Biographies from the Your Text Here showcase
DANIEL MROCKI as "Michael"
Daniel is more likely to be
spotted on the comedy circuit around Melbourne, performing in
various comedy shows for the Melbourne International Comedy
Festival, in productions such as his self-penned and co-directed
The Superfluous Third Nipples - No Scruples. He has, however,
also ventured into the realms of serious theatre, with roles
in Jeckyl & Hyde - A Modern Tale, Aladdin and
Not content with just theatre,
Daniel has also played roles in various short films, including
the 2004 short film Negative, written and directed by
James Wan and Leigh Whannel, the Melbourne team responsible for
the recent US hit film, Saw.
PERRI CUMMINGS as
Since graduating from James
Cook University in Performing Arts sometime last century, Perri
has performed in, produced and worked on over 50 plays. She was
a founding member of Tropic Line Theatre Company and worked
with the company as an ensemble member for 6 ½ years before
moving to Melbourne and starting Gorgeous Productions.
Working to produce, publicise and perform in 9 plays for the
company including: playing Jean Harlow in The Beard at
The Lounge, Anne/Mrs Loop in Futz, at the Brunswick Mechanics
Institute, Sarah in Francis Kiss at Chapel off Chapel
and Woman in Last Post for the Melbourne Fringe Festival,
directed by Catherine Hill.
Most recent work includes Cordelia/
Fool in King Lear and Hermia/First Fairy/Wall, in A
Midsummer Nights Dream and Head Witch/Lady Macduff in Macbeth
for Ozact as well as Mole, in Wind in the Willows in the
Botanical Gardens for Australian Shakespeare Company. She has
also been in Daniel Shlussers' production of The Visit,
a series of French plays at the Store Room, the Mono Fest
at the Universal and adapted Report to the Academy by
Franz Kafka into a one woman show.
She has appeared in many TV
shows including, Neighbours, Blue Heelers, Secret Life of
Us and Stingers, as well as several short and student
films. Perri directed her first play Uncle Scorpion at
the Store Room last year and is currently studying Screenwriting
MATTHEW GREEN as "Gregory"
Matthew's theatre credits are
many and varied, from playing the role of "Nick" in
the acclaimed play Friday Night Drinks to performing in
the musical theatre production of Eureka: The Musical.
Other theatre credits include Eurobeat for the Melb Comedy
Festival, Broadway Fever and Back to Broadway for Jason
Parker, Ozmade Musicals for Magnormus Productions and
South Pacific for The Production Company.
Screen appearances include
the Harness Racing Victoria TVC and Actors Inc.'s "Showreel"
with Jan Russ.
Matthew has trained extensively
with many of Melbourne's leading drama teachers/studios, including
Bruce Alexander, Richard Sarell, Louise Talmadge, Philip Quast,
Shawn Murphy and Tony McGill. Matthew was also a member of Actors
Inc. and is currently training with Red Stitch Theatre under
the tutulage of Justin Hocking.
Matthew's next Melbourne stage
appearance will be in September 2005 in Oklahoma! at the