cast – bios

photo: Max Milne

photo: Max Milne

Tobias Manderson20090301-hitlerhoff-bomb-pants-Galvin is ‘Hitlerhoff’

“Unstoppable”The AGE

“Incredible energy and commitment”ARTSHUB

“Absolutely brilliant” – Lana Knapp

“Incredible” – Esther Anatolitis, General Manager Melbourne Fringe

Tobias Manderson-Galvin is a award winning writer/performer. Most recently he wrote and starred in an adaptation of Dante’s The Inferno (2008), which toured to the Adelaide Fringe Festival and was rapturously received in Melbourne (“ought to be locked up” – B News.)

Tobias performs in a number of loud bands in music styles you are probably unfamiliar with (grime-hop, epic rock, black metal).

Tobias can be heard on Melbourne’s only gay and lesbian radio station, JOY 94.9fm on Sunday nights on his unpredictable arts/sex show ‘Menage A Trois’.

Tobias sits as Chair on the Board of the critically acclaimed Platform Youth Theatre.

Acting independently for the past four years, Tobias has worked with local companies such as The Black Lung, Theatre in Decay and Sample Theatre. He has performed on stages as diverse as Radio National’s Sunday Arts, strip clubs, from the National Theatre to a kiddy pool full of jelly under a bridge in Northcote.

20090301-georgina-andrews-white Georgina Andrews

Georgina’s acting training includes The Arts Academy, St Martin’s Theatre, The Melbourne Acting Studio with Bruce Alexander and The Australian Film and Television Academy. She was also in London working with notable acting teacher Paul Gregory.

Her stage work includes Dreamweavers at the Melbourne Fringe Festival, The Season of New International Writing with St Martin’s Theatre and London Bites. She performed in Doorslam’s production of n The Massacre At Paris by Christopher Marlow in 2008 and followed that with Broken Mirror’s production of Lucas Hated Roses.

She has been in various short films such as Seven-Thirty, Smacked out Kisses and the independent short feature A Fifth of Love, a Bottle of Whiskey by Bruce Alexander.

Her television credits include Blue Heelers and in 2008 a role on Neighbours playing Heather Pryor. She has only recently returned from shooting the feature film The Sculptor (currently in post-production) playing Nat, one of the lead roles.

Joel Davey

Joel Davey recently played Henry III in The Massacre At Paris under the direction of Jenny Lovell and Mark Wilson.

Other highlights include: playing Richard III at Malthouse Theatre; a stint with the Royal Shakespeare Company‘s Hamlet as a Switzer; Read Not Dead at Sheakespeare’s Globe; a tour of Macbeth to The Eur-Am Center in Pontlevoy, France; and The Max Factor directed by Lorin Clarke.

Throughout 2008 he worked for the Flying Bookworm Theatre Company acting in schools around Victoria.

Joel trained at Rose Bruford College and The Central School of Speech and Drama.


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