Dean Bryant directs musical theatre legend Trevor Ashley in the divinely decadent drag cabaret, I'm Every Woman at The Famous Spiegeltent from Tuesday 19 - Saturday 23 February. A diva of multiple personalities, Trevor Ashley will delight audiences with a degustation of drag interpretations of Whitney Houston, Liza Minnelli, Shirley Bassey and many more.
With 27 dresses, 14 wigs and impressive vocal chops, Trevor Ashley - or "Trashley" as he is known among the glitterati - literally transforms into a dozen of world's legendary female songstresses in 80 minutes. From Judy Garland to Lady Gaga, Trevor Ashley will recreate career highlight's of everyone's favourite divas with the help of a smokin' four piece band, a cavalcade of hit songs, and one extremely hard-working wind machine.
Direct from sold-out seasons of his sensational shows Liza (On an E), Fat Swan and Little Orphan Trashley, Trevor Ashley lays on the glamour as he reveals his greatest hits at The Famous Spiegeltent.
Trevor Ashley made his big-budget musical theatre debut creating the role of Miss Understanding in the world premiere production of Priscilla Queen of The Desert - The Musical, playing over 600 performances in Sydney and Melbourne. He followed this with Gale Edwards' hit, Jerry Springer the Opera at the Sydney Opera House. Most recently, Trevor Ashley won accolades, including a nomination for Best Actor in a Musical at the Sydney Theatre Awards, for his portrayal of Edna Turnblad in David Atkins' production of Hairspray.
Dean Bryant is fast becoming one of Australia's most prolific musical theatre directors. Known for his collaborations with Mathew Frank, including original Australian musicals such as Green Room Award-winning Prodigal, Once We Lived Here, Britney Spears: The Cabaret starring Christie Whelan, and the 2013 Midsumma Festival smash-hit Gaybies starring Magda Szubanski, Virginia Gay and Kate Kendall. On the main stage, Dean Bryant has worked on Priscilla Queen of the Desert - The Musical, MTC's The Drowsy Chaperone with Geoffrey Rush and the recent production of An Officer and a Gentleman.