James Scott - Actor/Director
James Scott has over 20 years’ experience as a performer, director and actor-trainer. He first trained at the Actor's College of Theatre and Television in Sydney, and later completed a Master of Arts Practice in acting with Charles Sturt University. Some of his favourite roles include Langley in Lies, Love & Hitler (2010, 2014), John Proctor in The Crucible (2004), Chopin in A Longing Heart (2010-11) and Vladimir in Waiting for Godot (2000). Recent screen credits include Muse (2011) and the award-winning Blue World Order (2012). Over the years, James has directed numerous stage productions, including Macbeth (2014), Secrets Every Smart Traveller Should Know (2013), Love 11 (2012) and After Dinner Suites (2011) for CADA Studio Productions. He has also used his talents in radio broadcasting, comedy, and a range of corporate work.
Brendan Kelly - Actor
Brendan is a Canberra-based actor. He has performed in theatre, film and advertising in leading and supporting roles. He has attained an Advanced Diploma in Performance from his studies at CADA. He has in recent years appeared on stage as Christopher Wren in The Mousetrap (Queanbeyan City Council, 2012), Francis Flute in A Midsummer Nights’ Dream (Queanbeyan City Council, 2013), and on screen as the Student in Blow Up (Christian Doran/John Frohlich, 2012), and an undead Zombie in Me and My Mates vs the Zombie Apocalypse (Declan Shrubb/Sanguineti Media).
Scott Bowcher - Actor
Scott Bowcher walked into the acting world at the age of 19, he then started his training at age 21 and since then hasn't looked back. Since graduating from Canberra Academy of Dramatic Art with both a Diploma of Musical Theatre and an Advanced Diploma of Performance, he now devotes his life to the arts. He continues to always try to better himself and constantly seeks out new ways to approach his life. He is based in Nowra where he teaches Jazz from his home and returns to Canberra regularly to perform.
Katherine Berry - Actor
Katherine Berry holds a Diploma of Musical Theatre from Canberra Academy of Dramatic Art. She has fourteen years' experience as a dancer and vocalist, performing in Sydney and Canberra. She recently appeared in the premiere of an original musical, 'The Last Time', in Canberra, to critical acclaim, and 'Anything Goes' with Canberra Philharmonic.
Annie Liana Scott - Actor
Annie Liana Scott is an actor and musician currently training with Canberra Academy of Dramatic Art. She has appeared in various stage productions including Sense & Sensibility (2011), After Liverpool (2015), and REP's The Crucible (2015); as well as a short play she wrote, The Secret Life of Astrophysics Students, at the Come Alive Festival of Museum Theatre last year. An aspiring film director, Annie has directed and acted in a number of short films which have won awards and been screened at festivals around Australia including Eight-Legged (2012) and Mad Reality (2012); and more recently she appeared in a music video for her band 'Goodnight Little Duck'.