Jersey Boys Australia announce the Four Seasons
Today producers announced the four men set to play the lead roles in Australia’s revival tour of Jersey Boys, due to premiere at Sydney’s Capitol Theatre in September 2018.
After auditioning more than 450 potential performers Australia-wide, the announced cast will be made up of previous Jersey Boys alumni and new blood.
A graduate of WAAPA, Bernard’s recent credits were on TV in a recurring guest role on Blue Heelers and as Ernesto in ABC’s Noah and Saskia. Theatre credits include Opera Australia’s My Fair Lady, Saturday Night, An Officer and a Gentleman and the Australian tour of The Lion King, performing the roles of Timon, Pumbaa, Zazu and Ed throughout the tour.
Bernard was a member of the original Australian cast of Jersey Boys, playing Joe Pesci and understudying Frankie Valli and is very pleased to be returning to the show and to the role of Frankie.
Bernard has featured in ad campaigns for Target, Bupa and RACV and is also an aspiring writer.
Cameron is proud and excited to return to Jersey Boys. Originally from Melbourne, Cameron has forged a successful career on the Australian stage and screen. Credits include Matthew in the Australian premiere of Altar Boyz, and Tunny in Green Day’s American Idiot.
Other theatre credits include Godspell, Sondheim’s Passion, Miss Saigon, Mamma Mia, Georgy Girl, Life’s a Circus, Songs For a New World, Guys & Dolls, and RENT, Singapore.
Cameron’s performance of Britt Craig/Governor Slaton in Parade earned him a Green Room award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Currently, Cameron is appearing in Beautiful, The Carole King musical.
TV credits include: Neighbours, Blue Heelers, The Dr Blake Mysteries, 800 Words, and The Divorce.
Born and raised in regional Victoria, Thomas is currently in his graduating year at the Victorian College of the Arts (BFA in Music Theatre). Thomas was the recipient of the Cassidy Bequest Scholarship.
He was a featured soloist for both VCA’s Morning Melodies presented by The Arts Centre Melbourne at Hamer Hall. Jersey Boys marks the debut of Thomas’ professional career.
Glaston graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2005, prior to this he studied Classical Voice at the Queensland Conservatorium.
Glaston first performed the role of Nick Massi in 2009, touring with Jersey Boys for four years and amassing over 1300 performances.
Most recently Glaston was seen in The Bodyguard playing FBI agent Ray Court.
Prior to this he created and performed the role of Athol Guy in Georgy Girl – The Seekers Musical. Other credits include West Side Story, Guys and Dolls, Little Me and Camelot for The Production Company. Other credits include; Sondheim’s Passion, Assassins, Shout! and My Fair Lady.
More details are available at: jerseyboys.com.au