LOVEBiTES cast announced for Hayes Theatre Production

Hayes Theatre Co and Wooden Horse Productions have announced their exciting cast for LOVEBiTES, set to commence previews on Wednesday September 10 at Sydney’s most exciting new venue on Greenknowe St.

LOVEBiTES cast 2014. Image by Blueprint Studios
LOVEBiTES cast 2014. Image by Blueprint Studios

Kirby Burgess, Tyran Parke, Adele Parkinson and Shaun Rennie will take to the stage at the intimate 111 seat Hayes Theatre in this Australian musical about one of life’s toughest battles – Romance.

From the writers of The Hatpin, James Millar and Peter Rutherford, LOVEBiTES is a series of short stories about falling in love, catching one half of each couple in the instant that love strikes and then hearing from the other half about how it ended up, giving us a unique, hilarious and moving insight into the separate perspective of the two individuals who share it.

Director Troy Alexander is thrilled to be bringing this Australian musical to Sydney’s new home for independent theatre as the debut show for Wooden Horse Productions.

“LOVEBiTES is an extraordinary piece which was loved by audiences and critics alike at its premiere here in its home Sydney. 5 years the show has played around Australia, as well as in London and New York. I am thrilled to present the LOVEBiTES as Wooden Horse Productions debut show in a whole new way, giving Sydney the chance to be first to hear a brand new orchestration from composer Peter Rutherford” he said.

Check out the original cast recording of LOVEBiTES on our Aussie Recordings page (under Australian Cast Recordings) and see this cute sneak peek into the cast photo-shoot for the 2014 production.

Tickets for Hayes Theatre Company shows tend to fly out the door, so be sure to book to secure your seat!


Hayes Theatre Co
19 Greenknowe Ave Potts Point
Dates: September 10–October 5
Opening Night Friday 12 September

Bookings: or phone 02 8065 7337

Erin James

Erin James is's former Editor in Chief and a performer on both stage and screen. Credits include My Fair Lady, South Pacific and The King and I (Opera Australia), Love Never Dies and Cats (Really Useful Group), Blood Brothers (Enda Markey Presents), A Place To Call Home (Foxtel/Channel 7) and the feature film The Little Death (written and directed by Josh Lawson).

Erin James

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