MEET THE ALUMNI
Elandrah began her dance training at Patrick Studios Australia at age 18, she then moved on to study Musical Theatre at Patrick Studios Australia to expand her training in the Performing Arts, under the supervision of Andrew Hallsworth.
The following year she landed the lead role, Felicia Farrell, in the Australian Premiere Musical, MEMPHIS. Her other dance credit include events such as: Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, NBL Launch Event, Nitro Athletics, NAB Ball and Elly Lukas Ball to name a few. In February 2018 Elandrah released her first Ep, alongside James Elmer (ABC3, AGT, SYTYCD), who together have formed the new upcoming Urban Duo, 90/10, and are currently working on more original music to release this year.Most recent Theatre credits include Bring It On the Musical, Aladdin and Kiss of the Spiderwoman for Melbourne Theatre Company.
Karli toured across America & Canada as the lead Alex Owens in Flashdance the Musical. Other credits include, 42nd Street, The Pyjama Game, The Music Man, West Side Story ( where she won the Broadway World Award for best supporting actress).
Karli is very grateful for her training at Patrick Studios Australia, and her college the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC. Her most recent theatre credits include the role of Anita in West Side Story for Opera Australia and Dance Captain, Swing and understudy for Nini for Moulin Rouge Broadway.
Our very own Musical Theatre director Andrew Hallsworth recommended Nick for an audition in the Swan Song Tour. He was successful, and subsequently toured the UK, where he became the youngest Musical Director ever on the West End.
Nick has gone on to star in productions of ‘The King and I’, ‘Anything Goes’, ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’, ‘Cinderella’ and ‘Robin Hood’, in addition to a role in the film ‘Mamma Mia 2’. He has also appeared on ‘The Voice’ and ‘The 150 Year Television Special’ and is currently in the process of recording his first single.
Taylor has trained in all styles of dance, singing and acting for 6 years at Patrick Studios Australia. In 2015, he made his Musical Theatre debut in ‘La Cage Aux Folles’ for The Production Company. He was then cast as Bill Bailey/Mr Mistoffelees cover in ‘Cats’ The Musical’s 2015/16 Australian/New Zealand tour. Taylor then ventured overseas again to perform in ‘Viva La Broadway’ in Macau before joining the cast of Matthew Bourne’s ‘Lord of the Flies’ in his hometown of Melbourne. He was also Dance Captain for ‘Cats’ The Musical’s 2017/2018 Asia Tour.
Taylor’s most recent theatre credits include cast of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and is Swing/Dance Captain for CATS The Musical’s 2020 tour of South Korea.
Theatre credits since include Derek Bell in The Girlie Show (La Mama Theatre/Tunks Productions), Funny Girl (The Production Company), Understudy Rudolpho in the Australian/NZ tour of Matilda The Musical (RSC/ Louise Withers and Associates), Farrah/Young Bernadette in Priscilla: Queen of the Desert (Michael Cassel Group) and most recently the 2019-20 Australian tour of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (GFO). Adam’s cabaret credits include successful seasons of The Last Five Queers (Midwinta Festival), one-man shows There Was A Boy… and Songs For Girls (Chapel Off Chapel) and the lead role in the world premiere of The Muse, a one man song cycle by Shanon Whitelock (Chapel Off Chapel/ Melbourne Fringe).
Adam is also the co-author, co-producer and lead actor in the new Australian feature film Spencer, directed by Martyn Park, which made its world premiere as the Opening Night film at the PRIDE Queer Film Festival 2020. Adam is a proud member of MEAA.