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Jonathan Harris

Jonathan Harris

Tutor

Dip. Acting (The Actors Program), Dip. Musical Theatre (Whitireia Performing Arts)

Jonathan is a graduate of The Actors Program, and a graduate of Whitireia Performing Arts Centre with a Diploma in Musical Theatre. He recently produced the double bill season of No Science to Goodbye & Todo Verano at Te Pou Theatre. He produced & directed a short film ‘At First Sight’ for the Wellington Night Market film festival, which won first prize. Jonathan's Musical Theatre credits include Sky in MAMMA MIA! @ Bruce Mason Centre (2018), Sonny in Grease (Wellington Musical Theatre), Luther Billis in South Pacific (Hutt Valley Orchestra), Fred in Smokey Joe's Cafe, Sebastian in Serial Killer Barbie, and Timothy in BOXED (NZ Fringe Festival '15). In classic theatre, Jonathan played Jasperino in The Changeling (dir. by Michael Hurst), Chiron in Titus Andronicus, and multiple roles in Earthquakes in London (Basement Theatre).

His notable screen credits include Caleb in TV2s recent Wilde Ride, and Ben Smart in Doubt: The Scott Watson Case. He played a supporting role in Pork Pie (2016), and starred in a nationwide Vodafone commercial. Jonathan guest starred on Shortland Street as bad boy Connor Stuart. Jonathan has been working with children in different areas since he began working at 16! Aquatic Instructor, Lifeguard, Robotics & Technology Instructor, school holiday programme facilitator, and drama teacher are some of the positions he has worked as. He loves kids, loves seeing them shine, and working to build their confidence through performance. Jonathan really is the triple threat and we are just delighted to welcome him to the Pform.nz team. We know that you will love his classes be it drama, dance or musical theatre.

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