about vincent hooper

Vincent Hooper is one of Australia’s most exciting and versatile music theatre talents.

A graduate with a BA in Music Theatre from WAAPA, Vincent is known for his work in musicals like Avenue Q, playing Nicky, Trekkie and Bad Idea Bear, and Heathers- The Musical, playing the role of Ram Sweeny and Rams Dad.

Vincent toured Australia in the GFO production of The Rocky Horror Show. He also traveled internationally with TML ents The Rocky Horror Show, touring to Singapore, Korea and New Zealand.

Vincent was the Freddie cover in Sydney's Dirty Rotten Scoundrels directed by Roger Hodgman, played sociopath Nathan in Thrill Me, directed by Terence O’Connell and a multitude of wacky characters in Song Contest; The Almost Eurovision Experience.

Other professional credits include Liam in Calendar Girls, The Tempest as a rock star Ariel, John in Loving Repeating, the Soldier in LaChiusa’s Hello Again, the romantic lead in Sondheim’s Putting it Together, Blowing Whistles and Bison for Focus Theatre Company. He played Spike in the new Australian musical Antarctica, which opened in Hobart, and in the Australian premiere of Postnuptials, he played the flamboyant Joey.

Vincent performed two separate productions of William Finns Elegies and was in the Augmented chorus in the WA Opera Company.

Some other national tours include Monkey Baa’s Milli Jack and the Dancing Cat and The Twink and the Showgirl with Phil Scott.

Vincent tours internationally with Australia’s Boys Of Motown, singing the Frankie Valli material, and was once a lead singer on Royal Caribbean Cruise lines.

He performed his one man show Stolen Treasures at His Majesty’s theatre in Perth, to coincide with the release of his album In Flight.