Marc Calwell

Marc Calwell

Wyong Drama Group

Marc has been performing on stage for over 30 years with the last 21 of these being mainly on the Central Coast, after having performed in Sydney in West Side Story, Chicago, Guys and Dolls, Showboat, and many more. Moving to the Coast in the mid 90's, Marc was the lead in the first production for Wyong Musical Theatre Company before joining Wyong Drama Group and adding plays to his previous repertoire of musicals. In musicals, Marc has been seen as King Herod in Jesus Christ Superstar, Major General Stanley in Pirates of Penzance - twice, Sergei Puukolisto in Eurobeat - Almost Eurovision, and Fagin in Oliver. Marc has performed the roles of Lt Gruber in Allo 'Alto, Robert in Proof, and Garry Lejeune in Noises Off with Wyong Drama Group and was seen on the Laycock Street stage for GMS in Pirates of Penzance, My Fair Lady and 42nd Street.


FEATURED CREDITS

To Kill a Mockingbird (Atticus Finch), Wyong Drama Group, 2023

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Jopuka is committed to presenting the true diversity of Australia in our artistic vision so that all youth and young people can see themselves represented in our programming. Jopuka also commits to actively working towards better engagement of youth and young people from First Nations, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse and LGBTQIA+ communities, to ensure the future of our sector represents the true make-up of our
community.

Jopuka Productions

Jopuka Productions

Jopuka is committed to presenting the true diversity of Australia in our artistic vision so that all youth and young people can see themselves represented in our programming. Jopuka also commits to actively working towards better engagement of youth and young people from First Nations, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse and LGBTQIA+ communities, to ensure the future of our sector represents the true make-up of our
community.

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