Alinta is one of Australia's most captivating leading ladies - and a multi-award winner. In a career highlight, Alinta recently played the famed role of Velma Kelly in Chicago for Gordon Frost Organisation (GFO). She is well known for her sassy portrayal of Anita in West Side Story, which saw her nominated for several awards, including the Helpmann, Green Room and Sydney Theatre Awards. In 2011 she won the Australian Dance Award for Most Outstanding Performance. Other recent credits include Victorian Opera's A Little Night Music, in the role of Petra.
Alinta is an acclaimed jazz vocalist, songwriter and recording artist. She released her debut album with Hook Turn Orchestra, titled Jazz and the Silver Screen, a collection of beautifully rearranged cinematic soundtracks. She also released her original music with Alinta and the Jazz Emperors, titled I Got You. Both albums are available through her website and iTunes.
Alinta performed alongside Hugh Jackman in his Broadway to Oz tour (Dainty Group) and became a fixture on The Production Company stage, playing Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar, Magnolia in Show Boat, Kathy Selden in Singin' In the Rain, Svetlana in Chess, Niki Harris in Curtains and Sibella Hallward in the unforgettable A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder. For Chess, Alinta was honoured with a Green Room Award for Best Female Artist in a Supporting Role.
Screen credits include Wentworth (Foxtel), Winners & Losers (Ch 9), U.S. telemovie The Frontier (Sony), The Dr Blake Mysteries (ABC) and Neighbours (Fremantle).
Earlier stage credits include the Australasian Tour of Mamma Mia!; the role of Mickey in Leader of the Pack, for which she received yet another Green Room Award (Best Featured Ensemble in a Musical); Dusty: The Original Pop Diva; Demeter in Cats; Mary Poppins for Free Rain Theatre; the Netherlands season of Dirty Dancing; a tour of The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Alice in the play Closer.
Alinta is frequently asked to perform at special events and concerts across the country both as a soloist and with her bands including performing as a featured artist with the Melbourne and Queensland Symphony Orchestras. Other highlights include singing the national anthem at the 2020 Australia Open and the 2019 State of Origin.
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