Jordan Stack, is a performer and theatre practitioner. A graduate of the National Theatre Drama School, Jordan has directed and performed in works across many acting mediums - film, TV, short film, voiceover and theatre. His most recent credits include; I Will Not Be Here Long, 40’s A Decade of Variety (director, writer and performer), Share: The Youth Issues Musical and Metamorphoses, (Silenus, Hermes, Q), Tminus1200 Season 1 (performer and producer), set designer for Bloomsday's Travesties and is a cast member of the weekly live web series Celestial Sabotage by Mammoth Tales. Jordan is a resident actor, writer, director and current Theatre Programs Manager for Fresh Theatre for Social Change. He is also the director and founder of Eclective Theatre Co.
Jordan is committed to producing innovative and diverse theatre experiences and brings a strong work ethic and infectious positive energy to any room. He has developed and performed in theatrical works for people from a range of age groups, experiences and abilities and is committed to providing inclusive theatre opportunities in every performance or program with which he engages.
Chris is a Melbourne based Actor, Singer & Variety Performer (Piano, Juggling, and Fire Performance). He is currently working as the manager and venue tech at Club Voltaire in the heart of North Melbourne’s arts district and is streaming live games of D&D on Twitch every Sunday with Mammoth Tales. He has completed training at Hydrama (Hydra, Greece) & Howard Fine Acting Studio (Melbourne, Australia).Chris first appeared on stage with the National Boys Choir in 1998, and now 21 years, 17 plays, 7 musicals, 3 short films and a live comedy show later, he is very excited to be taking on a new project in a new format for his first time at the Alex Theatre. For 2019 Fringe he is teching for two shows at Voltaire, but for one night only will be stepping out from the darkness of the desk to tread the boards in T-12:00!
Holly moved to Melbourne from Perth in 2017 after completing a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Performance Studies. During her time so far in Melbourne Holly has performed at Melbourne’s Fringe Festival in a two woman show that received outstanding reviews, “Dodd and Joy understand the delicacy and nuance of Perich’s writing perfectly, and their relationship is as completely believable as it is complex.”
Holly has also presented Melbourne’s traffic reports across 10 News First, Ch7 & Ch9 as well as being cast in multiple short films and online commercials. Holly loves improvisation and believes that it is a crucial skill for any actor and that it gives so much more life and depth to her scripted characters. She has successfully auditioned for and is part of The Tickle Pits ensemble, a Melbourne based Improv group. On her weekends Holly also performs as the character of Headrin on Mammoth Tales live stream playing Dungeons and Dragons every Sunday.
Holly has recently taken an interest in Producing and has started creating her own work to Produce and pitch to networks in the field of sketch comedy. Holly is continually working to strengthen her screen acting skills by working daily and checking in weekly with her private coach Chum Ehelepola who stars in Disney’s live action remake of Mulan releasing in 2020. Holly has studied with multiple reputable schools in the past few years including Sydney Actors Collective, 16th St Actors Studio and TAFTA.
In the last few years Alex has been performing in Melbourne in a number of disciplines, from a most proper turn as Lady Gwendolen in a wild all male performance of The Importance of Being Earnest. A noble turn as Junius Brutus in Coriolanus and a venture into dance theatre in last year’s STIGMA. Alex is always up for a challenge and he is looking forward to diving into the adventure that is T Minus 1200 once again!
Nathan is a financial adviser by day who involves himself in all things theatre by night (or in this case all day and night). Having acted in Thirty Nine with Fresh Theatre for Social Change and producing 40’s A Decade of Variety as a part of Melbourne Fringe Festival in recent years, Nathan has immensely enjoyed the family that a theatre show creates and the challenge that each performance presents.
Born on a remote community in the Kimberly region of Western Australia, Eva McEntee draws much of her creative instincts from her experience with remote Australia with an uncompromising female voice. She has been studying acting for over ten years in regional NSW, and in 2014 earned a bachelor of psychological science, focusing on human behaviour. In 2018 she graduated from the National Theatre Drama School and has plans to create work that is provocative, uninhibited and relevant. She has been closely involved with FRESH youth theatre in 2019, and utilises her experiences with psychoeducational models to direct Applied Theatre productions with young people around Melbourne. She is currently writing a one woman show based in regional Australia, with underlying issues around domestic violence in rural communities.