Feature Act available for hire, based in New South Wales
Enter the Aphrodizziacs, three singing divas strutting to centre stage, modestly fending off awestruck admirers with a bold selection of aurally arousing a cappella pop. Take a familiar tune and be guaranteed that these three voices will blend in a devilish combination of heart stopping harmonies and riotous repartee. This group features the talents of Rebecca Barry, Felicity Price and Sara Browne singing some of their own renditions of Xanadu, Copacabana, and Venus, just to name a few. Their childish wit will have you laughing in no time! By changing all the words to all the famous songs, have tightly choreographed moves and are very fun and sexy. Specialising in tailor making your show, they will write lyrics to suit your company!
About the girls
After living and travelling around Europe for a while, Rebecca returned to Australia to complete a Bachelor of Arts degree from UNSW majoring in Theatre and Film with honours. During her study she worked on several shorts and feature films, music clips as art director and designer. She has written and directed numerous short films and documentary projects such as "Operation Weight Off" (producer, writer), "Red Means Go" (co-director) as well as directing and producing dance party and corporate videos. She has also produced two theatre productions "Do Dogs Dream of Angels" (producer – Poland 2000) and "Hamlet" at the Seymour Centre (producer). In her spare time she plays out her secret desires in the a capella cabaret trio "The Aphrodizziacs."
Felicity graduated from the Drama course at the Victorian College of the Arts in 1996. During her time at the VCA she was actively involved with both the Film School and the Dance School, where she collaborated with choreographer Nicki Smith to perform in several Dance/Theatre shows for Stride Theatre Co. Since 1996, Felicity has worked extensively in theatre, film and television. Among other theatre companies, she has performed with Company B (Belvoir), MTC and the Ensemble. She has maintained her interest in Dance/Theatre, performing in the 1997 Danceweek and studying in Paris under Quincella Swyningan, a longtime member of the Pina Bausch Co.
Sara has been training and working in the performing arts since the age of 10. Always a natural drama queen, her achievements in drama and music led her to 3 years of working with regional company Theatre North and then onto a creative Arts degree at the University of Wollongong. Since graduating, Sara has toured extensively with theatre in education companies and performed in numerous independent theatrical productions around Sydney. She wrote and performed her own one-woman cabaret show and formed a successful a cappella comedy trio called the Aphrodizziacs. She also played the lead role in the highly successful Australian feature film, "Occasional Coarse Language", which enjoyed a national release in summer 1998.