received numerous scholarships for both Acting and Music, most notably to study at the Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School, as well as being a Scholar and Committee Member of Opera Scholars Australia. In addition to Singing, Dancing and Acting, Ben also plays Piano and Alto Saxophone, and indeed anything else he can get his hands on! Benjamin was due to create the role of The Peasant in Heaven in the International Premiere of the New Australian Opera “Grimms’ Tales” at the Melbourne Recital Centre, however has canceled to be here with you in Perth!


Professionally Chloe, 18, has performed with the State Opera of South Australia, recorded for Slingsby productions, and played principle roles in shows at the State Opera Studio including, Cinderella in 'Into the Woods" and the Sour Kangaroo in 'Seussical'. December 2013 she performed the role of Ariel, in the Australian premiere of the Disney musical "The Little Mermaid". Chloe has been dancing from a young age and was recently selected as one of two back up dancers for Ali Mcgreggor's 'Jazzamatazz' and Chunky Custard. Chloe was a very active studen at Brighton Secondary School majoring in Music, where she has been a soloist in many events, cabaret nights and overseas tours. She was awarded the Solo Performance award upon graduating high school. Last year Chloe focussed on double majoring in both Drama Work shop and Drama Theory at a Flinders University as part of her Bachelor of Primary a Education training.  This year she is fortunate enough to be studying at WAAPA Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theatre and is very much excited and honoured to be able to work with Encore.


Monica is currently studying for her Post Graduate Diploma in Classical Voice. She completed her Bachelor of Music (Classical Voice) in 2014 at WAAPA. Prior to her studies at WAAPA, her vocal training began in 2007 when she was accepted into both the Academic and Music programs at Perth Modern School. During this time was fortunate enough to be awarded the inaugural Daniel Girling Music Scholarship in 2009, and the Tom Kent Scholarship for Music in 2011.
Throughout her time at WAAPA, Monica has performed in Mendelssohn’s Elijah (2012), Rutter’s Gloria and Durufle’s Requiem (2013), Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas (2013), and in the combined Guitar and Voice concert (2013). In 2014, she sung the part of Mystery, and Mustardseed, in A Night In The Forest. She also performed in the chorus for the The Music Makers sacred music concert and as part of a smaller ensemble performing Locus Iste. Monica has explored a variety of other musical styles outside of her studies at WAAPA, most notably performing a lead role in Playlover’s 2013 production of Nevermore, a musical tracing the life and works of Edgar Allan Poe. 


When she was just five years old, Alexandra took her first ballet class at a local dance school in Adelaide and fell in love. This love of dance blossomed and led to her furthering her skills in dance; taking up jazz and contemporary, as well as singing and acting, with the ambition of pursuing a music theatre career. Competing in ballet competitions from a young age, Alexandra placed in  numerous Cecchetti Medals and Scholarships, as well as dancing numerous leading roles with the Australian Classical Youth Ballet, including Clara in The Nutcracker and Wendy in Peter Pan. When she was just 15, Alexandra was offered her first professional dance contract performing as one of 4 featured dancers in Orpheus in the Underworld with the State Opera of South Australia. The show's Sydney based creatives then invited Alexandra on to continue her role in the Sydney production with Opera Australia in 2013. Following her work with the Opera companies, Alexandra worked on ABC's mini-series ANZAC Girls, taught dance, and choreographed multiple shows/performance pieces for Adelaide Youth Theatre whilst continuing her own training and completing year 12 in 2014. Alexandra moved to Perth at the beginning of 2015 to commence studying WAAPA's Certificate IV in Music Theatre. 


David is a 19 years old and is currently studying at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) majoring in Music Theatre. He started as a singer, but his love of performing has led him to become an experienced entertainer, highly trained in singing, acting and dancing with substantial past involvement in musicals, plays and children’s entertainment. Originally from Queensland, David has previously studied with The Australian Dance Performance Institute, completing their certificate course in Musical Theatre.  ! Past credits include The Beast from Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin from Aladdin and his Wondrous Lamp, Mr Bumble from Oliver! and many more


Amy has most recently completed her Post Graduate Diploma in Music (Classical Voice) at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, having previously completed her Bachelor of Music in the same discipline. Amy also has a unique history with Rhythmic Gymnastics and Pole Vaulting, winning gold at the Australian national championships in both fields. 
During her time at WAAPA, Amy was given the Michelle Robinson Award for most outstanding first year recital and later was the recipient of the prestigious Barbara Macloud Scholarship in 2014.  Most recently, Amy received first place in the Open Aria and Open Musical Theatre sections of the Fremantle Eisteddfod and was a semi finalist for the widely recognized Australian Singing Competition. Amy has performed the roles of Gretel in ‘Hansel and Gretel’, Dido in ‘Dido and Aeneas’, Ariel in ‘The Tempest’ and was a featured soloist at the 2014 International Art Song Festival with Graham Johnson. Amy is currently in the process of auditioning for her Masters degree at some of the most prestigious conservatories around the world including The Julliard School, Guildhall School of Music and Drama and The Royal College of Music in hope of pursuing her dream of singing on an international stage.


Allysha is currently in Studying her Post Graduate Bachelor of Music at WAPPA and is taking vocal lessons with Linda Barca. Allysha has also completed the Certificate II Musical Theatre at WAPPA. Allysha has delighted audiences with her engaging personality and charming voice. Previous performances include WA Tourism Awards, Queens Jubilee Government House, Official Opening of the Perth Royal Show and has appeared as the supporting act for both Marcia Hines and Marina Prior at the St Valentine’s Day Concert at Kings Park for the past two years to name a few.

Varied roles include a voice over artist role for Tim Winton’s ‘The Deep’, lead role of Maria in ‘West Side Story’ at the Playhouse Theatre in 2009, and as a soloist performer for Channel Seven Telethon in 2001, 2002 & 2004. Allysha was very excited to play the leading role of Lisa, for two performances of ‘The Land of Smiles’, the beautiful operetta written by Franz Lehar, and directed by John Milson, at the Subiaco Arts Centre  June 2012.

Allysha specialises is our Fairy Lilly Belle, Dorothy, Cinderella, Glinda, Alice, Tea party hostess, Enchanted Princess and Winter Wonderland themes.


Jacob has been a passionate performer since a very young age. He is currently in his third year studying a Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theatre at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, having previously completed his Certificate II in the same discipline.  With five younger siblings, Jacob has a lifetime of training when it comes to entertaining children, and his energy is contagious. His previous performances include solos on Telethon, singing alongside Lucy Durack in her Perth Concert Hall performance, being a grand finalist in the National Storm the Stage Competition and playing Joseph in the Annual City of Perth Christmas Nativity, held in Forrest Chase.

Jacob has also played leading roles in musicals including Thoroughly Modern Millie, Annie and original productions with The University of Western Australia's Dramatic Society, and has also performed self devised Cabaret pieces at venues around Perth.

With training in Jazz, Tap, Ballet and with four years of acrobatics under his belt, he is capable of portraying a number of characters for Encore, specialising in Spiderman, Peter Pan, Disney Princes and Pirates.


Currently studying the Bachelor of Arts in Music Theatre at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Joe has trained under the tuition of Carolyn Ferrie, Rossanne Hosking, Carolyn Obst, “The Helen O’Grady Dramatic School” and as a member of the ‘Young Talent Team’ development program with MGTS. Moreover, his dance training saw him study at many of New York’s prestigious dance schools, such as; The Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance, The Alvin Ailey Extension, Steps On Broadway, The Merce Cunningham Studios, Perdidance Capezio Center and Broadway Dance Center. Recently, Joe performed in half of the Australian Tour of the BBC's Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular - An addition to his highlights of performing as a soloist in Tokyo’s Disneyland, singing with Kate Ceberano in her concert Lady Marmalade, a chorister in Wayne Scott Kermond's Candy Man, performing alongside Mark Trenwith in Be My Friend, dancing for the Adelaide Striker's T20 BigBash season, singing with The Idea of North, Phil Ceberano, James Morrison and Todd Mckenny (just to name a few)

Joe specialises in Kristoff, Superman, Prince Charming, John Smith (Pocahontas), Dance, Rock Star, Roving, Pirate,  and Encore Stage Show Events. With his extensive experience in dance, Joe is a vital member of Encore's dance theme development team. 



Esther developed a love of theatre at a very young age, after seeing Beauty and the Beast the musical at age 7. Raised in Melbourne, Esther is currently completing a Graduate Diploma of Music at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, having completed A Bachelor of Music in Classical Voice in 2013. Later this year she will perform the role of Helena in A midsummer night’s dream, and is delighted to be creating the role of Nellie Melba in the world premier of Johannes Luebbers’ Melba. Esther has also enjoyed performing in numerous Opera productions, as well as Oratorio, and concert performances. Some of her recent roles include Helena in Scenes from A midsummer night’s dream, Gertrude in Hansel and Gretel, and Cecelia March in Little Women

In the near future Esther hopes to further her studies overseas and is planning on audition for Masters Programs in the UK. Esther specialises in Belle, Dorothy, Wonder Woman, Sleeping Beauty, Fairy Rose Bud, Tea Party Hostess and is one of Perth's highly regarded Body and Face painting artists.


Teigan Isobel has studied theatre and performing arts in Perth and the USA. Having recently graduated with a BA and Diploma in theatre she is now in her final year of finishing a French degree. In 2012 she moved to New York as an exchange student where she performed in an adaption of Plautus’ classic; Mostellaria.

She has performed in numerous theatre and film productions in Perth recently appearing as a hungry toad in Harbour Theatres Cinderella adaptation; The Ash Girl. Alongside acting, Teigan works as a scriptwriter and editor for a local production company and is currently in the process of finalising her second feature film. In her spare time she enjoys playing piano, violin and studying Spanish and German.

Teigan specialises in Pirate "Squiggly Bottom", Fairy, Cowgirl, Slime Fest, Craft, Do you Dare and is a director/script writer for Encore's stage/performance/party theme design. 


Cameron is an outstanding performer who is currently studying the Bachelor of  Musical Theatre at the Victoria College of the Arts and has also completed one year of a BA of Classical Music Performance and a certificate of musical theatre (WAAPA).Cameron from a young age has performed in various productions such as Taming of the Shrew, Eneksis choir, The Man from Mukinupin, The Lords and Ladies, Grimm Tales, Elijah and various modelling assignments for DEan Selby and Zsadar. Cameron is a vocal and acting coach and conducts private lessons with Perth students ages ranging from 5-15 years old. He has an electric energy which lends itself not only to Character performances but also includes juggling, stilt walking, clowning, face painting and fire dancing! Cameron is available during the months of July, November thru to Feb



20 year old Rosabelle is studying a Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theatre at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. After seeing a production of Swan Lake, she, like many young girls was completely taken with the beauty and glamour of the dancers. This led to Rosabelle beginning Singing and Dance lessons from a very young age, continuing them all her life.

In 2012, Rosabelle, still captivated by the Performing Arts, moved to Melbourne from her home in New Zealand to pursue a career in the industry and has performed roles such as Emma Carew (Jekyll and Hyde), Maria (The Sound of Music), Dorothy (The Wizard of Oz) and Bet (Oliver). She has also been involved in many other shows including Chicago, The Caucasian Chalk Circle and A Midsummer Nights Dream. Rosabelle has competed as a Singer and Dancer at national competitions for many years and in 2011 she won the ‘Lady Champion Cup’ at the Hamilton Vocal Competitions. As a child she performed in a touring production of the Nutcracker with the Royal New Zealand Ballet. She has also taught  beginner Ballet classes and beginner Song and Dance classes.


Jackson is currently studying devised performance in the Bachelor of Performing Arts course at The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), as well as completing a Certificate II in Music Theatre at WAAPA last year.

Jackson has three years of singing training with David Dockery and has also explored performance on screen, through involvement in short films, whether acting, writing or working behind the scenes. Jackson specialises in Pirates, Prince, Robin, Cowboy and Do you Dare themes.



Kieran is currently studying a Bachelor of Arts (Acting) at WAAPA (Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts) and has also studied at Stella Adler Studio, New York (2013) and University of Western Australia. Kieran has performed on stage and screen most recently in Viva la Restoration, 2013 and Wedlock directed by James Richard Marzec 2013.

Kieran has extensive experience working with children as a swimming coach at Challenge Stadium Perth.

Kieran specialises in Pirate, Thor, Man of Steel Superman, Merman, Batman, Do you Dare, Prince, Roving and Sports themes.


Tayla is currently undertaking her third year of the Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theatre at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). Originally from Greater-Western Sydney, Tayla has trained in singing, acting and dance since a young age. In 2011, she graduated from the prestigious NSW Talent Development Project, and in 2012 from the Actor’s College of Theatre and Television with a Certificate IV in Music Theatre.  Tayla has a wealth of performance experience, performing as a featured artist 4 years running in the NSW Schools Spectacular, performing the National Anthem at Randwick racecourse, featuring at several corporate functions and also at local venues and private functions in a duo. She came first in the National Storm the Stage Eisteddfod for Music Theatre, and had the privilege of touring China as lead female vocalist with PULSE. Tayla has performed many roles including Eponine in Les Miserables, Lucy in Jekyll and Hyde, and Laurie in Oklahoma! On top of her performance experience, Tayla has a lot of experience working with children, having taught childrens' jazz, ballet and musical theatre classes as well as working as a beginners piano and singing teacher.







Angela is completing her degree in Performing Arts at Curtin University. She has been involved in acting, dance and music from a young age. She has a history of leading a secret life as a part-time princess, fairy, fairy-princess, pirate, and many other roles.

Recent performances have included Reg Cribb’s Broken Valley, Ms Prism in Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, Shine Studios musical theatre performances and a chorus member in Stirling Youth Players Cinderella: A Pantomime.”

Angela specilaises in Pirate, Princess, Slimefest, Do You Dare, Craft and Neon themes

Organising a party has never been easier and more stress free than this one. I will definitely re-book them for my other son. I highly recommend a Slime Fest and Water Fun party. The party guests LOVED it and the parents continually congratulated me on organising such a fun and different party for the kids. Rosanna Apr 2015