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Tap Dancers Riley Brooker & Kieren Bofinger in ‘Swing on This!’

Well Done Riley Brooker & Kieren Bofinger for their fantastic Tap Dancing in Gold Coast Arts Centre’s “Swing on This!”.

Choreographed by Chris Horsey and starring Michael Falzon, Luke Kennedy, Matt Lee and Ben Mingay, this show is famous for its cool, suave and sometimes audacious interpretation of both new and classic swing songs.

Check out the video to see the boys perform!



Vampire Lesbians Of Sodom : Fantastic Reviews for Eliza Reilley & Nicholas Gell

Eliza Reilley & Nicholas Gell Receive Fantastic Reviews for their performance in Vampire Lesbians Of Sodom. One of the longest running plays in Off-Broadway history, Vampire Lesbians of Sodom tells the saga of two fatally seductive vampiresses whose paths first collide in ancient Sodom. Their bitter rivalry as bloodsuckers but more importantly, as actresses, endures for two thousand years with stops along the way in 1920’s silent movie Hollywood and contemporary Las Vegas. This new production by Brevity Theatre Co fuses together vaudeville, cabaret and drag for a Mardi Gras show not to be missed.

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“In a show highlight, Eliza Reilly as a fourteen year old virgin ready to be sacrificed”

“The dueling lesbians are played by Nicholas Gell and Eliza Reilley, he sophisticating camp and she cheezing up showgirl”

Lisa Thatcher

Eliza Reilly and Nicholas Gell as the two tussling vampires excel (in what are easily the most truthful performances of Sapphic blood lust I’ve seen for millennia.)”

Veronica Kaye, Thetre Red

Eliza Reilly is a knock out as Madeleine Astarte, her confident and bold approach to the material is fantastic, her vocals impress as well.”

JOY, The Buzz from Sydney

Eliza Reilly as Madeleine Astarte is sure-footed and engaging, adding an unexpected polish to the very bawdy material. Her Mae West-style delivery of punch lines is charming and effective, and the actor displays a natural flair for timing that endears herself to the audience with seemingly little effort. Astarte’s arch nemesis La Condessa is played by Nicholas Gell, whose very energetic and extravagant performance never feels out of place no matter how over the top he pitches it. It is a rare opportunity to witness an actor be completely ridiculous, and enthralling us with the hammiest presentation one can possibly imagine.

– by Suzy Wrong, Susie Go See 


 Bookings & Info Here!

Mitchell Hope as Prince Ben in Disney’s ‘Descendants’

Mitchell Hope as Prince Ben in Descendants, an upcoming Disney Channel Original Movie. Mitchell Hope plays the benevolent Prince Ben, son of Beast and Belle from Disney’s iconic Beauty and the Beast. Set to air in 2015, the live action move explores the teenage lives of the children of some of Disney’s greatest villain characters. Congratulations on your hard work Mitchell!



Dash Kruck in ‘I Might Take My Shirt Off’

Dash Kruck stars in ‘I Might Take My Shirt Off’. This will be Dash’s debut cabaret performance!


“From the mischievous mind of one of Queensland’s favourite actors, Dash Kruck (A Tribute of Sorts), ‘I Might Take My Shirt Off’ is the story of Lionel and the reluctant world-premiere of his debut cabaret show; a musical evening of sex, booze, boys and mythical beasts.



February 13 2015 – 9.30 pm
February 14 2015 – 6:00 pm

Brisbane Powerhouse
119 Lamington Street, New Farm

You can get TICKETS HERE!

Dash Kruck in his debut cabaret show.

Caitlin Oliver Parker and Cienda McNamara: #FirstWorldWhiteGirlsWinning


“…Cienda McNamara has seamlessly intertwined song and story into a fluid one-hour comedic routine that does not falter in consistently delivering quality laughs and unabridged talent. Clever observations teamed with tragically relatable humour is what makes #FirstWorldWhiteGirls fresh and exciting..” – Sofia Monkiewiez: Arts Hub

“…Parker’s creativity and confidence showed in their ability to interact and use audience responses to build on,and their quick wit and good-natured humour was evident throughout…” –  Myron My: Theatre Press

#FirstWorldWhiteGirls is garnering excellent reviews in its Melbourne season.

It looks to run an extended season in Brisbane before opening!.

Congratulations: Cienda & Caitlin – and all involved – fantastic!!

Here are a triumvirate of strong reviews.

Arts Hub

Theatre Press


The Fantastic Reviews of Riley Brooker – *Updated 27/05



Congratulations to ten year old Riley Brooker.  Riley is performing in ‘The King and I”. Riley’s performance has been praised by numerous critics for his singing ability and his accent prowess in this national touring production which stars Lisa McCune. Matthew Nguyen is another BMEG actor sharing the stage with Riley in this production!! Go BMEG!!!





Update 20th May 2014:  The King’s Kids  Check out Riley in this great story from the ABC!

“For some kids, singing on stage in front of hundreds of people would be terrifying. For others, it’s a dream come true. In this next story we meet some kids that definitely belong in the ‘dream’ category. They’re stealing the show in a world class production of the King and I. Matt found out what it’s like.” – http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s4005270.htm