Arman Ferrer (full name Antonio Rey Manuel F. Ferrer) is a professional musical theatre performer whose leading man-quality, attention-grabbing vocals match his long list of accomplishments and accolades. Trained in classical music at University of The Philippines, College of Music, he also received a vital New York education with greats Bill Schuman and Claire Primrose.
Locally active in the news and beloved in the close-knit theatre family, Arman has appeared in “Binondo: A Tsinoy Musical” (Synergy 88), “Guadalupe: The Musical” (Julia Borromeo Productions), “A Comedy of Tenors” (Repertory Philippines) and “Maynila Sa Mga Kuko ng Liwanag” (Gantimpala Theater), to name a few.
As a recording artist with a dedicated following, Arman is equally at home in the studio consistently producing covers in his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtV6rp-43279LT38gwb3s9w
Of Arman’s turn in “Sideshow”, he was singled out as: ‘powerful in his rare laconic role as Jake/Cannibal King… [and] his profound love for Violet is felt across the halls with a mere turn of the head. His physicality is matched by a robust baritone that finds its best medium in the song, "The Devil You Know”’.
Ryver Overton started out doing dance and singing at the age of five and continued until he was 11 at Cindy’s Dance Studio from 2007-2013. He then decided to pursue an acting career, by studying film at Cinewest before moving onto screen acting and musical theatre at The Performance Studio in 2013-2015. After successfully auditioning for Sydney Theatre School, he completed his Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Theatre and Screen (Acting) in 2020-2021.
During this time Ryver has been in over fifteen dance recitals, two musicals, two short films and directed his own short film as well as playing more than ten characters in multiple theatre performances including “Romeo and” Juliet, “Hamlet”, “Death of A Salesman” and “Somewhere Nowhere”.
Angus Temrak has always been curious, deep-thinking and creative, so when he discovered acting he decided that the performing life was for him. He consequently spent his teens involved in community theatre on the Central Coast.
After he completed his HSC he sought adventure and traveled overseas to get a broad range of life experiences. Angus found himself working in the countryside of Japan and in its busy cities where he got some acting gigs. He then went backpacking around Southeast Asia and Central Australia, working interesting jobs in exotic places and gaining valuable experience. After three years away, he felt it was time to seriously dedicate himself to studying the craft of acting—having completed two years at Sydney Theatre School.
Angus believes that the combination of rigorous study, emotional intelligence, determination, courage and real-world experience is essential for any professional actor.