By Nick Enright
St Martins Youth Arts Centre July 2019
Blackrock is an Australian beachside working-class suburb where the youth surf by day and rave by night. Desperate to impress, Toby hosts a party at the local surf for his 18th birthday. It is unsupervised with alcohol flowing freely.
The following morning, it is revealed that 15-year-old Tracy Warner was killed at the party. As details of her death emerge the boys responsible band together in ‘Mateship’, but can ‘Mateship’ keep their guilt at bay?
Nicola is graduate of Music Theatre from the Victorian College of the Arts where she played Wendla in Spring Awakening during her final year.
She recently returned from London where she studied a Diploma of Classical Acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.
Her professional credits include The Red Tree as Ava (National Theatre of Parramatta), Bring It On as Bridget (Stage Masters), Twelfth Night as Feste/ Dance Capitan (Melbourne Shakespeare Company), Much Ado About Nothing as Margaret (MSC), Comedy of Errors as Dromio of Syracuse (MSC), Ordinary Days as Deb (Pursued by Bear).
Dean is a Producer, Writer and Performer in Melbourne. Dean graduated 2 years from ShowFit (Full Time Musical Theatre) in 2016. In 2018 Dean Produced his show The Date to SOLD OUT Audiences at The Butterfly Club he then went onto a Return Season part of Melbourne Fringe Festival.
Dean’s performing credits include Kurt: Heathers (GJ Productions), Justin: The Date (Melb Fringe, The Butterfly Club), Simon: DRAGGED (La Mama, Midsumma 2018), Mark: A Chorus Line (CLOC Music Theatre), Cat/Dog: A Cabaret (The Cabaret Showcases) Heath/ Trev: The Helendale Nude Footy Calendar (Midsumma 2017).
Dean has been a featured dancer in the short films About The Method of Living (Conor O’Brien) and Spinneret (Natasha Cantwell).
Dean worked as a Production Assistant and Assistant Stage Manager on In The Heights and Titanic (StageArt), he has also Choreographed Little Miss Sunshine (Fab Nobs), Wicked, Guys and Dolls and Godspell (Nova Music Theatre).
Fight Choreographer - John Reed
Stage Manager - Kyra Von Stiegler
Set and Costume Designer - Jac Antcliff
Sound Designer - Rachel Lewindon