Matthew completed his Diploma of Musical Theatre at WAAPA in 2018 and his Bachelor of Arts (Honours) at Curtin University in 2020. Matthew’s Musical Theatre credits include The Producers (Leo, 2021, Finley Award – Best Actor in a Musical) Mamma Mia! (Sky, 2021) and Zealous Productions’ The Addams Family (Lurch, 2021).
Morgan is excited to don her frizzy purple hair and morbid sense of humour for Zealous Productions’ The Addams Family. Her most notable credits include Meg Giry in The Phantom of the Opera (US Tour), Marry Harry (Off-Broadway) and her co-written cabaret: New York, New York?. When not on stage she enjoys brewing and drinking hot concoctions from her tea collection, like a Grandma… @morgan.marlene
A seasoned international entertainer, Adam is a true Jack-of-all-Trades in the performing arts. Whether he’s performing in a main-stage musical, fronting a big band, or capturing moments behind the camera, Adam has over a decade of professional experience that he is thrilled to be able to share with the flourishing performing arts community here in Perth.
Tory Kendrick graduated with her Advanced Diploma in Performing Arts in 2020. Since then, she has appeared in ‘We Will Rock You,’ ‘The Boy From Oz,’ ‘The Summer of Our Lives,’ ‘Legally Blonde,’ ‘The Little Mermaid,’ ‘Mamma Mia,’ ‘Cinderella, ‘Grease’ and ‘Somebody to Love.’ She is delighted to be a swing on this production of The Addams Family.
Lachlan is a local performer/writer who has been involved in numerous productions around Perth. He has a Diploma and BA in Music Theatre from WAAPA, where he played a variety of roles in his 4 years there. His most recent production with Zealous was Cinderella, where he played Dandini.
Allen has been an active member of the Perth theatre community for the past twenty-five years.
He has appeared in and choreographed a diverse range of productions such as “Singin’ in The Rain”, “Mamma Mia”, “Forbidden Broadway”, “Stepping Out”, “The Boy from Oz”, “Chicago”, “The Witches of Eastwick”, “Evita”, “Young Frankenstein”, and “Xanadu”.