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Daniele Buatti (he/him)
Creative and Music Director

A passionate musician, music director, and storyteller, Daniele loves
nothing more than exploring how music can be used to effect an audience and support the sharing of stories. He brings a wealth of experience to the board through his knowledge of music, his love of story, and his desire
to make genuine connections with people.

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Weng Yi Wong (she/her)
Production Manager

Weng Yi is passionate about many things. Alongside her interests in dressage, literature, and intellectual property law, Weng Yi is passionate about musical theatre and celebrating the talent and heart of our performers in the Australian musical theatre industry. 

 

Weng Yi brings to Broadway Unplugged and Be You Inc a diverse skillset. Her strengths in organisation, management, and creative problem solving have been developed throughout her time working in various industries, including the media and entertainment industry, equine industry, and the legal profession. Coming from a classical music background, Weng Yi also has solo, orchestral and string ensemble experience, and is interested in exploring different ways of creating and telling stories through the medium of music and theatre.

 

Weng Yi is thrilled to be managing the Broadway Unplugged productions and furthering Be You Inc's commitment to empowering performers and creating equitable opportunities in the musical theatre industry.

John Mondelo (he/him)
Associate Music Director

John is a singer, actor and food lover originally from Perth. He is a recent graduate of the inaugural cohort of the Bachelor of Music Theatre at the Elder Conservatorium (ECMT) and has previously completed a BA in Classical Voice at the University of Western Australia, the Certificate course at WAAPA in Musical Theatre, and the Music Theatre Intensive at the Stella Adler Studio NYC. John’s performance credits include Georg in Spring Awakening (ECMT, dir. George Torbay), Cabaret (ECMT, dir. Erin James), Mamma Mia (ECMT, dir. Zoe Komazec) choir for the national tour of Chess (StoreyBoard Entertainment, dir. Tyran Parke), Thuy in Miss Saigon (Stray Cats Theatre, dir. Karen Francis) and his self devised show Bite Size Cab.

 

John is a co-founder, performer and executive producer of the new theatrical collective, EXEUNT (Pursued By A Bear) Productions, which has most recently performed Rodgers & Hammerstein's: A Grand Night for Singing at the 2022 Adelaide Fringe.

 

John is also a budding Music Director, having professionally Music Directed the premiere of Miss Westralia (Perth Fringe, dir. Kylie Maree) and worked as Assistant MD on Cabaret and Mamma Mia.

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Rebecca O'Dowd (she/her)
Associate Music Director

Rebecca completed her Bachelor’s degree in Acting for Stage and Screen from Federation University Australia’s Arts Academy in 2019 where she starred in shows such as The Comedy of Errors (dir. James Pratt), and A Woman of No Importance (dir. Kirsten Von Bibra).

Whilst studying she also involved herself musically by composing or music directing these productions in collaboration with her peers and directors. Since graduating, Rebecca moved to Melbourne where she has performed most notably in Verity Norbury’s After Oscar (dir. Norbury Productions) debuting the role of Lady Marigold Reginald, and Rogue Warrior Entertainment’s Danny & Max (dir. Cayde Joy) as Louise.

Before COVID cancelled them, Rebecca was Assistant Musical Director on UMMTA’s The Addams Family, Keyboard 1 on Waverley Christian College’s Seussical, and Keyboard 1 on Loreto College Ballarat’s Matilda. Rebecca is an accomplished musician after studying piano for over 10 years now, and often combines her experience in music and acting when taking on creative endeavours.

Jay Brendan Del Rosario (he/him)
Assistant Music Director

Jay is an experienced pianist and ensemble leader, with a particular love for video game and film music. Having been elected as Student Conductor, School Pianist, and Captain of Music in high school, he has begun studying classical piano performance at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music. He has been involved in the productions of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella, We Will Rock You, and Chicago, and was invited to join the Westgate Concert Band to perform Holst's The Planets in the Melbourne Planetarium.


While still studying performance, Jay is also pursuing pathways in interactive composition, collaborating with computer science students in producing video games and podcasts. He is also a proud member of the highly successful, influential, and revolutionary UniMelb jazz group, Leg Ham.

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Jessica Ciccarelli (she/her)
Director of First Impressions

Jessica Ciccarelli is delighted to be joining the team at Be You Inc. Having such an enjoyable experience this year and last - as a backing vocalist, Jessica has welcomed the opportunity to extend her involvement in the company as a new member of the Communications Team.

 

Jessica has completed a Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance, at The Australian College of The Arts, where she found her love for Music Theatre. Since then, Jessica has continued to develop her performance skills in numerous ways, by completing the Music Theatre Studio Program with VCA, attending private vocal coaching at David Butler Studio and private acting lessons at Coach Me Lauren. She has developed a love for learning and is always looking to see how she can continue to grow.

 

Jessica has been proud to have performed in roles such as Little Red (Into The Woods) and Natalie (Next To Normal). She has also been featured in productions of Rock of Ages, Heathers the Musical and Hairspray to name a few. Jessica’s love for performing has always been a part of who she is. The connections she makes in the industry, whether it be on stage and now off, is what makes her most happy. She is thankful for the opportunities that Be You Inc. have created, so that she can share that love with the world.

Brendan Jelley (he/him)
Casting and Comms Director

Brendan is a Casting and Communications professional as well as passionate performer with experience in many areas of the industry. His performance journey includes Musical Theatre productions, dancing around the world on cruise ships, as well as working with contemporary and commercial dance companies. 

 

A proud member of the Be You Inc Operations team he strives for an industry of empowered performers, creatives and companies. He aims to promote a more diverse inclusive industry in his roles as Casting Director and Head of Communications. As an advocate for supportive environments in what can be a tough industry, Brendan always strives to challenge stigma, create opportunities, and share insight through experience.

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Bradley Dylan (he/they)
Producer

As the founder and CEO of Be You Inc, Bradley is the artistic voice and vision behind all of its projects. His passion for leadership, holistic approach to sociology and social systems, and degrees in business, management, and applied psychology, coupled with extensive experience in running production companies and performing arts studios since 2004, gives him a unique perspective on the future of theatre, and how best to use applied psychological approaches for the betterment of everyone involved. 

Bradley is an accredited Coach, is a member of the Diversity Council Australia and the Institute of Executive Coaching and Leadership, and is currently studying a Master of Social and Organisational Leadership.

He is the Artistic Director of Be You Productions.

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Daniele Buatti (he/him)

Creative and Music Director

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Weng Yi Wong (she/her)

Production Manager