Sarah Brightman, the world’s best-selling Soprano and UNESCO Artist for Peace Ambassador, has amassed sales of more than 30 million, receiving awards in over 40 countries and garnering over 1 billion streams worldwide. She originated the role of Christine Daaé in the world-renowned The Phantom of the Opera on both West End and Broadway stages and has performed at such prestigious events as the Concert for Diana, The Kennedy Center Honors and the Barcelona and Beijing Olympic Games. Sarah’s albums Eden, La Luna, Harem, Symphony and Dreamchaser were each chart-topping Billboard hits and were all accompanied by world tours. Her most recent full length studio album HYMN was released in 2018 and debuted at #1 on the Classical and Classical Crossover Billboard charts. The HYMN World Tour began in South America in September 2018 and concluded in her hometown of London, England in November 2019. Brightman has been recognized for her outstanding contribution to music and theatre with a ‘STAR’ on the world-renowned, majestic Hollywood Walk of Fame, in addition to receiving an Honorary Doctor of Arts (Hon DArt). In October 2022, Sarah entertained her first exclusive 3-night Las Vegas engagement at The Venetian Resort® with “A Starlight Symphony…An Evening with Sarah Brightman” before taking her holiday tour “A Christmas Symphony” internationally to Japan and Southeast Asia in November/December of 2022 for the very first time. Now an annual tradition, Sarah’s 2023 “A Christmas Symphony” tour will return to North America for 22 enchanting shows beginning in Laval (Montreal), Quebec on November 21st, and concluding on December 20th in Sugar Land, TX.
Tim Draxl is an actor and singer with a career spanning more than two decades.
Most recently he was seen in the SBS anthology television series Erotic Stories, for which he has received an AACTA Nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama series, and the lead role in ABC’s four-part musical drama In Our Blood, for which he has received both an AACTA Nomination for Best Lead Actor in a Drama Series and TV WEEK Logie Award Nomination for Most Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series.
On stage, Tim was most recently seen in Belvoir’s Into The Woods as ‘Cinderella’s Prince/ Wolf’ and in the role of ‘Steve Healy’ for the first overseas tour of Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pill produced by GWB. Other theatre credits include critically acclaimed Only Heaven Knows, Catch Me If You Can and Evie May (all for Hayes Theatre), Torch Song Trilogy (Darlinghurst Theatre Company), Lip Service, Mothers and Sons (Ensemble Theatre), Freeway – The Chet Baker Journey (Sydney Opera House, Melbourne Festival, Brisbane Festival), Nailed (Griffin Theatre Company), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Belvoir), The Sound Of Music (GFO) and She Loves Me (The Production Company).
Other television credits include anthology series Summer Love and critically acclaimed The Newsreader both for the ABC, hit series A Place to Call Home as series regular Henry Fox (FOXTEL), the Molly Meldrum telemovie Molly, the critically acclaimed series Serangoon Road, Reef Break, Mrs Biggs, Home & Away, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, Crownies, Day One, Tangle, Headland, Supernova, Dynasty: The Making of a Guilty Pleasure and The Shark Net.
Tim’s film work includes action film Blacklight alongside Liam Neeson, Guardians of the Tomb, directed by Kimble Rendall, A Few Best Men, Undocumented, Ivory, In My Sleep, Red Canyon, Right Here Right Now, Travelling Light, Swimming Upstream, and Dirty Deeds.
He received his first TV WEEK Logie Award Nomination for Most Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series in 2005 for The Shark Net and an ASTRA Award Nomination (later renamed The AACTA Awards) for Most Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Comedy for Supernova (2006). His one man show Tim Draxl in Concert was nominated for a Helpmann Award for Best Live Music Presentation in 2002 and has received several Sydney Theatre Award nominations for his cabaret and theatre shows winning the award for best cabaret production with Back For Seconds in 2006.
He has released four solo albums. ‘Ordinary Miracles’ and ‘Insongniac’ for Sony Music Australia under the Columbia label, the independently released ‘Tim Draxl Live at the Supper Club’ and ‘My Funny Valentine’ released through Ambition Entertainment/EMI which reached number 1 on the iTunes jazz charts.
Silvie Paladino has established herself as one of Australia’s most versatile and talented entertainers.
Her first theatrical role was Eponine in the Australasian tour of Les Misérables. She was then invited to perform the role in London. Five years later, she returned to London and performed the role of Fantine.
Silvie’s other Australasian credits include Grizabella in Cats, Ellen in Miss Saigon, Donna in Mamma Mia!, Florence in Chess, Clara in Stephen Sondheim’s Passion, Helen Bechdel in MTC’s Fun Home and more recently, the Fairy Godmother, in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella.
Silvie has appeared in concert with Patrizio Buanne, Michael Bolton and performed with celebrated theatre composers Stephen Schwartz and Stephen Sondheim. She is also well known to Australian audiences through her regular television appearances on Carols by Candlelight.
Since graduating from NIDA in 1978, Robert feels blessed to have worked so extensively in Australian theatre, film and television. Robert was most recently seen as ‘Admiral Boom and the Chairman of the Bank’ in the Australian tour of Mary Poppins. Before that he appeared in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as Grandpa Joe. He has delighted audiences in My Fair Lady as Alfred Doolittle for Opera Australia, for which he received a Helpmann nomination, played the title role in Ken Hill’s The Phantom of the Opera and captured everyone’s heart as Pop in We Will Rock You, which toured Australia and Japan and earned him a Helpmann Award for Best Male Actor in a Supporting Role. Other theatre credits include George, the boxing coach in Billy Elliot, Bob in Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Helpmann nomination), Singin’ in the Rain, Shane Warne the Musical, Moonshadow, Mame, the original Australian production of Sunset Boulevard, Rene Gallimard in M. Butterfly, Company, Wolf and Prince, in Into The Woods, The Resistible Rise of Artuo Ui, Enoch Arden (Green Room nomination), Egerman in A Little Night Music, and of course the 2001-2002/2009-2010 tours of MAMMA MIA! playing the role of Harry (Helpmann nomination). Robert has enjoyed playing Sir Humphrey in Yes, Prime Minister, the aging Mal in David Williamson’s Don Parties On, and was thrilled to be awarded the Sydney Theatre Award for his performance as Barry Fife in Strictly Ballroom the Musical.
Robert’s film credits include Waiting At The Royal, Paradise Road, fan favorite ‘Pig Killer’ in Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, ‘Inspector Morringer’ in Robbery Under Arms, Phar Lap, ‘Billy’ in Peter Weir’s Gallipoli, and ‘Frank Hawdon’ in My Brilliant Career for which he received the industry’s award for Best Supporting Actor.
One of Robert’s most memorable roles was Dr Geoff Standish in the popular TV series The Flying Doctors. Other credits include Mcleods Daughters, All Saints, Curtin, Mda, The Secret Life of Us, After The Deluge, Salem’s Lot, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, Reef Doctors, Howzat: Kerry Packer’s War, The Weatherman, Wentworth, Offspring, The Newsreader, ‘Detective Graves’ in Neighbours, and is still warmly remembered as Barry Boston in Seachange, and most recently as ‘Sgt Bill Kirby’ in the ABC’s nominated drama Savage River.
Robert feels absolutely delighted and honored to be playing in Sunset Boulevard again.
Sydney Theatre Award-winning actress Ashleigh Rubenach most recently played Nancy in the Australian premiere of Groundhog Day (GWB). Growing up on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, Ashleigh graduated with a Bachelor of Music Theatre from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). She has starred as Johanna in Sweeney Todd at the Sydney Opera House (Victorian Opera), Milo Davenport in An American in Paris (GWB), Billie Bendix in Nice Work If You Can Get It (MGP/Hayes Theatre Co) and Allison Vernon-Williams in Cry-Baby (LPD/Hayes Theatre Co). Other stage credits include Anything Goes (GFO/OA), The Sound of Music (GFO), My Fair Lady (OA), Funny Girl (SSO) and Muriel’s Wedding (Global Creatures). She also made her screen debut as Lissa in Seven Network’s Home and Away. Ashleigh is a Talent Development Project alumni and a proud member of MEAA Actors Equity.
A proud Wiradjuri man, Jarrod Draper was born in Orange and the first Indigenous graduate from the prestigious music theatre course at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA).
Most recently starring as Toulouse Lautrec in the Tony Award winning Moulin Rouge The Musical (Global Creatures), Jarrod was an original Australian Cast member, understudying the lead roles of Christian and Lautrec before being promoted to take over the role of Toulouse Lautrec as the first indigenous artist to play the role anywhere in the world.
Jarrod has been committed to breaking new ground as an indigenous Leading Man of the Australian Music Theatre industry and has also appeared in Stephen Sondheim’s 90th birthday celebration concert Sondheim on Sondheim, When the Rain Stops Falling as Andrew Price (Clovelly Fox Productions), the acclaimed Sydney Opera House production of Rent (LPD), Catch Me if You Can (Hayes Theatre Co) and in the sold-out season of his one-man show with Darlinghurst Theatre Company/People of Cabaret. Jarrod was also a top-six finalist in the inaugural 2020 Artists of Colour Initiative.
Regan graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2022 with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Theatre. Notable roles from her time at WAAPA included Lottie in Mack and Mabel, Mae in The Pajama Game and Dance Captain/Ensemble in Bright Star. Most recently she has been the Female Cover for Dog Man The Musical with CDP Theatre Productions. Regan also trained in TV and Film at Screenwise and received a Diploma of Musical Theatre at Brent Street. She is a talented and versatile triple threat performer and is incredibly excited to be joining the cast of Sunset Boulevard as it is her first big commercial debut. She would also love to extend her gratitude to her friends and family for their endless love, support and encouragement!
Most recently Amy was seen in Moulin rouge! The Musical and covered Nini. Her other theatre credits include; We Will Rock You Asia Tour, Rosie in Sweet Charity,Guys and Dolls – Havana girl cover, Chicago Australasian Tour 2009 swing, in 2010 she played June/Velma Cover, in 2019 she was Co-Dance Captain. Promises, Promises, World Premiere cast King Kong Live on Stage. She played Demeter in the 2014/15 South Korean, Singapore and Macau tours of Cats. Returning to South Korea to play Bombalurina and was subsequently thrilled to revive the role of Demeter for the Aus/NZ tour, for which she received a 2016 Green Room nomination. Kathy in Company. Funny Girl. Curtains. In 2017/18 she returned to Cats as Resident Choreographer. That same year she appeared in Oklahoma and The Boy From Oz. Her TV/Film credits include; Assistant Choreographer on the Australian film Boytown. Channel 7’s TV Turns 50 performing alongside Dancing With The Star’s judges and Foxtel’s The Singing Office (Lead Singer). Amy also stars in a corporate show called Cheek to Cheek a tribute to Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. astaireandrogers.com. Amy is delighted to be joining the cast of Sunset Boulevard and would like to thank her partner and family for their ongoing love and support.
A graduate of Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Billy was cast as Tony in Opera Australia’s 2024 production of West Side Story on Sydney Harbour. Prior to that he was in Opera Australia / GWB’s tour of Miss Saigon. Other credits include Candide, The Pirates of Penzance, Les Misérables (Australia and International), The Last Five Years and The Book of Mormon. Billy has performed alongside the likes of Jemma Rix, John Foreman and The Queensland Symphony Orchestra. In 2020 he developed and performed in his own cabaret show The Corner of Brisbane & Broadway.
A proud member of Actors Equity, Billy is thrilled to be a part of the Sunset company.
Tasmanian born and bred, Campbell is a graduate of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) Music Theatre Course. During his Three Years he played Mike Costa in A Chorus Line (dir. Crispin Taylor), Sam Carmichael in Mamma Mia (dir. Shaun Rennie) and Terry in Merrily We Roll Along (dir. Brent Hill). Campbell most recently appeared as a Swing in the 2023 run of Mamma Mia! Produced by Louise Withers and Associates (dir. Gary Young OAM). Other Credits include Come Play Cabaret (dir. John O’Hara, 2023), The Rocky Horror Show (2021) produced by John X Presents’ as well as Echelon Productions’ Story Quest (2022).
Benjamin is a graduate of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts holding a Bachelor of Arts (Music Theatre).
His theatrical credits include the 40th Anniversary tour of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, the national tour of Shrek The Musical, the 40th Anniversary international tour of CATS, the Australian premiere of Tim Minchin’s Groundhog Day and both the 2022 & 2023 Australian productions of The Old Vic’s A Christmas Carol. He most recently toured Australia in Cameron Mackintosh’s timeless classic Mary Poppins.
He also features in the 2020 documentary The Show Must Go On (Dramatic Forces & RUG).
Hailing from the Gold Coast, Grace discovered her love for singing at a young age after watching musical movies and singing in her school choir. This led her to pursue a career in the arts, where she most notably performed the lead role of Natasha in the Australian premiere of Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 (Darlinghurst Theatre Company).
Upon attaining her Diploma of Musical Theatre at NIDA, Grace went on to be cast as Shirley in Beautiful: The Carol King Musical (Matt Ward Productions), Eileen Evergreen in Nice Work if you Can Get It (MGP/ Hayes Theatre), Ensemble for Girl From the North Country (GWB Entertainment) and Rosalia in West Side Story (Opera Australia & GWB Entertainment ).
Grace is regularly working on her craft and has been recognised as a Top 10 Finalist for the Carmen Duncan Scholarship as well as the Runner Up for the Artist of Colour Initiative.
Most recently, Madison has been performing as a swing in the Australian premiere of Groundhog Day (GWB). Her other credits include Georgy Girl – The Seekers Musical (Richard East/Dennis Smith/Sue Farrelly), American Idiot (shake&stir theatre co./QPAC), Cats (RUG/GWB), Charlie and The Chocolate Factory (Crossroads Live), The Wedding Singer (David Venn Enterprises) and Titanic the Musical: In Concert (The Marrollo Project). She received a 2017 Green Room Award nomination for her performance in The Light in The Piazza (Life Like Company).
Madison is thrilled to be performing in Sunset Boulevard, which would not have been possible without Mum, Dad, Jennifer Peers and Ian White Management.
Paul graduated from the Ensemble Acting Studios in Sydney and has over 30 years experience on stage and screen.
His musical theatre credits include Joseph And The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (Really Useful Group), Elvis The Musical (GFO), the International tour of Les Miserables (Cameron Macintosh), Annie (GFO), The Wizard Of Oz (2001/GFO), the original Australian production of The Boy From Oz, the 10th Anniversary production of Les Miserables, The Full Monty (David Atkins/IMG), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (TML), Uncle Henry in The Wizard Of Oz (GFO), Glad Hand in the Aust/NZ/German tour of West Side Story (Opera Australia/GWB) and the Australian tour of Hairspray (Crossroads Live) as Wilbur Turnblad Standby.
Most recently Paul appeared in the critically acclaimed production of City Of Angels at The Hayes Theatre (Josh Robson Productions) as Buddy Fidler.
Theatre credits include Death Of A Salesman (Ensemble Theatre), All In The Timing (STC/Belvoir St), Mr Zero (Belvoir St). TV credits include Crimebroker, Home And Away, Water Rats and Deadly Women.
Paul has been Resident Director for The Boy From Oz (The Production Co) and the Perth/Brisbane seasons of West Side Story (Opera Australia/GWB).
Peter graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2022 with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Theatre, having previously attained his Diploma of Musical Theatre in 2019. Peter’s WAAPA credits include Jake in Side Show, Mr Baumann/ Mack Understudy in Mack & Mabel, Max/Vocal Captain in The Pajama Game, and Dr. Norquist/Ensemble in Bright Star. In 2021, he received WAAPA’s Finley Award for his contribution to “creating a spirit of ensemble”. Most recently, he made his professional stage debut in the ensemble of Moulin Rouge! The Musical, where he also covered and performed as Toulouse-Lautrec. Peter is a proud member of the MEAA. He is entirely grateful to his friends, family and teachers for their ongoing support.
With a professional career spanning 16 years, Leah’s credits include, Aladdin (Disney Theatrical Productions), RSC’s Matilda the Musical (Louise Withers&Assoc.), King Kong Live Onstage (Global Creatures) and Kismet (The Production Company).
Career highlights include being cast as Connie Wong, directed by Baayork Lee, creator of the role and Michael Bennett’s assistant, in A Chorus Line with the Australian tour (TML Enterprises) and with a British Company, for a Tel Aviv season. Other highlights involve performing original Jerome Robbins’ choreography in West Side Story (David Atkins Enterprises) and The King & I (GFO/Opera Australia). It was Cameron Mackintosh’s Miss Saigon (Louise Withers&Associates) that launched Leah’s fortunate career.
Since giving birth to her daughter in 2020, Leah has had the pleasure of appearing in Roger’s+Hammerstein’s Cinderella (OA/Crossroads) and Hayes Theatre Co’s Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. She is thrilled to be cast in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s, Sunset Boulevard.
Leah thanks her loving parents, husband and daughter for their unwavering support and credits her agent IWM Management.
Originally from Sydney, Mary McCorry (she/her) relocated to Melbourne after receiving the Nancye Hayes Scholarship in 2019 to study a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Music Theatre) at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA). Prior to this, Mary completed a Diploma of Musical Theatre at Brent Street from which she graduated with Honours. During her final year at VCA, Mary performed as Bertha Hunt in ‘The Hello Girls’ (dir. Jason Langley). Mary is the grateful recipient of the 2021 Ron and Margaret Dobell Foundation Music Theatre Award. In 2022, Mary played Linda Twist in the RGM Productions’ ‘Round the Twist’ workshop (dir. Simon Phillips). Mary is thrilled to be making her professional debut with Opera Australia and GWB Entertainment in Sunset Boulevard.
Born and raised in Tasmania, Charlotte is a proud 2023 graduate from the Queensland Academy of Excellence in Musical Theatre (QAEMT), formerly the Queensland Conservatorium. Throughout her studies, Charlotte had the pleasure of performing in productions of Grease, Heathers, 42nd Street, and played the leading role of Allison Vernon-Williams in her final year production of Cry Baby the Musical. Charlotte is delighted and honoured to be making her professional debut in Sunset Boulevard.
Morgan’s love for performing began at a young age from his classical training at the Youth Ballet Company of Western Australia (YBWA). He graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Theatre.
Theatre credits include Elder Harris/Pop Tarts in The Book of Mormon (GFO), Pierre/Babydoll Cover in Moulin Rouge! The Musical (Global Creatures), IQ in Hairspray (Crossroads Live) and We Will Rock You (GFO). Morgan was a finalist for the Rob Guest Endowment in 2017 and is a proud MEAA member.
Caity graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music Theatre, 2020.
Since graduating, Caity has hit the ground running as Ensemble (u/s Ballet Girls) in Billy Elliot (Matt Ward Entertainment), Betty (u/s Cynthia Weil) in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (Matt Ward Entertainment), Colette and Cagelle in La Cage Aux Folles (Showtune Productions) and was the Dance Captain and On-Stage Swing in Bonnie and Clyde (Josh Robson Productions).
Caity has received many Arts awards, all to which she used to train with Ann Reinking and The Verdon Fosse Legacy In New York City, as well as creating, producing, and performing in Caity Plummer ft. Jack Earle’s Big Band at the Jazz Lab in Melbourne.
Caity is proudly represented by Ian White Management.
Taylor began as a gymnast, being offered a spot in the National team. After six years of training in dance, singing, and acting at Patrick School of the Arts, he made his Musical Theatre debut in ‘La Cage Aux Folles in 2014. Taylor then played Bill Bailey in ‘Cats’ The Musical’s 2015/16 AUS/NZ tour, followed by ‘Lord of the Flies’ in Melbourne. Returning to ‘Cats’ in 2017/18 as Dance Captain/Swing, he later starred as Mike Teavee in ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,’ prior returning to his Dance Captain duties for the South Korea leg of ‘Cats’ for 2020/21. In 2022/23, he performed as the Assistant Dance Captain/Offstage Swing for ‘Mary Poppins the Musical’.
Tom won the prestigious Australian Cabaret Showcase in 2009 before coming to wider national attention as a star finalist on Channel Ten’s I Will Survive. He subsequently toured his one-man shows Que Sera Sharah, It’s Raining Me and That 90’s Show to sell-out theatre and festival seasons all around Australia.
Tom has toured Australia and internationally in musicals such as Muriel’s Wedding, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Shrek, American Psycho, 9 to 5 and The Wedding Singer. He has performed at the Hayes Theatre in The Drowsy Chaperone, Only Heaven Knows, Half Time, Anyone Can Whistle and If/Then. Tom most recently starred opposite Marcia Hines in the Australian tour of Velvet Rewired.
Lisa is an accomplished performer, choreographer and dance teacher. Since graduating from WAAPA she has worked continuously adding drama and many musical theatre credits to her name. Most recently, Lisa has appeared as Miss Lark in Mary Poppins and Mrs. Wilkinson in Billy Elliot as well as performing in national seasons of Mamma Mia, Les Misérables, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and The Addams Family. She also toured Australia and New Zealand in an earlier production of Mary Poppins. Other credits include the role of Helene in Sweet Charity at The Hayes and for The Production Company, she has appeared in the highly acclaimed The Boy From Oz, Guys and Dolls, Call Me Madam and as Zelda Zanders in Singin’ In The Rain. Other musical theatre credits include The Pajama Game, The Producers, Respect –The Musical and Grease: The Arena Spectacular for which she won the Green Room Award for Best Supporting Actress playing the role of Frenchy, with a solo opposite John Farnham. Lisa’s film/TV and theatre credits include Love (for Hothouse Theatre and Malthouse) and Wil.
Troy has worked for over 35 years as a professional performer and in those years, he has been one of the most prolific artists in the industry, working throughout Australasia and the West End. Most recently he was seen in the VO production of Candide, Theatre credits include Original Australian & recent OA Phantom of the Opera. Aladdin, Who’s your Baghdaddy, 25th Anniversary Concert of Jekyll & Hyde,Les Miserables (Original & 10th Anniversary, Australia & West End, London), City of Angels, Passion, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to theForum, The Pirates of Penzance, Mary Poppins, Donmar Warehouse’s Guys and Dolls,Mame, Sweet Charity, Mack andMabel, The Drowsy Chaperone, We Will Rock You, The Witches of Eastwick, Noises Off, Jolson , Miss Saigon, The Secret Garden, Hair, Honk!, Chang andEng.
Born and raised in Adelaide and a graduate of WAAPA, Riley has most recently performed as ensemble and understudy Sam/Bill/Harry and Father Alex in Mamma Mia! (LWAA), understudy Bobby Darin and ensemble in Dream Lover (GFO), ensemble in Catch Me if You Can (Hayes Theatre), understudy Peter van Leden and ensemble in Madiba the Musical (Prestige Presents), Rapunzel’s Prince and the Steward in Into the Woods (Harvest Rain), understudy Princeton/Rod and ensemble/swing in Avenue Q (Enmore Theatre), Williamson in a staged workshop of Between Worlds (ATYP) and he toured Sydney and Perth as Edward in Worlds Apart (Echelon Productions). Riley has also been one of The Ten Tenors, touring throughout Australia, the United States, Thailand, and Brazil. Riley is proudly represented by Ian White Management.
Dean graduated from WAAPA with a Bachelor of Arts (Musical Theatre) in 2002. His credits include: Judge Turpin in Sweeney Todd; Ensemble in Cinderella; Dr Kitchell in Bells Are Ringing; Mr Braithwaite in Billy Elliot; Standby Jafar/Sultan in Aladdin; Wreck in Wonderful Town; Sergeant of Police in The Pirates of Penzance; Bobby/Giorgio in Sondheim on Sondheim; Officer Krupke in West Side Story; The Narrator in Into the Woods; Mr Marks/Scott in The Producers; Mayor of Merano in Chess; Stan in Promises, Promises; Plato/Macavity in Cats; Smokey in Damn Yankees; Fogarty/Judge in Chicago (Green Room Award – Ensemble Performance); Pancrazio in The Venetian Twins; Sheriff Vallon in Show Boat; Ensemble in Evita; and the World Premiere productions of Dirty Dancing as Stan, King Kong – Live On Stage as Zekey and Priscilla Queen of the Desert. Dean also played Munkustrap in Harvest Rain’s record-breaking Arena production of Cats. Dean played Gangle in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Love Never Dies (Green Room Nomination) and features in the hugely successful film version of the production. He can be heard on the Original Cast Recordings of Dirty Dancing, Priscilla Queen of the Desert and Love Never Dies.
Most recently Dean appeared as the Ringmaster in Scandalous – A Cheeky Cabaret Circus.