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Ebony Andrew

Ebony Andrew


Ebony has been on the stage since she was four years old; acting, singing and dancing and simply lives for it. She has trained in Ballet, Latin American, New vogue and Ballroom dancing. Ebony is also a classically trained singer, particularly in opera and musical theatre. Most recently Ebony played the lead role of Belle in the Disney classic, "Beauty and the Beast" and received a nomination for best female lead in a production at the 2016 Show Down awards. Her passion for singing was enriched when she toured Germany in 2015 with " The Fundamentals Choir" to compete in the European choir games where they received numerous awards. Ebony's first major Role was Lucinda, Cinderellas step sister in Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Into the Woods" ( 2014); Last year she played Amelius in Shakespeare's "Titus Andronicus" at The Pumphouse Theatre and also played the lead role, Dana, in Riwa Brown's "Nga Wahine". Throughout her schooling Ebony was heavily involved in drama where she was endorsed with excellence each year, she was awarded the drama award multiple times and also received an Outstanding Scholarship for Drama in year 13. She lead her school Kapa haka team on and off stage and loves busting out a haka when she can. Her role of choir leader for the top two choirs in school ( SOS and The Fundamentals) grew her passion for teaching. Since 2015 she has been a member of Massive company, one of New Zealand's leading physical theatre company's and has been cast in their show "Hope Burns" which will be performed in The Q theatre and Mangere Arts theatre this year. Ebony is a passionate tutor and loves her perform. net students as she constantly learns from their beautiful creativity, imagination and truth.

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