BMEG is one of the most reputable boutique agencies in Australia, and represents adult and child performers in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Los Angeles and New York. Our agents have many years of combined experience and are dedicated to providing the highest quality representation for our actors and musical theatre performers.

“There’s a new breed of performer emerging in Queensland and I’m gonna’ give a shout out to the agency who represents a few of them because people often ask us who they should approach about management. BMEG’s Directors, Rowena Mohr and Mary-Ann Vale, must have recognised a little while ago what we’re seeing now on stage and screen. Some of the names on their books include Dash Kruck, Emily Burton, Amy Ingram, Erica Field, Cienda McNamara, Lizzie Moore, Sam Plummer and The Fever’s Zac Boulton…performers with an entirely different energy, who each have a very real sense of leaping, whole body and voice and heart and head and soul, into a role.” – Xanthe Coward, XS Entertainment

 

BMEG News

BMEG Actors in Don’t Tell

Don’t Tell, directed by Tori Garrett, features BMEG Actors, Simon Burvil-Holmes as Bruce Howden, Josh Lacy as Plaintiff and Caitlin Scarr as Karen.

“Based on true events that changed the law. This is the story of a survivor, Lyndal, a young woman sexually abused as an 11 year old while attending …

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ONE THE BEAR: written and performed by BMEG’s Candy Bowers

Conceptualised and written by the very talented Candy Bowers, One the Bear opens at Campbelltown Arts Centre on Saturday May 27th.

“Set in a garbage tip, this is the story of a young female bear that wants more for her tribe. Garbage sparkles and catches on beams from broken streetlights as …

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Emma Chelsey in ‘This is Not Mills and Boon’

Emma Chelsey in ‘This is Not Mills and Boon’

BMEG’s Emma Chelsey will star in the leading role of Abigail in This is Not Mills and Boon.

The Buzz from Sydney summarises the production: “When Sol and Abigail meet and become involved, it is apparent that they have been raised very differently. Sol’s mother writes erotica, and he works alongside her, publishing, …

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Sebastian Robinson in ‘The Ham Funeral’


BMEG’s Sebastian Robinson will star in The Ham Funeral, produced by Siren Theatre Co & Griffin Independent at SBW Stables Theatre.

“In a gothic inner-city boarding house, a naïve young poet is drawn into the fetid world of the basement-dwelling landlord and his wife, the hauntingly grotesque Mr and Mrs Lusty. When …

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Indianna Gregg awarded ‘Best Young Actor’

Congratulations to BMEG’s Indianna Gregg who recently took home the title of ‘Best Young Actor’ at the First Glance Film Festival in Los Angeles for her work in the film, The Ravens.

The Ravens is a unique and powerful 23-minutes film addressing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Told through the eyes of his …

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