Stacey-Louise is a seasoned performer, musician, director and choreographer having been involved in a plethora of productions over the years around the State. She holds a Bach. Arts (Music Theatre) and is a private vocal coach and piano teacher. Her musical direction credits have most recently included Rent , The Songs of Ahrens $ Flaherty, Doorstep Arts’ Victorian Season of Next to Normal (Assistant MD), High Fidelity (Assistant MD), Hondo In Concert: One Night Only, Thoroughly Modern Millie and two productions of Spring Awakening.

For four years, Stacey-Louise was the Creative Director of ACTion Youth Theatre, fuelling her passion to inspire and drive young performers to go beyond just “singing the dots”. Following this, Stacey-Louise became a tutor at APO Arts Academy, specialising in Musical Theatre History and Ensemble Voice as well as working as a resident repetiteur.

Her most recent performance credits include Iola Stover in the Parade presented at the Malthouse theatre and Eponine in Les Miserables directed by Christopher Parker. Stacey-Louise is a member of the critically acclaimed Australian corporate vocal trio The Swing Sisters, which she has toured extensively with over the past four years, performing at a range of prestigious events. As a musician, Stacey-Louise works consistently throughout each year with a wide range of theatre companies as both a pianist and flute player taking great pride in her experiences playing alongside many of Melbourne’s finest and most respectable musicians.