Ben has many years of musical experience. His training has taken him around Australia, to Hong Kong, Paris and to London where has performed in the West End and The Royal Albert Hall. He has a number of musical theatre credits including The Little Mermaid (Prince Eric), Pirates of Penzance (Frederic), Jesus Christ Superstar (Jesus) and Barnum (P.T Barnum). Opera credits with the State Opera of South Australia include Cloudstreet! (Lon Lamb), Carmen and La Bohemé. Drama credits with Independent Theatre include Peter and Alice (Peter Pan), Amadeus (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart), Brideshead Revisited (Sebastien Flyte), Don Carlos (Prince Carlos) and Old Wicked Songs (Stephan Hoffman).
In 2017 and 2018, Ben produced and starred in Private Peaceful, which won the Theatre Association of South Australia’s ‘DramatiCAL’ award for Best Drama. Ben was also awarded Best Youth Actor for his performance. Off stage, Ben’s accolades include director, musical director, orchestral conductor, producer and writer. Ben has musically directed and conducted several local productions, including Bugsy Malone and 13! with Adelaide Youth Theatre, and Beauty and the Beast with Shane Davidson Presents. As co-founder of the highly successful youth performing arts company, Promise Adelaide, Ben has provided opportunities for over 100 young performers while raising over $20,000 for charity organisations. Ben is also the lead vocalist and musical arranger of The 60 Four, where he scales the vocal heights of Frankie Valli in venues around Australia in Adelaide’s first-class ‘60s tribute act.
Ben is a graduate of Scotch College, where he was Captain of Performing Arts, and achieved Dux of Combined Studies. He has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism/Creative Writing) from Griffith University and is currently studying a Masters of Communication at the University of South Australia.
Kyle grew up in Adelaide South Australia, where he first found his love for music and performing. He has played numerous principal roles for theatrical companies including: Adelaide Youth Theatre, Independent Theatre and Pelican Productions. Credits include: Peter Pan in Peter Pan, Charlie Brown in You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, Frederic in Pirates of Penzance and Action in West Side Story. In 2014, Kyle won an Australian wide musical theatre competition with JOIP Productions and was given the opportunity to fly to New York and attend The Broadway Dance Centre.
Kyle is a passionate songwriter/ producer. Kyle was the vocalist, guitarist and co songwriter in Runaway Weekend, a pop/rock band, which took him on two national tours, one in support of Chase Atlantic, a Los Angeles based band, and the other a headline tour in support of their debut EP, 'Déjà Vu'. More recently, Kyle has released several tracks under Kyle Charles Hall, and is preparing his solo EP for release in 2021.
Kyle is preparing to enter his third and final year of a Bachelor of Music Theatre at the Western Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). He chalks up a few flying miles to continue to perform with The 60 Four.
Lachlan wasn’t so much introduced to the performing arts, but more born into them. With family ties in opera, dance and the backstage world of theatre, Lachlan grew familiar with the stage from a very young age. After much of his earlier years being involved with Adelaide Youth Theatre (where he met both Ben and Kyle), highlights included three overseas tours, performing in four different Disney Theme Parks, and the occasional professional role including Different Fields (SINGular Productions, 2010).
Lachlan grew even closer to Ben and Kyle through their teenage years as they all attended Scotch College together, where they also met a (very) young Jack Conroy! He’s a founding member of The 60 Four, having been there since that first gig in 2015, and has adored every second of being a part of this quartet through its many different iterations.
Lachlan auditioned for Flinders Drama Centre and started in 2018. Currently in his third year, Lachlan has been loving the learning process of becoming an actor and looks forward to hitting the industry. Along with all this, Lachlan is a keen musician playing keys/synths in local Adelaide act SODA, and writing/playing bass with fellow 60 Four member Kyle Hall whenever he can.
Jack is originally from Adelaide, South Australia, where he first started dabbling in musical theatre. He first began his performance journey at 12 years of age when he decided to audition for 'West Side Story' with Scotch College in Year 7. This quickly grew into a passion and has persisted ever since.
Living in Melbourne for the past year and a half, Jack has been working to complete his Diploma in Musical Theatre at Ministry of Dance which finished up at the end of 2019. Jack was also on tour with The Book of Mormon Australia/New Zealand which had just opened in Auckland before the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
Jack is absolutely thrilled to be back with The 60 Four for 2021.
FINN GREEN (SWING)
Finnegan has loved performing from a young age and has developed his passion for music, theatre as a company member of Pelican Productions. In 2013 Finnegan made his professional debut in the role of 'Jeremy' in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (TML Enterprises) at the Festival Theatre.In the same year he enjoyed his first film role in the short film 'Young Hearts' directed by Tim Hodgson and played the title role of Amahl in the opera "Amahl and the Night Visitors" at the Adelaide Festival Centre. He also participated in a developmental workshop for SINGular Productions/State Opera's 'Innocence Lost'. In 2014 Finnegan was lucky enough to be one of the top 100 and one of only 3 South Australian's in 'The Voice Kids' (Nine Network).
For Pelican Productions’ in 2017 Finnegan played the role of Twig in Bring It On and then reprised the role in the return season in 2018. Following this in 2019 he played the role of ‘Benny’ in In the Heights. In 2019 Finnegan played the role of ‘Rolf ‘in The Sound of Music and ‘Moody McPhearson’ in Anne of Green Gables for Emma Knights Productions. This year Finnegan was thrilled to win the Generations in Jazz ‘most outstanding vocalist’ and recently enjoyed a week with boy band Alliance bringing back the classics at the Royal Adelaide Show with Shane Wilson Entertainment.
During the 2020 Adelaide Fringe, Finnegan was lucky enough to be a part of ‘The 60 Four’, entertaining audiences with the best of the swinging 60’s classics. He is currently studying a Diploma of Musical Theatre at Patrick School of The Arts.