KYNETON THEATRE COMPANY
The Committee of
Olivia has been involved with theatre for as long as she could walk and has been secretary of KTC for the past 4 years. She enjoys multiple roles within the theatre community; Director, Actress, Secretary and now President and always looks forward to engaging with new talent in the area. Her hobbies include late night sing-a-longs with her two beautiful daughters, theatre and spending time with family & friends. Her experience with theatre has really shone through in her recent directions of Hairspray, Grease and Oliver.
Production Oversight Manager
Tom has been a part of KTC for a few years now after "The Gondoliers" being his first show. He is always ready to lend a helping hand onstage and off and brings a lot of experience to the committee. He recently came back from Canada where his passion for racing dogs lead him to train a 16 dog team. His growth from racing Pee-Wee teams, to then racing 3-5 Dog teams is a credit and shows his dedication & hard work. Even despite the lack of snow here in Kyneton, he has his skates on and is excited to help bring Kyneton into this new phase.
Nicholas has been involved in theatre since his first high school production in 2008. He started off working back stage, doing the sound design and operation until 2012 where he jumped onstage for the first time and loved it. In 2013 he joined KTC and hasn't looked back since. Nick has been involved with every show since then, either onstage or back to his roots and helping out backstage or with the sound design. Nick enjoys all aspects of theatre and is excited to be working with Kyneton Theatre company as we go on to bigger and better things in years to come.
Kate Blyth is a musician and actor who has been involved with KTC for many years. She has been a dedicated supporter of the company and was Secretary in 2019. When not managing KTC business, Kate plays flute in several orchestras and performs in both Bendigo and Kyneton.
Jordyn is very new to the KTC Committee but has been involved with many productions over the years, beginning with Anything goes in 2013. She was roped into backstage once, and haven't left since. She enjoys being backstage and the behind the scenes work that happens. Most recently she has been involved with marketing. She is looking forward to helping more with upcoming events and getting to know the talent of the theatre company.
Production Oversight Member
Don is an extremely experienced performer having worked in Melbourne as a professional artist and also performing in KTC productions for many years. Don is a member of the Friends of the Bluestone and is highly committed to providing young people in the community the opportunity to discover and enjoy theatre.
Caroline is happy to continue to support Kyneton Theatre Company in both her official role with the committee and in productions. She has been the musical director for several shows including Oliver and Grease. Caroline has been involved with theatre since she was a very young girl, performing in Joseph and His Technicolour Dreamcoat in Essendon. When not working on stage, Caroline is a senior business manager and marketer.
My name is Tayla. I've been in and out of theatre since I was little but recently I've been much more involved with the community theatre company's everywhere between Ballarat, Bendigo Sunbury and Kyenton. I was cast in Beauty and the Beast that Kyenton was putting on prior to covid and I'm still disappointed that didn't go ahead.
I've applied for secretary because I'd love to be able to help out kyenton theatre company in any way I can! I was secretary of the Bendigo Association of Pharmacy Students 2015 when I was at university, and I was on the BAPS committee every year I was at university. I've also been a big part in promotion, marketing and retention at SHP in Maryborough when they did Frankenstein A New Musical.
I feel I'd be an excellent addition to the committee, and can't wait to offer everything I have to help KTC put of wonderful shows for the community.