Jeremy first worked with Auckland Theatre Company in the production of Cabaret in 1999 and has worked with the company both on and offstage ever since, most recently as choreographer on Rupert and Guys and Dolls. In a career spanning over 20 years Jeremy has enjoyed working in both theatre and film. His diverse range of skills has afforded many varied opportunities here in New Zealand as well as overseas as an actor, dancer, choreographer, voice-over artist and director. Holding both regional and national titles in Aerobics and Hip Hop, Jeremy continued to dance for the Candy Lane Dancers for over 16 years. Whilst living in London in 2007 - 2008 Jeremy performed in Hot in Havana and taught dance at the West End dance school – Creation Dance. Returning home to New Zealand Jeremy has enjoyed stepping into the director's shoes more often and has most recently enjoyed directing the King's College productions of Grease and Urinetown and writing and directing an original work Into The Hood for Diocesan School. Jeremy has toured New Zealand with the Ben McDonald productions Pirates Of Penzance, Oklahoma and The Great Gatsby as both choreographer and performer, performed in La Traviata and Carmen at North Harbour Stadium and toured with Co. Theatre Physical's production of Ohh Baby Baby. Jeremy is a proud member of Actors Equity. "What fun it is to bring this show to the stage with such a fabulous team - there's been a lot of laughs along the way!"