As part of the 2018 Midsumma Festival, this unstoppable pop concert is packed with more than 20 smash hits from the 1990s. Pumped with nostalgia, laughs, and song and dance tributes, Spice Up Your Life is the ultimate 90s experience! One Night Only – January 20 @ Chapel off Chapel.
Supported by a live band, this feel good, fun and fresh concert will include your favourite music icons The Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears, Shania Twain, Kylie Minogue, The Spice Girls, and many more! This is one summer show you must experience!
Tickets Limited! Book Online – www.goo.gl/Tg5SrJ
The cast includes Nik Murillo (Memphis), James Terry (Motown Live), Jacqueline Irvine (Cover Girls), Alexia Brinsley (Gilligan’s Island), Rachel Bronca (Cover Girls) and Finn Alexander (Assassins)
NIK MURILLO – Colombian born and Canadian raised, Nik Murillo is a graduate of Canada’s leading Music Theatre Performance program at Sheridan College. Joining Mirvish Enterprises in 2015, Murillo has had the pleasure of working on the Canadian premiere productions of Kinky Boots, Disney’s Newsies and The Wizard of Oz in marketing and PR. Following his Australian debut in StageArt’s Memphis, Murillo staged his solo cabaret with Something Blue Productions. Other Credits include Benjamin in Joseph..Dreamcoat, Parade in Concert, The Jungle Book.
JAMES TERRY – James is a leading practitioner in film production, photography and event production in the theatre industry. Recent credits include The Book of Mormon, Disney’s Aladdin, and Kinky Boots. Producer of TheatrePeople Sings, Melbourne’s most popular Musical Theatre industry night, and Take the Mic Australia which has embraced more than 1,000 performers in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane through various events and productions. James’ professional debut was in Beauty and The Beast (Jason Coleman). Previous credits include MTGV award Best Production, Legally Blonde (Warner), nomination Best Leading Male, Joseph and… Dreamcoat (Joseph) commendation Best Supporting Male, Footloose (Willard Hewitt) and Best Dancer in Pippin (Ensemble).
JACQUELINE IRVINE – Graduate of Music Theatre at the Arts Academy, Ballarat, Irvine’s highlight performances at the academy include 42nd Street (Maggie Jones), Parade (Essie), and Sing Happy (Sally Bowles). Since graduating, Jacqueline has debuted the role of ‘Dotty’ in the Australian production of Lizard of Oz (Crow Crow Productions) and travelled on Royal Caribbean and Celebrity cruise ships with Smart Arts Entertainment. Other credits include The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (CGTC), Book Week (Echelon), and Eurovision (Choreographer).
RACHEL BRONCA – Rachel completed her Bachelor of Arts (Music Theatre) at the University of Ballarat Arts Academy, under the tuition of David Wynen (Billy Elliot), and Tom Hodgson (Resident Choreographer Once and Matilda), performing in Sweet Charity (Charity, Frug lead), Nine (Claudia), and Working (Enid). Rachel is one third of a trio called The Cover Girls, performing a comedy cabaret with music from the 40-60’s, as Guest Entertainers on P&O and Princess Cruise Lines, nationally and internationally. Other credits include StageArt’s Saturday Night Fever (Stephanie cover) Altona City Theatre’s The Wedding Singer (Linda) and (Geelong) Footlight’s Production of My Fair Lady and Miss Saigon (Gigi).
ALEXIA BRINSLEY – Alexia performs frequently around Australia in the corporate entertainment group “The Cover Girls” as a performer and choreographer. The girl group has recently signed on as a guest entertainers performing on cruise ships internationally including original cabaret shows “Head over heels” and “Hit me with your best shot”. Other credits include, Spelling Bee (Vic Theatre, Choreographer), Pr!ck The Musical (Melb Comedy Fest), Once Upon A Pantomine (Palais Theatre) and Saturday Night Fever (StageArt)
FINN ALEXANDER – During his time at WAAPA (2017), he had the pleasure of playing Reverend Hale in The Crucible (Dir. Crispin Taylor), Angel in Rent (Dir. Adam Mitchell) and Amos in Chicago (Dir. Crispin Taylor and Chor. Michael Ralph) as well as dance ensemble roles in Bring It On the Musical (Dir. Jay James Moody and Chor. Michael Ralph) and 42nd st (Dir. Jason Langley and Chor. Lisa O’dea). In 2018, Alexander will play the role of Balladeer in Black Swan Theatre Company’s 2018 production of Assassins (Dir: Roger Hodgeman).