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 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.“
DATE & TIME
February 13 2015 – 9.30 pm
February 14 2015 – 6:00 pm
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
“‘His Mother’s Voice’ had its lighter moments, which made it doubly enjoyable, including the endearing performances of actors Monica Sayers and Alice Keohavong during the negotiation and arbitration scene.” – Michelle Baltazar
Presented By bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company
Writer Justin Fleming
Director Suzanne Millar
In the Kingdom of Contradiction – it is raining, yet the sky is blue with sun.
Shanghai, 1966. When a young Chinese boy is secretly taught to play the piano by his mother, in defiance of Communist Party edicts, a train of events is set in place that leads them to the eye of the storm in a dangerous confrontation between Shanghai and Canberra.
From the birth of China’s Cultural Revolution to the eve of theTiananmen Square protests Justin Fleming’s dazzling new play weighs the price of defiance in the face of brutality. His Mother’s Voice is a love story: the love between two young people from different worlds; the love that drives a mother to great sacrifice; the love of a young man for his country.
In this World Premiere production, the company that brought you Great Expectations in 2012 returns to ATYP with a story about growing up, stretching your wings, and being true to yourself in the face of overwhelming odds.
If you have any interest in working in the US, this is a must read, though it also has a lot about the business of being an actor in Australia as well. It covers everything from managers, agents, “self tests”, visas, sag contracts, accommodation, hire cars, insurance, day to day survival tips and more! Casting director Tom McSweeney wrote the foreword and it’s on the QUT and NIDA recommended textbook lists. It is also being awarded to all Heath Ledger Scholarship finalists next year and is heavily supported by the organization Australians in LA.
“The Hollywood Survival Guide – For Aussie Actors is a comprehensive text that details everything an actor needs to have a successful career in film and television in 2014. Proofed and edited by over forty Hollywood professionals, the book covers the basics like headshots and resumes, but flows quickly into hundreds of more intricate and rarely revealed topics like audition protocols, how films are financed, how TV shows are created, how and where to network and where legitimate film and TV auditions are sourced. It is a tell-all of the insider secrets that author Kym Jackson spent nine years researching and compiling into this one resource guide for anyone hoping to navigate the rough seas of the film and TV industry.
The author Kym Jackson, Australian & US actress has offered our agency a discount price on this book.
If you would like to buy a copy, please contact us. We have them at the office for $30.00. This is $10 off the rrp. If we need to post it to you, postage will be $8.00.
This 350 page text is currently in over 80 bookstores around Australia.
Australian actor Mitchell Hope will play Ben, son of Belle and Beast, in ‘Descendants.’
Rowena Mohr and Mary-Ann Vale, agents at BMEG are thrilled to announce that MITCHELL HOPE has been cast as Ben in Disney’s “Descendants”.
“Disney Channel is tapping an Australian newcomer to play one of the lead roles in Descendants, a 2015 adventure-comedy movie that will focus on the sons and daughters of heritage Disney characters.
Melbourne-native Mitchell Hope, 19, will play Ben, the benevolent son of Beast and Belle from Beauty and the Beast who is poised to assume the throne of his contemporary kingdom.
Ben’s first action is to offer a chance at redemption to the trouble-making children of such classic villains as Cruella De Vil, Maleficent, the Evil Queen and Jafar. They will be allowed to attend prep school with the offspring of such heroes as Fairy Godmother, Sleeping Beauty, Rapunzel and Mulan and will have to decide whether to help their imprisoned parents return to power or work for the common good and save the kingdom.
Earlier this week, Dove Cameron of Disney Channel’s Liv and Maddie was cast as Mal, the daughter of Maleficent. She will also appear in the Disney Channel film Cloud 9 on Jan. 17.
Hope submitted an audition tape he made via his Australian agent.
“We were intrigued by Mitchell’s natural acting style, boyish charm and winning personality and when we brought him to Los Angeles to read opposite Dove, it was apparent that he embodied the inherent good nature of Ben and the sense of fairness that the character represents,” says Judy Taylor, who oversees casting at Disney Channel.
Kenny Ortega, who directed Disney’s High School Musical TV movies and feature film, will direct Descendants.” – USA Today.com
Children of Disney heroes and villains will attend school together in 2015 film
‘Liv and Maddie’s’ Dove Cameron will play Mal, the daughter of Maleficent
‘High School Musical’s’ Kenny Ortega will direct the film
“Redfern Now is the first drama series written, directed and produced by Indigenous Australians. The highly celebrated and multi award winning drama of 2012. Recipient of Most Outstanding Drama at this year’s TV Week Logie Awards, the critically acclaimed Redfern Now returns for another extraordinary season.” – http://www.abc.net.au/tv/programs/redfern-now/
So make sure you tune in and watch the deadly skills of BMEG’S: Rhimi Johnson Page, Sam Conway, Katherine Beckett and Richard Green.