a beautifully balanced and extremely moving performance tingling with repressed emotion and desire
Stage, television and film actor, singer, singing teacher and voice-over artist, Michelle is a multi-talented performer and creator of memorable moments, not only in Adelaide but around Australia.
The consummate professional, she is equally at home hosting an event as she is in front of a camera, or behind a microphone.
Her passion for life and people combined with a naturally warming personality makes her the perfect fit for roles on stage, television, film and corporate events.
She also has a passion for sharing her experience and expertise with others and is available for voice lessons, acting and vocal audition preparation.
What's next for Michelle and Birds of a Feather Choir.
Our annual concert will be held on Sunday August 27th from 3pm at The Village Well, Aldgate.
Special guest performances by two of Adelaide's mostly highly regarded singers - Joanna McWaters and Andrew Turner and introducing some of our local new to the stage, young performers. The afternoon of music will be rounded out with the beautiful voices and souls of Birds of a Feather Community Choir.
Local produce and delicious delectable goodies will be available to purchase with proceeds going to one of our worthy charities here in SA. Refreshments will also be available to purchase. Tickets can be purchased here or you can get a ticket or two at the door.
What's next for Michelle... Limelight Theatrics has become a new focus for Michelle - with either extreme theatre experiences or lunchtime Actor's Club at Adelaide schools.
Limelight Theatrics was born out of the desire to inspire and help young actors to craft their acting, social, teamwork skills and build confidence in themselves.
The Extreme Theatre experience is for those who are keen for an intense 24 hours of learning, shaping and performing a play. Young people can either be onstage or part of the creative team bringing set, props and costumes to life. Limelight Theatrics is made up of theatre professionals supporting these young people through every step of the way, imparting their knowledge and expertise to inspire and challenge. Further information can be found here.
Actor's Club has been established at Stirling East Primary School and there are hopes to expand the concept across other primary school in the Adelaide. It all happens at lunchtime during school terms, divided into age appropriate groups and over two terms acting skills are developed to culminate in a performance for family and friends. If you know of a school that would love to add this to their school's extra-curricula program then please email Michelle here.