Beginning in Musical Theatre, Troy has toured Australia and parts of Asia with the productions The Boy from Oz, Saturday Night Fever (playing the role of “Double J)”, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Monty Python’s Spamalot and was one of four chosen to tour Australia with Barry Humphries in his show Dame Edna Back with a Vengeance.
Since moving on from Musical Theatre Troy has had guest roles on the TV shows ‘East West 101′ and
‘Cops LAC’ and played the lead role in short films The Russian, Femme, Hyperosmia and For Love or Money.
Recently Troy was cast as the lead role of Robert Masters in the TV pilot ‘The Carousel’.
Troy also played the lead role of James in the successful season of ‘The Burlesque Effect’ at the Newtown Theatre and the role of Owen in Workhorse Theatre Company’s hugely successful debut production ‘That Pretty Pretty: or, The Rape Play’
For Workhorse Theatre Company Troy has also appeared as Tony Aronica in ‘Savage in Limbo’ and Jackie in ‘The Motherf**ker with the Hat’
Troy can be seen in numerous TV commercials including JEEP, Virgin Velocity , Berocca, Epson, ESPN, KIA, Thredbo, 3M, McCafe, New Idea and Axe Deodorant.
Troy studied under Lynette Sheldon and was chosen to be a participant in the first Australian workshop of acclaimed U.S. acting coach Larry Moss.
Zoe has extensive experience as an actor, singer and dancer.
In her most recent role as Veronica in The Motherf**ker with the Hat directed by Adam Cook she was nominated for best lead actress in an Independent production for The Sydney Theatre Awards. Prior to this she played Linda Rotunda in Savage in Limbo directed by Stuart Maunder. She appeared as ‘Agnes’ in That Pretty Pretty; or, The Rape Play, Honey Gordon in The Burlesque Effect at Newtown Theatre, Doreen in Saturday Night Fever and was an ensemble member and understudy for the musicals Pippin, We Will Rock You, Candy Man and Dusty.
Her film and television credits include Tricky Business, Janet King, Happy Feet 2, Forced Hand, Flirting and has appeared in numerous TV commercials.
Zoe was a band member of the pop group Cherry, signed to Sony music with 3 top 40 singles. Zoe is a session vocalist, voice over artist and plays in numerous Sydney bands.
Zoe works successfully as a singer in the corporate world both nationally and internationally: clients include Foxtel, The Merivale Group, Bank America and Optus.
*Troy + Zoe are also sitting members of The Board.
Adam was Artistic Director of the State Theatre Company of South Australia for 2005-2012. His directing credits for the Company include The Ham Funeral, The Glass Menagerie, Three Sisters, November, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), Entertaining Mr Sloane, The Price, King Lear, Mnemonic, The Cripple of Inishmaan, Architektin, Blue/Orange, LyreBird: Tales of Helpmann, Hamlet, Uncle Vanya, Life x 3, Noises Off, The Government Inspector, Crow, The Shifting Heart and The Daylight Atheist.
Graduating from the NIDA Directors Course in 1988, he has since directed close to 100 productions across Australia, London, Canada and the United States, for the Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane Festivals, Melbourne Theatre Company, Company B Belvoir, Sydney Theatre Company, Ensemble, Sydney Opera House Trust, NIDA, Queensland Performing Arts Centre, La Boite, Q Theatre, Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, Opera Australia, Griffin, Bell Shakespeare, OzOpera, Playbox, Festival of the Dreaming, Windmill Performing Arts, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, City of London Festival and the Barbican International Theatre Event (BITE).
Adam is a lawyer of over 35 years experience, including as a partner in one of Australia’s largest commercial legal firms and as General Counsel at CSIRO He is involved in a diverse range of activities. He has his own commercial theatre production company and is the producer of the Off Broadway smash hit Freud’s Last Session which was performed in Sydney last year at the Theatre Royal, with other productions to follow. He is also involved in a number of technology start-up companies and has been and is a member of a number of government advisory boards relating to innovation and intellectual property. He is an author, a Visiting Professor at the UNSW Law Faculty and an adviser to a world wide brand valuation company. He not only brings Work Horse Theatre Company a wealth of experience in the law but a knowledge and love of theatre and innovation.
Zac is a banker with over 10 years experience and is currently employed by the CBA leading a team of mid-market property bankers. While Zac led a diversified corporate banking team prior to his current role, the majority of his experience rests in property finance. Zac is a CFA Charterholder and is a member of the CFA Institute and the CFA Society Sydney. Zac’s interest in the arts has flourished in recent years as a result of his marriage to a passionate and talented performer and dance teacher.