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TONY SHELDON
of Broadway's Priscilla Queen of the Desert the Musical


Tony Sheldon as
                                      "Bernadette" in
                                      Broadway's PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE
                                      DESERT THE MUSICAL
Tony Seldon from
                                      PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT THE
                                      MUSICAL
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TONY SHELDON created the role of “Bernadette” in the original cast of Priscilla Queen Of The Desert The Musical in Australia and starred for two years in Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland before transferring to London’s West End where he was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical.

Other theatre includes: “Roger De Bris” in Mel Brooks’ The Producers, directed by Susan Stroman (Australian tour), “Clyde” in The Witches of Eastwick (Melbourne),  “Garry” in Noises Off (Sydney Opera House), Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing, A Comedy of Errors, Henry IV and Candide (Nimrod Theatre), “Edmund” in Long Day’s Journey Into Night, “Manolo” in The Odd Couple, “Hero” in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, “Maitland” in The Chalk Garden, “Gordon” in Neville’s Island,  “Dick” in Dames at Sea, “The Negro” in The Roar of the Greasepaint – The Smell of the Crowd (Marian Street Theatre), “Geoffrey” in The Sisters Rosensweig, “John Barrymore” in I Hate Hamlet with Guy Pearce (Melbourne Theatre Company),  “Elyot” in Private Lives,  “The Baker” in Into the Woods, “Laurence Vail” in Once in a Lifetime, “Florindo” in The Venetian Twins, “Paul” in Company, “Joe” in Merrily We Roll Along, “Mendel” in Falsettos (Sydney Theatre Company), “Arnold” in  Torch Song Trilogy (Australian Tour), “Lt. Ralph Clark of the First Fleet” in the one-man play A Singular Voyage (Sydney Festival),  “Aunt Augusta” in Travels with My Aunt (Australian tour),  “Mr. Myers” in Fame - The Musical (Australian Tour), “Jonathan Harker” in Dracula directed by Sir Robert Helpmann (Australian tour),  “Sergei” in Wild Honey (South Australian Theatre Company), “Alvin” in I Love My Wife (Australian tour), “Clifford” in Deathtrap (Queensland Theatre Company), “Tom” in The Glass Menagerie, “Alan” in Equus (Hunter Valley Theatre Company), “El Gallo” in The Fantasticks (Newtown Theatre) and “Donald” in Spoiled (Independent Theatre).

Awards  include:  The Sydney Critics Award, The Green Room Award, Glugs Award and Mo Award for Best Actor in a Musical (Priscilla Queen Of The Desert The Musical, 2007), the Helpmann, Mo and Sydney Theatre Awards for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical (The Producers, 2005), the Norman Kessel Award for Outstanding Performance  in a Play (Noises Off, 2001), Green Room Award for Best Supporting Actor in a musical (Falsettos, 1994), Variety Club and Green Room Award as Best Actor in a Play (Torch Song Trilogy, 1983), National Th
eatre Award for Best Actor (Inner Voices, 1977) and many other nominations. Extensive directing and writing credits.

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