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Cats Credits

Circus Tour - 12/1999 - 02/2001 - Skimbleshanks

South Korea Tent Tour - 2003 - Resident Director

World Tour - 04/2004 - Swing "Bill Bailey"

World Tour - 07/2004 - Swing "Bill Bailey"

Aus/Asia Tour - 01/2007 - Swing "Victor"

Aus/Asia Tour - 11/2007 - Swing "Victor"

Aus/Asia Tour - 05/2009 - Swing "Victor"

Asia Tour - 01/2015 - Coricopat

Asia Tour - 04/2015 - Swing "Carbucketty"; Resident Director

Australia Tour - 09/2015 - Swing; Resident Director

Biography

1999

Stephen grew up in Adelaide and from the age of 11 performed in pantomimes and musicals such as The King and I. He received his certificate in contemporary dance from the Centre of Performing Arts in Adelaide before being accepted into and graduating from the Australian Ballet School. In 1985 Stephen joined The Australian Ballet as a member of the Corps de Ballet. During the 10 years he was with The Australian Ballet he reached the rank of leading soloist, dancing such roles as Dr Coppelius in Coppelia, Alain and the Widow Simone in La Fille mal gardee, Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet, the Psychiatrist in Equus and Hilarion in Giselle. He also toured overseas to many countries including the USA, Japan, China, the former Soviet Union and the United Kingdom where he performed for Her Majesty the Queen of England in the Bicentennial Royal Gala Performance. After a time away from the stage Stephen returned to join the Australian and New Zealand tour of The Phantom of the Opera, 1995-1998.

2015

STEPHEN MORGANTE received his certificate in contemporary dance from the Centre for the Performing Arts in Adelaide before being accepted into and graduating from the Australian Ballet School. In 1985 Stephen joined The Australian Ballet. During his 10 years in the company he attained the position of Leading Soloist touring overseas to many countries including Japan, China, the former Soviet Union and the United Kingdom where he performed for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth in the a Bicentennial Royal Gala Performance and the Metropolitan Opera House in New York. After retiring from The Australian Ballet he joined the Australian and New Zealand tour of The Phantom of the Opera.

Stephen joined the Big Top cast of CATS in 1999 and has toured with different productions of CATS ever since establishing the position of Resident Director since 2003. Stephen was also a cast member of the 2001 production of Singin’ in the Rain; the 2006 production of Dirty Dancing; and Sydney Dance Company’s Tivoli. Stephen was part of the creative team and Resident Artist Director of Operations for The House of Dancing Water in Macau from 2010 to 2012.

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