Good Gravy is a modern-day barbershop quartet that celebrates the beauty of a cappella singing. James, Joel, Cameron, and Jeremy, all Albury/Wodonga locals, have been harmonising together since 2019. Their combined musical experience spans several decades, covering diverse disciplines including performance, teaching, busking, and serenading around the border.
With a perfect blend of classic barbershop tunes and popular hits, Good Gravy guarantees to leave audiences smiling. Their years of singing together have cultivated a unique sound that they love sharing with all sorts of audiences. Beyond their performances, they've participated in community events, theatre productions, local choirs, and bands.
Good Gravy is at your service, ready to add a touch of uniqueness to your private events, public celebrations, or corporate functions. Or looking for an unforgettable surprise for your special someone? They've got you covered with their Sing-A-Gram service, available anywhere around the border.
At MYPA we have an excellent team of experienced and qualified dance teachers, together offering a variety of dance classes from ages 2-adults within a welcoming and inclusive environment. Students can study classical ballet, jazz, tap, musical theatre, dance acro, hiphop, silver swans, contemporary and lyrical
Nick is an Australian Actor, Comedian, Writer and Voice Over artist. He trained at 16th Street Actor Studios in Melbourne and the Canberra Academy of Dramatic Art.
Most recently he played a Commercial Journalist on ABC’s Total Control. He has engaged in performances at the Hothouse Theatre and multiple creative developments.
Nick writes and performs stand-up comedy, writes and produces comedy sketches and has created his own theatre shows as well as coordinating and running workshops for emerging artists.
Nick refers to himself has Nick JS on social media has his Irish last name is completely unpronounceable to the general public. Nick grew up in the Albury/Wodonga but calls Baranduda home.
Sandra Collins co-founded Brisbane Playback Theatre in 1989 and her journey with Story and its ability to heal individuals and communities still thrives. She has almost 30 years experience in improvisation with Brisbane PT and Red Thread Stories Inc. During this time she held many roles – Conductor, Actor, Trainer, Facilitator, Admin.
Her varied background over many decades in Community Arts, Education and Health assists her in exploring the notion that we are all authors of our own stories.
Sandra is a certified Listening Hour Guide and participates in other acts of service which assist with building communities.
Both Playback Theatre and the Listening Hour bring awareness to the abundant resources of Story which lives inside all of us.
Sandra is a local Wiradjuri woman.
She holds B.Ed (Arts/Crafts) and is a Community Artist.
Multi media explorations excite her. Her intention is to distill the essence of all subject matter and illuminate it.
– 2023 Community Art Involvement –
Wiradjuri Welcome to Country ACC – shortlisted art piece
Write Around the Murray – Yarn Bombing
NAIDOC Storytelling through Photography ‘For Our Elders’ group exhibition
Graduate Storytelling through Photography @ Wodonga TAFE.
Gateway Health, Wodonga volunteer Improvisational Trainer Listening to Voices
Audio – Recording, Mixing, Mastering, Live Sound, Theatre Audio
Lighting – Design and Hire
Projection – Corporate AV to Crazy Arty projects
A country girl at heart who grew up a Pony-club-prize-winner, cow-pat-frisbee-slinger, Alyce Fisher is known for getting herself into some interesting situations. A graduate of the Swinburne TAFE Theatre Arts Diploma 2007, who went onto start her own company Theatre on Toast, touring the regions performing theatre & education originals and being a fairy/clown/magician at far too many kids’ parties. Quick-witted and reliably rambunctious, Alyce's personal creative focus is on sharing stories and making the people laugh, through the development of solo performance work, stand-up comedy, BINGO calling and MC duties. Presently based in Albury-Wodonga, she premiered her first solo work in 2022 ‘Tinderella & the eight unique uses of Tinder’ at The Cube and created the character of ‘Aurora’ for Rachel McNamara’s epic immersive experience ‘A Land of Snow & Ice’ in 2022/23. Alyce's varied skill set and engaging stage presence whips creative endeavours into shape and is guaranteed to leave everyone laughing.