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...
20 years after a?oeWho's Afraid of the Working Class?a?? premiered at the Melbourne Workers Theatre, the same group of exceptional writers have come back together to hold the mirror back up to our country with Anthem. Shining the light once again on every day acts of defiance and resilience, their new work gives deserved spotlight to real stories of identity and ownership in a time when the nation refuses to recognise either.BWW Review: THE BEAUTIFUL GAME at Chapel Off Chapel September 27, 2019
This year at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Tom Ballard (Tonightly, three-time pretend Tony Jones) presents #KWANDA, a satirical play with a very cheeky resemblance to ABC's Q&A. It's a show so entertaining and so funny, you might even #tweet about it.BWW Review: WEST SIDE STORY at Arts Centre Melbourne April 10, 2019
I grew up listening to West Side Story, studying its iconic choreography and performing these numbers myself in community theatre shows as young musical enthusiast. It was a dream to finally see this show performed in a professional capacity by an Australian cast and let me tell you, it was well worth the wait.BWW Review: MURIEL'S WEDDING THE MUSICAL is a Triumph in Melbourne March 24, 2019
I can tell you with every fibre of my being that you will never truly experience a show like this. You'll completely lose the plot, quite literally and figuratively. Briefs Factory and Auspicious Projects presents this weird, wacky and wonderful rock cabaret that pokes fun of the political, social and environmental messes of today's world. Leave reality at the door because you're about to be taken on a wild, nonsensical ride.BWW Interview with the creative team of MAD WORLD, the immersive theatrical experience. January 15, 2019
BWW Interview with the creative team of MAD WORLD, the immersive theatrical experience returning in 2019 for a limited season in Melbourne.BWW Review: EVITA at State Theatre December 11, 2018