Artemis Alfonzetti – Musical Theatre & Performance Stream Teacher
Artemis Alfonzetti is an actor, singer, dancer, musical theatre performer & Cabaret artist who has just graduated with a Bachelor of Music Theatre at WAAPA. Prior to WAAPA she completed her Diploma of Musical Theatre at NIDA and has been living and breathing all things theatre since the womb. Artemis is a passionate storyteller working in the industry, most recently seen as McQueen/Robbie the stockfish in the sold-out season of Urinetown at the Hayes Theatre.
Her credits at WAAPA include Rusty in Footloose (dir. Jason Langley), Coricopat in Cats, The Balladeer in Assassins (dir. Melanie Hilman), Hamlet in Hamlet, Ensemble in Sweeney Todd and Iris understudy/ensemble in Mack and Mabel. Credits prior to WAAPA include featured ensemble in Nine (Squabbalogic) and ensemble choir in Chess (StoreyBoard Entertainment). Artemis is currently developing her solo cabaret show and she has also most recently played the lead role of Bec in the new queer Australian musical ‘Nails Must Be Kept Short’ (MFI Australia).
Artemis brings a breadth of professional experience to her practice as a teacher, bringing unique, fresh techniques and industry knowledge into her classes. She is passionate about inspiring the next generation of performers and loves to nourish young talent, helping kids develop into passionate artists and to find joy in the art form.