Aaron Robuck


Aaron grew up in the USA and moved to Australia when he was 12. His parents may have not been so keen to move if they had known years later he'd be cast in this show. He graduated from the Australian Institute of Music in 2012, and now has joined the staff there - working as a musical director, choreographer and vocal coach, most recently Choreographing their 2016 production of Into the Woods (dir. Tyran Parke). He has worked as co-composer/lyricist on two new Australian musicals, and wrote and starred in his own cabaret show, 'The Hardest Part of Love' as part of Sydney Fringe 2013. Performance credits include Sonny/Dance Captain in Squabbalogic’s ‘The Original Grease’, Usnavi in Exclaim's 'In the Heights', Musical Director/Performer in Working Management/Live Ideas' Immersive Cabaret 'Hidden Sydney: The Glittering Mile' at The World Bar and Peter Simmons in Supply Evolutions' production of 'bare: a pop opera' at The Depot Theatre and again at New Theatre. Aaron and writer Jonathon Holmes most recently worked together on Exclaim's 'The Fantasticks', which Jonathon directed with Aaron as musical director.

Alicia Rose Quinn


At 13 years old Alicia was given the role of Diana "the goddess of hunting men" in her high school production of 'Orpheus in the Underworld'. Undoubtedly a factor in scoring a role in 'Three in the Bed'. Since completing full-time dance at Brent St in 2009 and her Bachelor of Music (Theatre) in 2013 at the Australian Institute of Music, Alicia has starred in resident shows at Slide Sydney; including Timeout's #1 Burlesque show 'Risque Review', 'Gin Mill Social', 'El Circo Blanc' and 'El Circo'. She founded electro-pop band Cohlaj and last year created her first solo project Lou P Scarlett; a garbage glamour, singer-songwriter using vocal looping and burlesque to capture her own brand of poignant techno tease. Most recently Alicia toured with the Sydney Opera Company playing the flamingo in 'The Mad Hatters Tea Party'. She choreographed Sydney band Froyo’s new film clip ‘Darling' and starred in her own film clip 'Wild Thing' earlier this year.

Laura Murphy

Emma (Sep 2017)

Laura stars in and writes music for children’s television shows 'Imagination Train' and 'William and Sparkles' Magical Tales'. It is therefore recommended that you wipe any images of Laura in a pink, sparkly tutu out of your memory before seeing 'Three in the Bed'. Last year, Laura played the role of Sally Brown in 'You're a Good Man Charlie Brown' at the Hayes Theatre for which she won a Sydney Theatre Award. She has also played 'Glinda' in Free Rain Theatre Company's production of 'Wicked' and toured Australia and Singapore as Jan in Gordon Frost Organisation's production of 'Grease'. Laura is currently performing in the world premiere of 'Muriel's Wedding: The Musical' with Sydney Theatre Company. Her second project with writer Jonathon Holmes, the first featuring on his EP 'Plutonese'.

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Daniella Mirels


Daniella Mirels is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Music, completing a Bachelor of Music (Music Theatre). Having previously trained at Alegria School of Dance and the Jennifer Shames School of Speech and Drama, Daniella made her professional debut as Frenchy, in Squabbologic's production of 'The Original Grease'. While at AIM, Daniella played the role of Jacks Mother in 'Into the Woods', Michele in 'The Boys', and performed for 'Rotary's Road to Broadway' alongside Margi De-Ferannti. Daniella recently played Mabel in Birdie's production of 'Fame'.

Adin Milostnik


Adin Milostnik starred in his first feature film 'Shotgun Wedding' when he was still in nappies, and has collaborated on comedy and music projects with writer Jonathon Holmes since they met in high school. He then studied contemporary music at the Australian Institute of Music. As a songwriter, Adin founded original bands 'The Jukebox Zombies' and 'The Electric Vogues'. His latest project 'Vast Hill', an 80s inspired synth-pop duo; has garnered attention from triple j Unearthed and FBi Radio, sparking a recent collaboration with Jordan F. Adin popped his musical theatre cherry in 'Three in the Bed' (among other cherries).

Caroline Oayda

Emma (Jan 2018)

As Laura Murphy joins the cast of Muriel's Wedding, we're pleased to announce Caroline Oayda in the role of Emma for our January 2018 season.

In 2012 Caroline completed a Diploma of Performance through the Trinity College of London. She went on to complete her Bachelor of Music (Music Theatre) at the Australian Institute of Music where she played the role of Fidel and Dance Captain in their 2015 musical ‘The Witches Of Eastwick’. Caroline was involved in voice over work for the film 'Strangerland' with Parker Picture Productions, and has performed at other corporate and charity events including 'Light the Night' (2014) with the cast of 'Love Bites', 'Hats Off' (2016) with the cast of Exclaim’s 'Hair', and company based training with 'Gibber' (2017). Caroline’s performance credits include; ensemble in Supply Evolutions ‘Bring It On: The Musical’, Marty in Squabbalogic’s ‘The Original Grease’ and Diane Lee in Supply Evolutions production of ‘Bare’ which saw a return season in January 2017.

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