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Ava Kozlovskis, a classically trained actress since the age of 3, boasts a rich background in performance, including short films and training at Queensland Theatre. In school, she showcased her creativity by writing a children's theatre production and co-directing 'Heatwave.' As part of Queensland Theatre's youth ensemble from 2021 to 2023, Ava honed her skills in improvisation, voice work, physical theatre, and film technique. Memorable roles during this period include Katrina in 'Neighbourhood Watch' and The Writer in 'A Dream Play.'
Ava's musical talents shine through years of singing lessons, mastering styles like musical theatre and contemporary. Notable school performances include Rizzo in 'Grease,' Morticia in 'The Addams Family Musical,' and Elle in 'Legally Blonde The Musical.'
Driven by ambitious dreams, Ava aspires to become a renowned and respected international actress, combining her acting prowess and musical versatility to captivate audiences globally.
Indianna is an aspiring Brisbane based teen actress with training in screen and voice. She attends regular acting classes, also attending intensive teen acting workshops to further her acting skills and ability.
Ruby first discovered her love for acting at 7 years old when she decided to join her local theatre on the Gold Coast. After several years of acting classes and theatre productions there, Ruby extended her training and experience to also include film acting.
Over the last few years, Ruby has performed in short and feature films both here and in Europe. She continues to be involved in both film and theatre and trains in Film Performance, Voice Acting, Musical Theatre, Singing and Aerial Gymnastics.
Ruby has had previous experience in Mixed Martial Arts, and is looking forward to also completing professional stunt training in the near future.
Teirah embarked on her acting journey in 2017 and has since excelled in nearly 30 productions, securing numerous leading roles and credits. Her recent success includes winning a leading actress recognition award for her portrayal of Henrietta in the medieval film of the same name.
Teirah also achieved recognition as one of the top 4 actors of the year at Griffith University. Notable past roles include the lead in the award-winning film "Coming Home" and portraying the younger version of actress Marlo Kelly. Teirah's commitment to growth is evident through her participation in acting classes, acting workshops and private lessons with industry professionals.