Victoria's passion for the arts and entertainment was born in Adelaide, nurtured in Sydney, and is now being further fuelled in Melbourne. Working as producer and talent manager, she has learnt from some of the best in the business and worked with international artists of the highest calibre. If she's not blasting musical theatre soundtracks at her desk and drinking litres of tea, Victoria can be found enjoying a good glass of red or watching Cary Grant movies, but most likely, she's seeing a show somewhere...
On opening night of Disney's Aladdin in Melbourne, the audience were standing more than they were sitting! The multi award nominated stage musical by Alan Menken (Music), Howard Ashman (co-lyricist), Tim Rice (co-lyricist), and Chad Beguelin (Book and co-lyricist); based on the Award Winning Disney film written by Ron Clements, John Musker, Ted Elliott, and Terry Rossio; is a triumph of sights and sounds.BWW Review: DIVA MOMENTS at The Alex Theatre March 9, 2017
With simplya grand piano and a pair of killer stilettos, 4'11' performer Christina Bianco from New York is a total diva...in the best way! With a voice to die for and masterful impressions that brought audiences to their feet (twice), Bianco's show is an ode to our favourite pop, jazz, and broadway divas.BWW Review: LADIES IN BLACK is a New Australian Triumph at the Regent Theatre March 1, 2017
Tim Finn's new musical Ladies in Black is critically acclaimed and award-winningand it deserves it all and more. Returning to Melbourne for an encore season, this wonderful musical is based on Madeleine St John's 1993 novel, The Women in Black, and has been excellently brought to the stage by Australian screenwriter Carolyn Burns and director Simon Phillips (Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Love Never Dies).BWW Review: THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG at Comedy Theatre February 27, 2017
The Play That Goes Wrong starts subtly with a member of the audience brought up on stage to lend a hand to two hopeless stage technicians, Trevor and Annie. They are setting the stage for a performance of Murder at Haversham Manor by the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society. With fireplace mantles falling down and doors that won't close (and then won't open), we are introduced to the slapstick nature of the show.BWW Interview: Christina Bianco of DIVA MOMENTS at The Alex Theatre February 13, 2017
BWW caught up with acclaimed YouTube sensation, Christina Bianco as she prepares to perform her hit solo show DIVA MOMENTS at The Alex Theatre St Kilda and The Hayes Theatre in Sydney. It couldn't be harder to put into words an interview with the effervescent star as she launches into her famous impressions left right and centre but here's what she had to say:BWW Review: THE BOOK OF MORMON at Princess Theatre February 6, 2017
What do you get when you put the creators of South Park and Avenue Q in a room together to write a musical? The Book of Mormon. A musical about a pair of young Mormons, off on their 2 year mission to convert the African people.BWW Review: THE NURSERY WEB at The Butterfly Club February 3, 2017
As the years go by, Cirque du Soleil set the bar higher and higher for circus around the world. Kooza is an interesting glance backwards into a more classic and traditional time of circus.BWW Review: SEMINAR at The Loft, Chapel Off Chapel November 14, 2016
Lights up on a scattered stage and one lonely girl walking slowly towards centre stage. Such an unassuming entrance for what became a spectacular evening of impressive feats of the human body and ingenious light illusions. A glorious combination of theatre and visual art.BWW Review: AVENUE Q is the Funniest Street in Melbourne August 4, 2016
Avenue Q is still kicking on and inciting riotous laughs from every audience member who stops by the little New York street that could.