Mark Dennison


Mark Dennison studied for four years in BMus and two years for Dip Jazz at Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

His professional theatre credits as a musician includes Annie, Anything Goes, Blood Brothers, Cabaret, Cats, Chicago, Company, 42nd Street, Into the Woods, Jersey Boys, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Matilda, The Phantom of the Opera, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Singin in the Rain, Song and Dance, The Secret Garden, The Sound of Music and West Side Story. His theatre credits as a composer includes Pete the Barefoot Postman (2001), for intermediate school kids, which is performed regularly in New Zealand schools; Kevin, the Musical (2014) which was commissioned by the Comedy Festival, in conjunction with comedian Steve Wrigley, and has been performed in Auckland, Wellington and New York comedy festivals; Freda Stark the Musical which is currently in development. His television credits include NZ Idol (arranger), Showstoppers (musical director), TV2 Celebrity Christmas (musical director), Stars in their Eyes (musical director), Elaine Paige World Tour DVD, TV3 Telethon (musical director), To Sir With Love A tribute to Sir Howard Morrison (musical director), New Zealands Got Talent (musical director) and New Zealand Variety Show (musical director).