Tim Rogers

Tim credits include “The Phantom of the Opera”, “South Pacific” (National Tour), Sondheim’s “Follies” in the role of ‘Young Ben’, Freddie Eynsford-Hill in “My Fair Lady”, “Miss Saigon” (original Australian cast), “Jesus Christ Superstar” (National Tour), ‘Henrick’ in “A Little Night Music” (Melbourne Theatre Company), ‘Ravenal’ in Livent’s production of “Showboat”, the title role in “Leonardo – A Portrait of Love” and ‘Domenique’ (Guest Star) in the NIDA production of Steven Scwartz’s “The Baker Wife”. He also performed with the Victoria State Opera and Opera Australia, including the role of ‘Nadir’ in Bizet’s “The Pearl Fisher’s”, ‘Parpignol’ in “La Boheme” and ‘Algenore’ in Mozart’s “Il Re Pastore”. Tim has sung all over the world, from New York to Moscow, from Japan to Italy. He regularly sings with the BBC Concert Orchestra and has performed with the artists including Beyonce, Pink, Michael Ball, Elaine Paige and Sarah Brightman. His UK debut was the role of ‘Tony’ in “West Side Story” (West End and UK tour). Since then he appeared as ‘Frederick’ in D’Oyly Carte’s “The Pirates of Penzance” at the Savoy, as ‘The Man’ in “Whistle Down the Wind” (UK tours 2001-2002 and 2003, and West End Palace Theatre, 2006), ‘Bobby’ in “Putting it Together” at the Manchester Library Theatre, ‘Jerry’ in “The Full Monty” (UK No 1 Tour) and “The Thing about Men” which played to full houses at London’s King’s Head Theatre. Most recently Tim has been seen touring the UK in the lead role of ‘Alex’ in “Aspects of Love” and was personally invited to help create the sequel to “The Phantom of the Opera,” “ Love Never Dies.”

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