SJM's Christian Charisiou currently stars in 'The Last Five Years' at Ensemble Theatre.
SMH has called his performance " ... an electrifying performance in terms of complexity, nuance and both vocal and physical energy."
Brilliantly funny, playful and tender, 'The Last Five Years' chronicles the couple’s passionate romance from both perspectives: Jamie from the beginning with all the optimism of young love, looking to the future; Cathy with the hurt and disappointment of its end, looking backwards. Somewhere in between their story overlaps.
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SJM's Daniel Webber stars as lead singer Vince Neil in upcoming Netflix biopic 'The Dirt'. The first trailer has just been released and gives audiences the first glimpse of this rock'n'roll epic based on the book of the same name.
Rollingstone says " ... expect a truly debauched movie that delves deep into their rise from the early Eighties Sunset Strip metal scene to their days as arena headliners and their epic collapse in the Nineties as bands like Nirvana and Pearl Jam made them seem like dinosaurs almost overnight."
Watch the trailer below.
SJM's George Basha - star and writer of feature 'The Combination Redepmtion' - appears alongside fellow SJM actors Taylor Wiese, Andre de Vanny, Johnny Nasser, Brendan Donoghue and Jeremy Waters, in this hard hitting film which landed in Australian cinemas last week.
Six years on and John is still haunted by the death of his younger brother. The choices he faces will push him to the edge like never before.
The film is currently showing in multiple cinemas around the country. Don't miss out on this dramatic slice of Western Sydney suburbia.
Justin took out the 'Best Newcomer' and 'Best Male Actor in a Leading Role in an Independent Production' for his work in 'The Flick' while Damon was awarded 'Best Male Actor in a Supporting Role in an Independent Production' for his work in 'The Rolling Stone'. Both productions were produced by SJM's Jeremy Waters.
For the full list of winners visit the Sydney Theatre Awards website.
We're proud to announce that Shingo Usami will star in season 2 of 'The Terror' alongside George Takei.
Shingo will play Henry Nakayama in the series, which takes place during World War II and is set, in part, in a Japanese-American internment camp.
Production is scheduled to begin in January in Vancouver. Season 2 will air on AMC in 2019 with ten episodes.
Read about it here on VARIETY.
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