Pauline has always loved singing, being in school choirs and madrigal groups. At 17 she began singing in Sydney folk clubs and wine bars with a guitar and started drama lessons at the Independent Theatre School at North Sydney.
In 1976 Pauline was the lead singer actress at Dirty Dicks Elizabethan Rooms Perth, playing the part of Prudence the Puritan in the Cavalier and the Puritan, learning a lot about interactive performance.
She has studied Speech and Drama with Australian Music Examinations Board to Associate level and has a Licentiate in Drama through Education in Dance and Theatre Arts.
Pauline has also performed in a many concerts and local musical productions and used her skills in performance as a children’s librarian.
Since having children Pauline has focused on teaching drama and singing in private practice and with Southern Highlands Theatre School of Ballet and Brainwave Learning Centre at Picton.
Pauline has also written a number of quirky interactive scripts for students and children’s stories and directed a number of plays.
In recent years she has been researching interactive performance using an affirmative and values based approach at University of Technology Sydney and Newcastle University.
Sarah started singing at 6 and acting at 8.
Over the last 25 years she has worked with ATYP, NIDA, Sydney Theatre Company, performance groups and appeared on TV, film and documentaries.
She is particularly talented at musical theatre having had 26 leading roles which includes Les Miserables, West Side Story, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dream Coat, Cosi, Jesus Christ Superstar and the lead in the world premiere of Jane Eyre the musical.
Since having children Sarah in the past 15 years had established the highly successful S.T.A.D.S in Picton NSW, training youth and children in drama, vocal skills, dancing and experiences through live performances and film work.
She has written and directed 3 successful children’s pantomimes as well as the documentary “Growing up in the Dilly”. www.s-t-a-d-s.com
Jessica has a Bachelor of Creative Arts for Drama Performance and also is an experienced stage manager.
Some of her acting debuts include House of Bernada at the Seymour Centre Sydney, The Day they Kidnapped the Pope, Play On, All Saints, Post Cards on ABC and much more.
Jessica spends a lot of her spare time involved in community theatre as stage manager and performer.
She loves teaching children Drama and has taught at Action on Cue in Wetherill Park and French Doors at Thirlemere NSW.
Stephen over the last 5 years has been involved with the Picton Theatre Group, NSW.
He has been involved in all aspects of theatre including directing two comedy plays, sound, lighting, photography, special effects, running Vintage Film days and costume making. He has had lead roles with Picton Theatre Group.
He is happy to be part of a team with large and small parts where he can relax such as playing a dead body.
Stephen has also been the President, Secretary and Publicity Officer for Picton Players. He has also had lead roles in productions with the Richmond Players NSW.
Stephen is a qualified Industrial Arts and Primary Teacher.
In recent years he has been involved in training and employment services to people with disabilities. He brokers community partnerships in Western Sydney to increase the schooling success of disadvantage youth. He believes they can succeed with encouragement.
He is on the management committees of several not for profit organisations which support refugees and supporting alternative schooling. He hopes the kids like the Earthic-Us team and is delighted to play Alfie, Dr. Always Be Happy.
Jessica has loved acting, singing and dancing since she was 4 years old.
She attended Halloran School of Dancing in Sydney 5 days a week studying Royal Academy of Dance Ballet syllabus. She is also an accomplished Character, Jazz, Irish and Tap dancer.
For the last 8 years Jessica has also studied Speech and Drama with Australian Music Examinations Board to Associate level with outstanding results.
Jessica has performed in school plays and concerts.
Promotional work has been Jessica’s source of income using her creative talents.
Being involved in “Earthic-Us We Care” has been the best experience yet for Jessica.
She thinks her role of Verity Vitality is a great role model for children.
Director:Pauline Lovitt, Frank Selmo and Cast Members
Pauline has directed many concerts with drama and singing students for 30 years. She directed “Cheaper By the Dozen” a musical play for MET school Campbelltown 2004. Pauline worked with her ideas of how the script be directed.
With the input of Sarah Schols, who has had extensive experience in producing for stage and film and the other cast members ideas, Earthic-Us We Care evolved from a script to an interactive performance during rehearsals. The final directing was done by Frank Selmo.