Every performer holds a degree in Acting or Musical Theatre and has performed on stage at professional level.
Charisma Kids knows that to be the best in the industry the quality of our performers is crucial. You can relax, knowing you have booked a professional. Each of our performers have successfully auditioned for the job. Our staff have worked across Australia and internationally in professional theatre and television, and have worked extensively with kids throughout their careers. Each has a Working with Children and Police check and is covered by 20 million in public liability insurance.
JacobOriginally from Perth, Jacob obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Music Theatre at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts before moving to Melbourne in 2016. For the past two years he has toured as Ryder in the Australasian production of Nickelodeon's Paw Patrol Live: Race to the Rescue and Paw Patrol Live: The Great Pirate Adventure. He has also hosted and performed in a various number of Nick Jnr and Disney shows, including PJ Masks Live, Chuggington Live, Scooby Doo Live, and the Moshi Monsters Stage show. Jacob has also performed in musicals, touring in the Australian production of Avenue Q, and Glynn Nicholas' Song Contest, 'The Eurovision Spoof Musical,' and was part of two short films 'Library of Love' and 'Eye Contact' which were featured in the Perth and Melbourne Film Festivals. He has previously worked for and helped to develop the leading children's party and events company in Perth, Encore Kids Parties. Jacob has over 8 years experience working with and performing with children, not to mention he is the eldest of 6!
Daisy has performed nationally and internationally at Disneyland (Anaheim), Disney world (Orlando), Universal Studios (Orlando & Hollywood) and the Sydney Opera House. Daisy completed both her Diploma of Music Theatre (Brent Street) and her BA in Music Theatre (WAAPA) while featuring in the roles of Cinderella in Rogers and Hammerstein's Cinderella, Heather McNamara in Heathers the musical, Irish Princess, Adele in A Man of No Importance and Mary Warren in The Crucible. In 2017 Daisy revisited the role of Cinderella in a cabaret Princess Party, raising funds for the white ribbon organisation.
Since completing Showfit at Centrestage Performing Arts School in 2012, Eloise has toured extensively with LifeLike Touring and The Entertainment Store to Hong Kong, Singapore, Middle East & Australia in Ben & Holly's Little Kingdom, Peppa Pig Live Big Splash, Peppa Pig Live Treasure Hunt and Bob the Builder. Other credits include Legally Blonde the Musical for ExitLeft Productions, Spring Awakening for ExitLeft Productions, Connected by Alanya Bridge, self-produced cabarets, 'Confessions of a Golden Child' and 'This is 23', Matthew Lee Robinson’s ‘New Voices’ in 2013 and 2017, various shows as part of Tasmania’s Festival of Voices from 2013-2015 and was a Top 30 semi-finalist in the Rob Guest Endowment in 2013 and 2015. Most recently, Eloise was part of SONDER - A Charity Concert at The Alex Theatre and The Songs of Drew Gasparini (EJ Productions) at Chapel Off Chapel.
Lauren trained full time in commercial dance and musical theatre at 'Theatre & Dance' before attaining a Bachelor of Music (Musical Theatre) from the Queensland Conservatorium. Lauren has worked professionally in children’s theatre and educational theatre, starring in Barbie, Sesame St Live, and Peppa Pig Live. Lauren's professional theatre credits include the most recent Australian production of Singin' in the Rain (Michael Cassel Group), Calliope in Xanadu (Harvest Rain Theatre Company), Lovey Howell in Gilligan’s Island the Musical (Hum Drum Comedy/ Left Bauer Productions) and Rocky in Paw Patrol Live - Abu Dhabi, Australia, China and South Africa (Life Like Touring/ Nickelodeon).
Originally from Adelaide, Joe is a 2015 graduate from his Bachelor's course in Music Theatre at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. Joe has performed in The Production Company seasons of CURTAINS, Oklahoma! And most recently The Boy From Oz. He also recently finished touring regionally as the leading man for A Fine Romance: The Magic of Fred Astaire and premiered The Long And Short Of It as one of Rhonda Burchmore and Rachel Beck’s back up dancers. Whilst at WAAPA, Joe worked for Encore Kids Parties over his three years in WA. In 2016 Joe taught song and dance to children ranging from years 1 through to year 6 at Extraordinary Kids in Richmond. This summer Joe was a choreographic tutor with Pelican Productions’ MTC which included a recording breaking 400 children involved in the camp.
Originally from Brisbane, Laura graduated from the University of Ballarat Arts Academy in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts (Music Theatre). Laura’s credits since graduating include Worlds Apart and Fair Dinkum (Echelon Productions), Barbie: Anything is Possible , Ben and Holly’s Magical Kingdom: Fun and Games Day (The Entertainment Store) and Winx Club, Live! (Alikhan Live Entertainment). In 2015, Laura secured a contract at Universal Studios Singapore, where she performed and covered multiple roles in The Mel’s Dinettes , Sesame Street Saves Christmas and The Hollywood Dreams Parade . In 2017, Laura toured to Dubai and Singapore with the children’s entertainment group Hi-5 and the Chatterbox Playtime! Show. Laura made her professional Musical Theatre debut in the middle of the same year, as Meg and a member of the ensemble in Merrily We Roll Along with Watch This. Laura was then fortunate enough to perform as a member of the ensemble in the Australasian premiere of Memphis the musical with StageArt, and not long after, toured the Philippines as the princess in Aladdin’s Adventure with Pen2Stage. Most recently Laura appeared as Nermal in Garfield: The Musical with Cattitude, under the direction of Luigi Lucente and as the female swing in the Australian tour of Paw Patrol Live! The Great Pirate Adventure (Lifelike Touring)
Robbie received his Certificate IV in Dance from Dance World Studios and his diploma in musical theatre from APO Arts Academy in 2015. He then joined children's group Hi-5 in 2016/2017 for their Asia and New Zealand tours. This year Robbie has travelled internationally as the host in the PJ Masks stage tour, whilst also studying screen acting at 'The Film Space.' His film credits include Webster in Team Rescue, Anzac Girls, and the feature film Broken Hill.
Originally from Perth, Meg made the big move to Melbourne after completing the Bachelor of Music Theatre course at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). Alongside this, she spent three and a half years entertaining the children of Perth as Cinderella, Elsa, Sleeping Beauty, Fairy Meggles and many others. Meg has also completed a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) from the University of Western Australia. Having just come back to Melbourne after entertaining school children in Echelon Productions “Find Your Treasure!,” Meg is excited to continue bringing a special spark of magic to Melbourne!
Mikey graduated from WAAPA’s BA in Music Theatre in 2016. Since graduating he was cast in the National Tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Wizard of Oz” and Mad About Theatre’s season of “A Chorus Line.” He has just competed a national tour of “A Couple of Song and Dance Men” with JTM Productions and also performed his self-written Donald O’Connor cabaret Make ‘Em Laugh in Perth and Melbourne.Before studying he was a Dance Captain and Aerialist for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines for multiple contracts and performed for aerial circus companies around Australia.
Celina began her music theatre career in 2010 with The Production Company's The King and I. She has since toured nationally and internationally in productions including South Pacific (Opera Australia/GFO) as Liat, Anyone Can Whistle (Magnormous), Kismet (The Production Company), ECLIPSE Dance & Illusions Spectacular (Base Entertainment), Paw Patrol Live! Race To The Rescue (LifeLike Touring Co), A Chorus Line (Mad About Theatre), Bring It On: The Musical (StageMasters) and The Boy From Oz (The Production Company). Celina has also appeared on TV in roles for Neighbours (FremantleMedia), The Warriors (ABC), and Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell (ABC). Her screen credits also include numerous film projects including Melodram/Random/Melbourne! for which she received a best actress nomination at the Sinag Maynila Film Festival.
Noah is currently in his second year of the prestigious music theatre course at the Victorian College of the Arts, after studying dance and acrobatics at Patrick Studios Australia. Noah is host of 'The Cabaret Room' on JoyFM, and has recently been seen in Olivia (TV Series starring Delta Goodrem), and as a principle dancer in Amber Hobson's Swan Lake. Noah has enjoyed working as a professional dancer and has performed with the Australian Conservatoire of Ballet in both Swan Lake and the Nutcracker. Noah was the winner of two scholarships to attend the Alberta School of Ballet in 2018, and has also been an extra on Neighbours.
Originally from Sydney,Caity is a passionate actor, singer and dancer now based in Melbourne. Caity is in her second year at The Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) after completing the Foundation of Music Theatre at VCA in 2016. Before VCA, she performed as Molly in Annie, Louisa in The Sound of Music and Rosie in Sweet Charity and was honoured to perform solo for the Royal Family in Turkey at the Centenary for World War One.
Hailing from Hobart, Tasmania, Ollie moved to Melbourne in 2011 to continue working towards a career in the entertainment industry. Ollie was offered full scholarships at two leading dance institutions and thus began studying at Jason Coleman’s Ministry of Dance. Since graduating in 2013, Ollie has established himself as one of Melbourne’s most sought-after and reliable performers, spanning several genres and aspects of the industry. So far, his career has seen him work with the choreographic likes of The Squared Division, Mikey Minden, Yvette Lee and Marko Panzic. Commercially, Ollie has danced for Red Foo, Delta Goodrem, Samantha Jade, Natalie Conway and comedian Joel Creasey and in campaigns for Jean Paul Gaultier, Crown Resorts, Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival and Jaguar. In 2015, Ollie made his theatrical debut in the Green Room Award-winning musical Loving Repeating. On television, Ollie appeared in Season 4 of hit US TV show Dance Moms, the TV Week Logie Awards, Australia’s Got Talent, The Footy Show and Dancing with the Stars.