Sienna is a young performer who has always been passionate about drama. She has trained at the Stella Adler Academy in Los Angeles, as well as the Margie Haber Studio, and completed the part time course with Acting Performance Studio. This is her first professional theatre production, but she has appeared as a Goth in Nowhere Boys and has been in numerous sets as an extra.
Is a graduate of the National Theatre Drama School. He recently performed in Metamorphoses as Hermes for the Melbourne Fringe Festival. He is a theatre director with Fresh Theatre who by "using the medium of theatre, encourage the strong, give support to the timid and warn the oppressor." Fresh Theatre is a not for profit theatre company primarily focused on achieving social change through the use of applied theatre techniques.
Artemis Muñoz is an actor with a passion for storytelling and activism. They are a graduate of the Bachelor of Arts (Acting) program at Federation University where they had the privilege of being a part of shows such as Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov (Natasha), The Kelly Dance by John Romerill (Two/The Drover's Wife) and As You Like It by William Shakespeare in which they played multiple characters. Artemis is proud member of the Equity Diversity Committee and is proud to be a non-binary trans person. They would like to dedicate their performance to any trans person who happens to find themself homeless or living in poverty due to the injustices of our society.
Peter is an actor, performer and entertainer who is quickly making a name for himself. He debuted on TVs around the world (Comedy Central, BBC Three, ABC) for his role in Ronny Chieng: International Student. But Peter is no stranger to the crowds either, having performed at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival to hundreds of people. From comedy to drama, from the screen to the stage, Peter certainly has done it all. You can find him on his YouTube channel "Peternoic" entertaining his thousands of subscribers.
Chloe Bruer-Jones is a 26-year-old performer, musician and teacher who grew up in Adelaide. She began learning the violin when she was 7 years old, and joined a choir at 8 years old. After studying with Marryatville High School's Special Interest Music Program, she went on to study Music Theatre and Dance at APO Arts Academy in Melbourne. She then completed a Bachelor of Arts (Music Theatre) at Federation University, Ballarat, graduating in 2014. Some career highlights include: four summers as Mole in the Australian Shakespeare Company's Wind in the Willows; a Cruise Ship Contract as a lead singer on Royal Caribbean's Majesty of the Seas (2015); the World War 1 puppet show for Primary Schools, Messenger Dogs with Cultural Infusion (2016-current).
Holi is an English and Drama Student at the University of Melbourne. They run a website, Shakespeare Oz, reviewing productions across Melbourne and surrounding suburbs. They currently work with Union House Theatre and have worked across a range of stage positions, including lighting designer, sound operator, production assistant, production manager and costume designer, including shortlistings for Top Class and doing theatre tech for Glass Wings Productions previous musical Heard of Elephants. While they're more used to being either backstage or in the audience, they're excited to have the opportunity to give the stage another try, especially with the character of Ashti and the overall production of Share.
Born and raised in Brisbane, Queensland, Joanna has persued a career in the performing arts from a young age, beginning her training during her teenage years. Since graduating high school, she went on to complete a Diploma of Musical Theatre and Commercial Dance at the Australian Dance Performance Institute before being accepted to study Musical Theatre at Federation University. Her university credits include Andrew Warboys's Showtrain (Edna), Bye Bye Birdie (Maude/Ensemble), Rent at the Athenaeum II (Roger's Mum/Ensemble) and Sweeney Todd (Pirelli Understudy/Ensemble). She also performed her cabaret Merry Swissmas at Suttons House of Music in Ballarat and Hares and Hyenas in Melbourne.
Benjamin Newall is an Australian born actor, model and writer, who has lived and worked in both Victoria and Queensland. He graduated with a Bachelor of Creative Industries (Drama) from Queensland University of Technology in 2011. His minor was in music.
Benjamin has performed on both stage and screen including appearances in FAME- the Musical (2016) Cold Christmas (2017) Attempts (2016) Max and Zens (2014) Ishq Ke Nishaan (2017) Grey Walls (2015) Neighbourhood Watch (2017) and We Were Tomorrow, (2015) alongside Gyton Grantley, Chai Hansen and Madeleine Kennedy.
Dedicated to improving his craft, Benjamin has continued to study attending master classes and short courses with the likes of Dean Carrey, Zen Zen Zo, NIDA, Thea McCloud and the V.C.A. Benjamin is an avid writer and is keen to try his hand at directing.
Claire completed short courses with NIDA Open (Screen Acting Technique) and The National Theatre Drama School (Preparatory Course) in 2014 before biting the bullet and relocating from the Mornington Peninsula to complete her BA Music Theatre at the Arts Academy, Federation University (BAPA), graduating in 2017.
She combined her passion for both writing and performing to stage her original Cabaret "Greased Life-in'" in June 2017, and her University credits include Showtrain (Ma Roper/Big Roy/Cookie), Bye Bye Birdie (Mrs MacAfee), Rent (Steve, Roger's Mother, Vendor 2) and Sweeney Todd (Ensemble). Claire has multiple TV credits, and has featured in ad campaigns for City of Melbourne, Coles and Cottons. She recently completed a shopping centre tour with the kids Safari Action Show for Event Central, and is excited to join the cast of Share.
Colin has made a habit of working with Katherine Phelps in recent years. He has stepped out for her in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Short and Sweet Festival, and cabarets at the Butterfly Club. And to reciprocate she has directed his play Two Todays, No Tomorrow in the Board Shorts Festival. After decades of being actor, writer, sound designer, director, AV creator, stage manager, props builder, newsletter editor, website designer, set builder and company committee member for local theatres.
Colin now regards himself as a professional performer. His roles have ranged from playing Santa Claus ("Melbourne's best," he says) to zombies, with the occasional serial killer thrown in. Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, Neighbours, Bed of Roses, Rush and TV commercials have all used Colin's skills on television, but perhaps he is best known in medical circles. There he is one of Victoria's leading simulated patients—acting out "live" medical scenarios to doctors, students, physiotherapists, et al.