Laine Loxlea-Danann

Laine Loxlea-Danann

LAINE LOXLEA-DANANN has enjoyed a successful career for the last 32 years. As a theatre maker, writer, singer, performer and composer. Laine has had success nationally and internationally. She has attained a Master of Music Studies from the Queensland Conservatorium and is currently completing her Doctor of Musical Arts. Her performance credits include originating the role of Bernadette Peanut in the new musical by O’Conner and Hudson - Misfits School of Arts,  the RADF funded cabaret The Clints Come Again, award winning show The Gin & Sin Jazz Salon, her original one-woman show Critical Last Chance Years, Gaslight Gaieties – The West End Company, The Q150 Shed Tour, The Brisbane Festival, Extreme Opera – Flipside Circus; The Anywhere Theatre Festival, Short And Sweet, The Brisbane Cabaret Festival, working along James Morrison as part of The Queensland Music Festival, Artist in Residence  program for Musica Viva  and guest performer at the Australian Of The Year Awards 2007 Queensland Division. Laine’s Film and TVC work includes: Yolk- Short Film- Head Pictures: The Mother; Cha Cha Cha- Short Film: Julie; Summer Camp - Short Film: Joyce; Carpool- Short Film for PFTC: Mrs Whitcome, performing alongside Australian Actress Kerry Armstrong; Forensic Investigators - TV Program: Detective Rose Walker; Instant Scratchy- Commercial: The Office Worker; The Coffee Club - Cinema Commercial: The Office Worker; and Skin Cancer Prevention – TV Program: Milk Bar Girl.  As a composer Laine has had the privilege of writing six short-film scores, two of which won Queensland New Film Makers Awards and won a Woodford Film Festival Award. She has been a singing teacher at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University for the last 6 years, is currently the Head of Voice at the Brisbane Academy of Musical Theatre / Harvest Rain and enjoys writing screenplays in her spare time.