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Born in Australia and now based in London, Anna has established an international career spanning opera, theatre, concert, and film.
After graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts, Anna became a Principal Artist at Victorian Opera, singing Polly Peachum in THE THREEPENNY OPERA and Pamina in THE MAGIC FLUTE.
Anna was chosen by Andrew Lloyd Webber to create the role of Christine Daaé in LOVE NEVER DIES, his sequel to THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. This new production premiered at The Regent Theatre in Melbourne and subsequently transferred to the Capitol Theatre in Sydney. Anna was nominated for Sydney Theatre and Green Room awards for her portrayal of Christine. Lauded as the definitive production of this musical, LOVE NEVER DIES was filmed and released in cinemas internationally by Universal Pictures. The DVD and Blu-Ray release debuted at #1 on the international music charts, and #4 on the overall charts.
Following the success of LOVE NEVER DIES, Anna was invited to make her West End debut as Christine in THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA in the flagship production of the show at Her Majesty’s Theatre, London. She then created the role of Jenny Lind in Cameron Mackintosh’s BARNUM (Chichester Festival Theatre), the process of which was featured in the documentary THE SOUND OF MUSICALS (Channel 4). Anna then returned to the West End in Robert Allan Ackerman’s STRANGERS ON A TRAIN (Gielgud Theatre). In 2015, she played Anne Egerman in A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC (Palace Theatre) as part of the show’s 40th anniversary celebrations. She then debuted with English National Opera in their landmark production of SWEENEY TODD, starring Bryn Terfel and Emma Thompson. She became the first actress to perform as Christine in THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA in Russia, in a special performance broadcast nationally from the Bolshoi Theatre as part of the Golden Mask Awards. She regularly performs internationally on the concert stage, and has sung for royalty, world leaders and dignitaries.
Anna returned to her hometown of Melbourne to perform the role of Maria in a sell-out season of WEST SIDE STORY (State Theatre) and has also played Sarah Brown in a UK tour of GUYS AND DOLLS, Eliza Doolittle in an Australian tour of MY FAIR LADY and Cunegonde in a concert presentation of CANDIDE. Her latest roles have seen her play Laura Fairlie in THE WOMAN IN WHITE and Isabelle in AMOUR both at the Charing Cross Theatre.
Amour Paris, 1950 – a shy, unassuming civil servant, Dusoleil, lives alone and works diligently in a dreary office. To pass the time, he writes letters to his mother and daydreams about the beautiful Isabelle, who is kept locked away by her controlling husband. When Dusoleil miraculously gains the ability to walk through walls, he not only begins ...
The Woman in White A tempestuous tale of love, betrayal and greed, adapted from Wilkie Collins’ haunting Victorian thriller, this is the premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber and David Zippel’s revised score of the Tony and Olivier-Award nominated musical, The Woman in White. Walter Hartright’s life is changed forever after a chance encounter with a my...
Another must-watch for musical theatre fans. The latest broadcast on Andrew Lloyd Webber's lockdown The Shows Must Go On freeview YouTube channel is the award-winning Australian production of The Phantom of the Opera sequel Love Never Dies.
Despite five star reviews the UK professional premiere production of legendary composer Michel Legrand’s musical comedy Amour will end its run early, on 8 June 2019, having played 45 performances. There’s only two more weeks to see this “genuinely enchanting” and “utterly gorgeous” production so there’s no time to waste in booking your tickets.
How does Michel Legrand's score inspire the cast of AMOUR? The five-time Tony Award-nominated musical receives its UK professional premiere in this production, which is also the first staging since Legrand's death in January. Terri Paddock talked to the company as well as producer Danielle Tarento and director Hannah Chissick...
"C'est magnifique!" says The Stage and, across the board, critics are professing j'adore AMOUR. We've rounded up a few of the four- and five-star reviews as well as the latest show trailer. Are you ready to fall in love? Time to get booking!
Our #FirstNightTakeover series continues with Perry O’Bree attending the West End opening of AMOUR at the Charing Cross Theatre. Perry was there taking in the intimate atmosphere of Michel Legrand’s musical fantasy and of course fitting in some post-show chats with cast members Anna O’Byrne, Elissa Churchill and Claire Machin. It was a ‘chocolate box of delightful joy’ and Perry seems to have loved every bite!