14 episodes

Join Aussie blokes Jack Daintith & George Sargent as they discuss theatre with special guests from amateur productions all the way to Broadway. Plus we get to sing your favourite show tunes!

Behind The Curtai‪n‬ Behind The Curtain

    • Performing Arts
    • 3.9 • 7 Ratings

Join Aussie blokes Jack Daintith & George Sargent as they discuss theatre with special guests from amateur productions all the way to Broadway. Plus we get to sing your favourite show tunes!

    "Travel Song!"

    "Travel Song!"

    Jack & George have a sing. Enjoy this hit from Shrek the musical!

    • 1 min
    Emily Hayes

    Emily Hayes

    Emily Hayes is a central west makeup artist and theatre creative. She has been involved in theatre and performing for most of her life and even performed at the Sydney Opera House during her primary school days. Emily’s love of theatre continued to high school where she studied subjects including Drama and Entertainment Industry. In 2018 Emily graduated from CSU with a Bachelor of communication (Theatre/Media). Emily’s final year major work involved directing a great cast of fire twirlers, dancers, percussionists and large scale puppeteers in an outdoor space for SPRUNG festival of creativity. During her time at university, Emily got the opportunity to travel to Hong Kong and Taipei “World Stage Design Festival” where she became fascinated with special effects makeup and the use of practical effects in theatre. Emily is now an active member of the Bathurst Theatre Company; performing in travelling murder mysteries, dinner theatre, short films and local advertisements. Emily continues to hone her craft in creative and special effects makeup and has used these skills in many projects and events from weddings to music videos and local theatre productions. Insta : @its_emily_xoxox TikTok: @its.em.xoxo FB Artist page: @ehartistpage

    • 27 min
    Eli Cooper

    Eli Cooper

    Eli studied at The Victorian College Of The Arts Secondary School, graduating as School Captain, with a Premier’s Award for Excellence in Dance. Upon graduating, he joined Princess Cruises working as a dancer on several of their ships, before returning to study Professional Development of Musical Theatre, under Andrew Hallsworth, at Patrick Studios Australia. After numerous dance credits across many facets of the entertainment industry as well as touring Asia as a swing on the children’s theatre production Thomas and The Hidden Treasure for Smile Live, Eli made his professional musical theatre debut in Grease for GFO, playing the role of Eugene and understudying the role of Doody. He then went on to be in the Original Australian Company of Matilda for RSC/ Louise Withers as Ensemble/ Understudy Rudolpho, and most recently as Ensemble/ Dance Captain for Mad About Theatre’s inaugural production of Chicago. Eli would like to thank his family and friends, the cast, crew and creatives and his agent, Emma Raciti, for their unwavering love and support.

    • 31 min
    Zoe Ioannou

    Zoe Ioannou

    Zoe graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art and most recently appeared in the Australian tour of The Wizard of Oz (Gordon Frost Organisation) as Dorothy cover.
    She made her professional debut in the role of Pepper in Annie (Gordon Frost Organisation).  Her TV debut was on Disney Playhouse and she also played the ongoing guest role of Paige in the ABC TV series Dance Academy and recently performed in The Australian production of West Side Story.

    • 28 min
    Ashleigh Rubenach

    Ashleigh Rubenach

    Born in Sydney, Ashleigh graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theatre from WAAPA in 2014. While training, she played such roles as Mary Lane in Reefer Madness, and received the Warnock Award for Most Promising Student in 2013. Ashleigh graduated from the Talent Development Project in 2011 and in 2015 studied and performed in New York City as a recipient of the TDP/ASCAP Bound for Broadway Scholarship. Ashleigh was a top 3 finalist for the 2015 ANZ Trustees Rob Guest Endowment Award and made her professional debut in the 2015 national tour of Anything Goes, and toured with GFO’s production of The Sound of Music.

    • 30 min
    Stefanie Jones

    Stefanie Jones

    Stefanie Jones’ music theatre career began at the age of seven when she appeared as Young Eponine in Cameron Mackintosh’s 10th Anniversary Tour of Les Miserables. The following year she was cast in SEL & GFO’s production of The Sound of Music playing Brigitta. In 2011 Jones graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts having completed a Bachelor of Music Theatre, and whilst at the VCA received the Cassidy Bequest Fund Award on behalf of the University of Melbourne Trust. Stefanie Jones has trained extensively in dance, having studied with the Queensland Ballet through their Junior Extension Program, and also holds her Associate Diploma in Music for Violin.
    Professional theatre credits include Liesl in The Sound of Music (RUG/GFO), Jean MacLaren in Brigadoon (TPC), Dream Laurey in Oklahoma! (TPC), Dream Lover (GFO), Once The Musical (MTC/GFO), South Pacific (Opera Australia/GFO), Carmen Live or Dead (Oriel Entertainment Group), Giulietta in Aspects of Love for Walk This Way Productions and in 2016 was a finalist in the prestigious Rob Guest Endowment Awards.
    Her screen credits include Molly (M4Entertainment/Seven Network), The Divorce (Princess Pictures/Opera Australia) and the role of Megan Dennison in Neighbours.
    Most recently Jones played the role of Muriel’s best friend, Rhonda Epinstall, in Muriel’s Wedding.

    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Bryson Gardner ,

Congratulations on a fantastic podcast!

Jack and George are just fantastic at their craft, I have loved listening to their first episodes and can’t wait to hear more!

How good is BTC ,

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

What a fantastic podcast. Very entertaining, comical, educational and fun. Well Done Jack & George - Legendary work!!!

Rose Alvarez ,

Lazy!

Since when was it ok to just steal your name from another podcast?

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