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Jodie Stubbs

“Jodie Stubbs has a truly divine voice that conquers every genre and style she attempts”
- Theatre Press

“What isn’t common is Jodie Stubbs impeccable voice”
- Weekend Notes

"Jodie’s voice has the versatility to sing pop to jazz to broadway and dance without skipping a beat”
- Weekend Notes

“Jodie’s stillness is mesmerising”
- Theatre Press

With a finely honed stage presence and talent for engaging her audience, Jodie has performed all over the place – back bars in Tokyo, Cruise Ships, on top of bars in Singapore, Theme parks, countless Weddings, Country Racecourses, corporate Christmas parties, Cabaret clubs and plenty of front bars in Sydney.

Jodie has worked as a featured Cabaret performer in Clubs Australia wide, on Cruise Lines, The Sydney Show Boat and has appeared at Slide Cabaret Club in Sydney as a featured singer/actress in several of their production shows.

Jodie has also worked extensively with a host of large scale Corporate clients including: Fox Studios, Accor Hotels, Woolworths & Macquarie Bank. Other regular appearances include Star City Casino, Rose Hill Race Course, Half time entertainment for National Rugby Leagues matches. She also performed for years as singer/dancer at “Australia’s Wonderland” back in it’s Hey Day!

Jodie has completed Musical Theatre and Acting courses at “Nida” and “The Actors Centre” and has also completed Queenie van de Zandt’s “Cabaret Winter Warmer” course. Jodie wrote this cabaret with award winning Performer and Director Tyran Parke!

Synopsis

Jodie Stubbs will take us on a humourous and heartwarming journey of what it is to be a mother, a career woman, a wife and cabaret chanteuse as she attempts to get through a 60 minute show without having to check on the kids.

From the dawn of time, women have had a bad wrap but it is now ‘the modern era’ where women can not only have it all but sing and dance about it in funky cabaret venues. Despite living in the shadow of female oppression since the garden of Eden, social change has never been this fun as Jodie explores in song and story what it is like to be able to “have it all” … and what the hidden costs are.

With music drawn from Broadway to Pop to R & B and soul, covering composers as far reaching as Madonna, Stephen Sondheim and Fleetwood Mac, this show was a ‘mother’ to prepare, which for this celebrated performer, seems strangely appropriate. This funny and uplifting show is not one to be missed!

Reviews

Read full reviews:

Theatre Press
Weekend Notes

  • Jodie Stubbs has a truly divine voice that conquers every genre and style she attempts
    Theatre Press
  • What isn’t common is Jodie Stubbs impeccable voice
    Weekend Notes
  • Jodie’s stillness is mesmerising
    Theatre Press
  • There were times the audience were suspended by Jodie’s voice
    Weekend Notes
  • Stubbs is able to construct a portrait of mounting personal strain bubbling beneath a fragile surface demonstrating her ability as a confident and comfortable performer
    Theatre Press
  • Jodie’s voice has the versatility to sing pop to jazz to broadway and dance without skipping a beat
    Weekend Notes
  • Jodie’s talent should not be wasted. She is woman hear her roar!
    Weekend Notes
  • WOMAN creatively showed the constant and tiresome juggle of being a mother, career woman and feminist
    Mojo News
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