Ben is the lead vocalist and musical arranger of The 60 Four, where he scales the vocal heights of Frankie Valli, giving the group their distinct sound.
Ben, 24, has many years of performance experience. His training has taken him around Australia, to Hong Kong, Paris and to London where has performed in the West End and The Royal Albert Hall. His musical theatre credits include Pirates of Penzance (Frederic), Jesus Christ Superstar (Jesus) and Barnum (P.T Barnum). Opera credits with the State Opera of South Australia include Cloudstreet! (Lon Lamb), Carmen and La Bohemé. Drama credits include the self-produced one man play, Private Peaceful, which won the Theatre Association of South Australia’s ‘DramatiCAL’ awards of Best Drama and Best Youth Actor. Other credits with Independent Theatre include Peter and Alice (Peter Pan), Amadeus (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart), A Song To Sing, O (George Grossmith), Brideshead Revisited (Sebastien Flyte), Don Carlos (Prince Carlos) and Old Wicked Songs (Stephan Hoffman).
Ben also regularly sings at corporate functions across South Australia with Ding Productions and has shared the stage with Rachel Beck, Amity Dry and Charmaine Jones. Off stage, Ben’s accolades include director, musical director, orchestral conductor, producer and writer. Ben recently musically directed the South Australian premiere of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Pelican Productions’ staging of Chicago at the Thebarton Theatre. While still at school, Ben founded Promise Adelaide to support emerging musical theatre performers and provided opportunities for over 100 young performers while raising over $20,000 for charity organisations.
Ben has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism/Creative Writing) from Griffith University, and has recently commenced a Master of Business (Arts and Cultural Management) at Deakin University. He is also a vocal teacher at Adelaide Theatre Academy.
Jack originally hails from Adelaide, South Australia where he initially studied Musical Theatre at the Australian Company of Performing Arts in 2018. In 2019, Jack was awarded the Full Scholarship for the Advanced Diploma in Musical Theatre at Jason Coleman’s Ministry of Dance. Jack has performed with The 60 Four since 2018 in three sell-out Fringe seasons and a sold-out Spring Tour in the latter half of 2018. He was fortunate enough to join the cast of The
Book Of Mormon Australia/New Zealand in the spring of 2019 where he was a member of the On-stage Ensemble until the premature closing of the production in Auckland at the hands of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Jack is as excited as ever for The 60 Four to continue from strength to strength through 2022 and beyond!