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In the Heights is making a triumphant return and if you missed out on tickets to the initial Hayes season of this musical, here's some news that'll have you dancing all the way to Washington Heights: it's moving from the 110-seat Potts Point venue to the 500-seat Art House in Wyong and then the 2,600-seat Sydney Opera House Concert Hall.
It's set to play a limited return season reuniting much of the original Sydney cast, new cast listed here
General Public on sale 9am Friday 28 September. Click here to book now.
Blue Saint Productions strive toward producing existing theatre pieces and also developing original and unique new works.
The company was started in 2014 by Joshua Robson and Damien Bermingham with the hope of creating high quality and professionally operated productions, large and small.
Joshua trained as a performer at the Victorian College of the Arts where he finished a Bachelor of Music Theatre in 2011. There he performed in many shows including excerpts of Spring Awakening (Ernst) and West Side Story (Tony). After leaving VCA, he has performed performed in The Threepenny Opera (Macheath), King Kong: Live on Stage, Les Miserables (Courfeyrac), You're a Good Man Charlie Brown (Schroeder), My Fair Lady directed by Julie Andrews and most recently performed in Dream Lover at Arts Centre Melbourne.
Joshua is the winner of the 2014 Rob Guest Endowment Award
He co-founded OCPAC, a Victorian amateur theatre company, which has been taking the amateur theatre scene by storm over the past 8 years. For more information visit www.ocpac.com.au
Damien has accumulated an impressive portfolio of theatrical experience ranging from large-scale Arena productions, festivals, Cabaret, major charity events, and most predominantly musical theatre including many World Premieres.
Damien has been awarded for his performances as Alfred P Doolittle in ‘My Fair Lady’ and as the Pharaoh, Jacob and Potiphar in ‘Joseph’. As well as roles such as Darryl Van Horne in the Sydney premier of ‘Witches of Eastwick’, Barrett in the Australian premier of ‘Titanic’, Javert in ‘Les Miserables’, and Anatoly in ‘Chess’.
Damien was a cast member of the National Tour of ‘Fiddler on the Roof’, and The Commissioner in the Production Company’s production of ‘Damn Yankees’. Damien was a founding cast member of ‘Priscilla Queen of the Desert – The Musical’. He covered the role of Miss Understanding and twice a week he kicked off his heels to play the role of Bob being an alternate to such icons as Michael Caton and Bill Hunter.
Recently Damien portrayed Amos in the Australasian tour of ‘Chicago’. He was nominated for a Helpmann Award and won a Sydney Theatre Award for Best Actor in a musical. He then appeared in the Australian premier production of Xanadu. After a 2 year stint working in Asia on many projects ranging from voicing half the characters in the award winning children’s animated series ‘Patch Pillows’ to the role of The Guide in ‘Voyage De La Vie’ for Resorts World Sentosa, Damien returned home to be a part of the World Premiere production of King Kong: Live on Stage in Melbourne for Global Creatures understudying and playing the role of Carl Denham and following that he performed in the World Premiere of Baz Luhrman’s ‘Strictly Ballroom’. He most recently performed in the Australian premiere of The Bodyguard.