Stephen Mahy is fast becoming one of the premier leading men in Australian theatre. The 2006 WAAPA graduate has appeared in shows including Miss Saigon, Little Women and is probably best known for his work as Bob Gaudio in the smash hit musical Jersey Boys.
Stephen is appearing for one night only in his own cabaret, Stephen Mahy Sings at Slide on Oxford St in Sydney.
AussieTheatre caught up with Stephen to ask him our famous 20 questions.
Details of the show:
Stephen Mahy Sings
Friday 16th March
Slide, 41 Oxford St, Darlinghurst NSW
02 8915 1899
As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
A movie star
Who is the most important person in the world to you?
What animal best represents you and why?
Lion, I’m a leo through and through
If you were a contestant on Deal or No Deal, how much would you need to be on offer before you walked away?
What was the first piece of theatre/film/TV you ever appeared in and how old were you?
16, Rampant, your 100% skateboarding program.
Windows or MAC?
Who is the actor you would most like to work alongside?
Helen Mirren or Edward Norton
What five songs would be the first you put a mix tape?
- Blaze of Glory GAGA
- New York Alicia Keys (I think that’s the name of the song)
- Jurassic 5
- Bad Michael Jackson
- Kay-Pee-Em The Psyde projects
What is the best thing about theatre in Australia?
The caliber of talent
What’s the worst thing about theatre in Australia?
Lack of theatres
Name one moment when you looked around, breathed happily and felt content.
Every Morning on my balcony at North Bondi
Where is the most interesting place you have travelled?
Who is the most famous person you’ve ever met?
Tom Cruise or Roger Federer????
Most embarrassing thing that’s ever happened to you onstage?
Lost my lines mid address to the audience
What’s your life motto?
Don’t be bitter be better
What’s your favourite post-show snack?
Avocado,Tomato and egg on Gluten free toast
What’s your biggest phobia?
Having a Phobia
What is the worst date you’ve ever had?
One that didn’t turn up
Where do you see yourself in five years?
On the Big screen