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Lucy Robertson

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Originally from Hobart Tasmania, Lucy is a 2015 Graduate of the University Of Tasmania, gaining an Associate Degree In Music Studies, majoring in voice. Whilst at UTAS Lucy was trained under the guidance of Jane Edwards, Australia’s leading Soprano.

Lucy then relocated to Victoria where she attended Federation University Australia, BAPA, Ballarat Performing Arts as well as training under the guidance of Jason Coleman, Ministry Of Dance, completing a Musical Theatre Diploma along with a Certificate IV Dance Teaching and Management and Certificate III in Dance. Lucy’s dance qualifications include, ‘Federal Association of Teachers of Dance’ (FATD) syllabus and Royal Academy Of Dance (RAD) Ballet Exams.

Lucy has over 20 years experience within the Performing Arts Industry. Specialising in multiple genres of performing arts that include, Tap, Jazz, Classical Ballet, Neo-classical, Lyrical/Contemporary, Hip-hop/Urban, Acrobatics, Musical Theatre, Drama and Voice.

Lucy has competed successfully as a performer and choreographer in competitions around Australia and New Zealand obtaining two major choreography awards, ‘Best Choreography Award’ and ‘Most Outstanding Choreographer.’

Lucy is represented by The Ministry Of Entertainment, working professionally within the industry with credits including stage shows, television appearances, corporate events, commercial gigs, fashion shows and theatre restaurants.

Lucy has performed in a wide range of Musical Theatre Productions in both leading roles and supporting roles. Productions include ‘Guys and Dolls,’ ‘Oliver,’ ‘Edwin Drood’ and ‘Oklahoma’ to name a few. Lucy was an inaugural member of David Whynam’s Company, ‘Tap Rhythm,’ and recently contracted to Princess Cruises as an international dancer/singer.

After developing works in and out of Australia Lucy’s key focus is to adjudicate, educate and inspire the next generation of young performers. Lucy has a strong passion and knowledge for the industry and looks forward to guiding and nurturing performers of all ages.

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