Giulia-Giorgina - Theatre Bugs

Giulia-Giorgina

Teacher

Giulia-Giorgina has been performing from a young age, starting at Theatre Bugs when she was two years old. She attended for thirteen years, performing in numerous shows with the senior ‘Show Bugs’ class from 2009 and with Peter Combe at places such as Monarto Zoo, The Gov, the Elder Park Carols by Candlelight, the Adelaide Entertainment Centre and the Adelaide Fringe Festival. Giulia-Giorgina played the role of ‘Chloe’ in Theatre Bugs’ Teddy Bear’s Picnic at the Adelaide Fringe and performed in the Credit Union Christmas Pageant with Theatre Bugs next to the Forest Fantasy float twice. She also acted in a Behind the News episode and the short film Beta directed by Nima Nabili Rad.

Giulia-Giorgina took a three year acting course at SA Casting and dancing lessons at Norwood Ballet Centre and Desteno Dance Centre for many years. She has been a singing student of Linda Ellis for four years. Giulia-Giorgina was highly involved in music and drama at Saint Ignatius’ College, winning awards for her participation. At the College she performed as ‘Belle’ in Beauty and the Beast, ‘Meg’ in Away, ‘Maria’ in The Small Poppies, in the Ensemble for Singin’ in the Rain and choreographed ‘Beauty School Dropout’ in Grease. She also partook in many music ensembles as a vocalist, violinist and percussionist, performing numerous times, including all over America for three weeks as part of the school’s Music Tour. Giulia-Giorgina was elected as Music-Vice Captain 2016 for her senior year and completed her SACE Stage 2 Drama and Solo Performance in Voice with high grades. She also achieved her SACE Stage 2 Ensemble Performance with the College’s Senior Vocal Ensemble, who won first place in the Division 2 Vocal Ensemble section at Generations in Jazz 2016. Throughout her time at the College, Giulia-Giorgina won three gold and two silver medals with her Theatrical Dance Team at the Schoolaerobics National Championships in Sydney/Gold Coast.

Giulia-Giorgina performed at the Adelaide Festival Theatre in the Children’s Ensemble for Chitty Chitty Bang Bang with TML Enterprises and in the Children’s Ensemble for The Nutcracker with The Imperial Russian Ballet Company. She also performed in Pelican Productions’ Music Theatre Camp in 2014 and 2015. Giulia-Giorgina is now in her second year at Flinders University studying a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Drama and minoring in Innovation and Enterprise, and a Bachelor of International Tourism.

Giulia-Giorgina recently played ‘Kim MacAfee’ in Bye Bye Birdie with The Metropolitan Musical Theatre Company of SA Inc. and attended a university performing arts trip in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on the ‘New Colombo Plan’ scholarship.

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