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Josh Stent

Josh Stent

Josh has had a passion and love for the Arts ever since seeing his first musical The Secret Garden at age 5. Originally from New Zealand, Josh graduated from The McDonald College of Performing Arts in Sydney in 2007 and then went on to train in classical voice at The Sydney Conservatorium of Music. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Music Theatre) from The Western Australian Academy Of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in 2011 and has performed in La Cage aux Folles (Quirky Productions) and as Margaret Mead in Hair (Stage Art), both as part of the 2013 Midsumma Festival and subsequent Victorian 'Summer of Love' tour. Josh has also worked extensively in travel and events with highlights including co-hosting Flight Centre's The 48 Hour Destination on Channel 10 and creative directing and producing the cabaret concert tour of Golden Oldies - A Night of Classic Broadway Tunes, as well as OzBroadway, which helped raised funds for the The Victorian Actors' Benevolent Trust.




MOST POPULAR ARTICLES

LAST 30 DAYS

BWW Interview: Producer Nathan Alexander About Darkfield PhotoBWW Interview: Producer Nathan Alexander About Darkfield
Posted: May. 23, 2022


LAST 365 DAYS

BWW Review: FROZEN at Her Majesty's Theatre PhotoBWW Review: FROZEN at Her Majesty's Theatre
Posted: Jul. 14, 2021


BWW Review: MOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL at Regent Theatre PhotoBWW Review: MOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL at Regent Theatre
Posted: Nov. 27, 2021


BWW Review: MAGIC MIKE LIVE at The Arcadia, Birrarung Marr PhotoBWW Review: MAGIC MIKE LIVE at The Arcadia, Birrarung Marr
Posted: Jul. 7, 2021


BWW Review: NEXT TO NORMAL at Chapel Off Chapel PhotoBWW Review: NEXT TO NORMAL at Chapel Off Chapel
Posted: Mar. 20, 2022


BWW Review: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS at The Australian Shakespeare Company PhotoBWW Review: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS at The Australian Shakespeare Company
Posted: Jan. 13, 2022


BWW Review: INTO THE WOODS at Meat Market PhotoBWW Review: INTO THE WOODS at Meat Market
Posted: Jan. 23, 2022


BWW Review: RECKO?NING TE WAIATA PAIHERE WAIRUA -THE SOUNDS OF WOVEN SOULS  at Melbou PhotoBWW Review: RECKO?NING TE WAIATA PAIHERE WAIRUA -THE SOUNDS OF WOVEN SOULS at Melbourne Fringe Festival 2021
Posted: Oct. 16, 2021


BWW Interview: Producer Nathan Alexander About Darkfield
May 23, 2022

Melbourne, prepare to be thrilled and put on edge at Darkfield! Incorporating four different immersive theatre experiences you will be taken on a spine-chilling journey in complete darkness, using multi-sensory audio.

BWW Review: NEXT TO NORMAL at Chapel Off Chapel
March 20, 2022

Originally premiering on Broadway in 2009, Next to Normal was nominated for 11 Tony Awards of which it won three, including for Best Original Score. It was also awarded the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, an award that only ten musicals have received in the 105-year history of The Pulitzer Prizes.

BWW Interview: Glenn Elston OAM on PETER QUINCE PRESENTS: A MIDSUMMER MECHANICAL'S DREAM at Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne
March 6, 2022

Given the current devasting world events, A Midsummer Mechanical's Dream sounds like the perfect show to take our minds of what is happening. The fact that you can watch it in Melbourne's Royal Botanical Gardens as the sun sets and the stars come out, is the cherry on the top.

BWW Review: INTO THE WOODS at Meat Market
January 23, 2022

Into the Woods was vocally sublime and featured a refreshingly diverse range of performers

BWW Review: SEX, LIES & BETRAYAL - MEMOIRS OF A HOLLYWOOD STAR at Tusk High Bar
January 17, 2022

Are you after a night of intrigue, beauty, betrayal, and debauchery? Given current world events I am sure the answer is yes! JTM productions presentation of Sex, Lies & Betrayal – Memoirs of a Hollywood Star is therefore the show for you.

BWW Review: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS at The Australian Shakespeare Company
January 13, 2022

The outdoor setting at the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne is a highlight of Shakespeare Under the Stars. Watching a Shakespearean play amidst nature, while the sun sets on a hot summer day and the sky transitions to night, is pure magic.

BWW Review: MOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL at Regent Theatre
November 27, 2021

Melbourne, Moulin Rouge! The Musical is Majestic, Marvellous, Magical and Mesmerising!

BWW Review: RECKŌNING TE WAIATA PAIHERE WAIRUA -THE SOUNDS OF WOVEN SOULS at Melbourne Fringe Festival 2021
October 16, 2021

After winning four Melbourne Fringe Awards last year, including Best Emerging Indigenous Artist, RECKŌNING Te Waiata Paihere Wairua -The Sounds of Woven Souls is back at this year’s Melbourne Fringe Festival, as part of the “Best of 2020”

BWW Review: FROZEN at Her Majesty's Theatre
July 14, 2021

With forty-five tonnes of flying scenery, 145 wigs and 440 beautifully handmade costumes, one of which features 14,000 beads and crystals, you are guaranteed to leave Her Majesty's Theatre feeling wowed!

BWW Review: MAGIC MIKE LIVE at The Arcadia, Birrarung Marr
July 7, 2021

After opening to glowing reviews in Sydney, Channing Tatum's Magic Mike Live has arrived in Melbourne to mesmerize admires of the male physique in the world's largest spiegeltent, The Arcadia. While this 90-minute male review has a R18+ rating and definitely seduces and titillates, it also empowers women, and features fantastic dancing, burlesque, aerial and circus performances, giving ticket holders a great 'bang' for their buck.

BWW Review: THE MUSIC OF THE NIGHT – THE SONGS OF ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER at Chapel Off Chapel
May 14, 2021

Absolutely Sensational... 5 out of 5...You will not be disappointed!

BWW Feature: SUDDENLY: A Short New Musical
May 11, 2021

While the majority of Melbournians, myself included, spent a large portion of 2020 stuck at home pondering the meaning of life, Jordie Race-Coldrey (director, composer, lyricist and co-writer) and Dean Gild (creative producer and co-writer) created a musical made specifically for screen!

BWW Review: SEASONS IN BLAK BOX at Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria
May 10, 2021

Seasons In Blak Box is a unique storytelling experience that will leave you better informed, appreciative and more fascinated about the land on which we live.

BWW Review: THE WEDDING SINGER at Athenaeum Theatre
May 4, 2021

If you liked the movie The Wedding Singer ... you will fall head over heels in love with the musica

BWW Review: MATADOR at Her Majesty's Theatre
April 30, 2021

Matador is playing as part of Midsumma Festival 2021 and is on at Her Majesty’s Theatre until 2nd May.

BWW Review: DRUMMER QUEENS at The Comedy Theatre
April 29, 2021

What Riverdance did for Irish Dancing... Drummer Queens does for drumming. Look out world “Here Come the Drums”!

BWW Feature: THE AUSTRALIAN MUSICAL THEATRE FESTIVAL
April 28, 2021

'Come and meet those dancing feet, on LAUNCESTON'S avenues I’m taking you to, 42nd St!'

BWW Review: DOLLY DIAMOND'S STAR FOR A NIGHT at Chapel Off Chapel
April 24, 2021

Through the magic that only ‘real-life’ live television can bring, Dolly Diamond rescues ‘real-life’ contestants from their mundane existence and transforms them into their favourite music icons. Presented by Adam Lowe Group and proudly supported by the City of Stonnington, as part of this year’s Midsumma Festival.

BWW Review: CHESS THE MUSICAL at Regent Theatre
April 24, 2021

If you are after a night of ‘80s electric power ballads that are infused with a theatrically dramatic orchestral score, then StoreyBoard Entertainment’s semi-staged concert revival of Chess The Musical is the show for you!

BWW Review: Opening Gala at The Brunswick Ballroom
March 9, 2021

The opening of a new live performance venue during a worldwide pandemic may at first seem like an oxymoron…. However The Brunswick Ballroom defies the odds and truly proves that the live performance scene in Melbourne is back in business baby! This recently refurbished Sydney Road venue, located in the old Metropolis Hotel, has been spectacularly re-envisioned with inspiration drawn from the iconic 90's Prahran music institution The Continental Cafe. The Brunswick Ballroom truly is a ' diamond in the rough' with its grand staircase leading up to the ballroom and the magnificent stained glass domes that evoke Australian artist Leonard French's work. It is sure to have a long future ahead of it as one of Melbourne's premier live performance venues, enriching Melbourne audiences with an eclectic array of domestic and international cabaret, music and comedy.



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