Australia - NSW
Chrome's unison precision, elegance and humour have enchanted and bemused audiences around the globe. This athletic trio presents a mobile feast of performance vignettes in using song, dance and instruments. These structured episodes create opportunities for linking improvisations using the audience - which often lead to moments of poignancy or hilarity.
Chrome are as effective with a handful of people as they are with an audience of thousands. Whatever the conditions this group transforms ordinary settings into places of discovery and cultural congress.

Chrome is a trio directed by Tony Strachan and performed by Tony Cogin, Craig Fortey, Paul Wilson and Paul Eastway.

The Sharks
An exploration of Australia's contemporary beach culture. A wry and witty performance encapsulating our obsession with the sun, surf and sand. The Sharks look fantastic when placed next to a 'water' environment.

The Lizards
Inspired by the Australian outback, these three characters glide into public spaces to comment on the geography and nature of this great land. The Lizards are smooth, cool and witty and will always leave any place they've been sunning themselves in complete uproar!

Pink Fit
Men and women alike fall like snow and melt as these charmers sing their songs of love and seduction. This is an interactive threesome who love everyone they meet and will give unsolicited advice on your complexion, hair colour, choice of clothes...even your choice of partner. Incredibly cheeky, these three crooners act as ice-breakers at any event!

The Birds
A work of elegant movement and vocal harmony from a small flock of yellow-bedecked men with aerodynamic headwear. Three performers with the opportunistic streak of seagulls mixed with the cheekiness of parrots as they pursue their audience across piazzas, parks and squares. Unlike the audience for Alfred Hitchcock, Chrome's audience will be laughing as they run.
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Holly Bryar

Crowned Miss Sydney Australia (2016) at the 6th annual sustainability pageant, Holly was determined from a young age to chase her dreams of working behind and in front of the camera.

After High School, she secured early entry into Charles Sturt University undertaking a double degree in TV Production & Graphic Design. It was during those four years Holly developed her love for creating children’s content within film, television and design.

Upon completing her degree, Holly relocated to Sydney taking time to pursue her passion for acting. She completed various short courses at NIDA under the guidance of Don Christopher, Brendon McDonnell & Serhat Caradee (AFI/AACTA nominee). Soon after she was accepted into NIDA’S part-time course - Advanced Screen Actors Studio with Writer/Directors Elissa Down (Black Balloon) and Craig Boreham (Teenage Kicks).

Holly has worked alongside the talented production teams of much-loved children’s programs Giggle & Hoot and Play School at ABC Kids TV. She currently works freelance and still continues her passion for performing arts.


Aaron Fa’Aoso

Aaron Fa’Aoso is best known for his appearances in ABC’s BLACK COMEDY, which was nominated for Most Outstanding Comedy Program at the 2015 Logies and won an AACTA for Best Direction. Aaron will next be seen in the new Nine Network drama series, HYDE & SEEK and Ivan Sen’s feature, GOLDSTONE which is opening the 2016 Sydney Film Festival. He first came to prominence in 2004 with his performance as ‘Eddie’ in the critically-acclaimed SBS mini-series, R.A.N., for which he received nominations for an AFI Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Television Drama and a LOGIE Award for Most Outstanding New Talent.

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