STAGE & THEATRE
Written & Directed by Joachim Matschoss and featuring a talented cast of young actors it featured at Butterfly Club in Melbourne (and various other locations) prior to touring internationally for 2 months across Asia & Europe. This theatre piece deals with identity, relationships, love, gender and what it means to be young in today’s times. Olivia played the role of Juliet and also co-composed the music.
Another Scrambled Prince gem the story has parallel spanning everything from the Pied Piper to the Stolen Generation. Olivia originally played the role of The Ringmaster during its Melbourne Fringe season then played the lead role role of The Harlot as the show moved to the Adelaide Fringe.
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RISING WATERS had a unique opening, playing in Perth, Melbourne and Sydney simultaneously on the week of Halloween 2017. Since then, it has toured to every major city in Australia as well as regional towns. Olivia played the lead role of Lucille during its 2018 regional tour of Victoria.
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In Like Flynn is an Australian musical written by Geraldine Paterson, Craig Bryant and Mezz Coleman. It was created as a feature length musical about John Flynn, who founded the Flying Doctor in Australia. It features a stellar cast including Olivia as Alice. Click on the image for more
Olivia played Titania in Scrambled Prince Company’s original production of A Midsummer Live-stream at Adelaide Fringe Festival in 2020. This original take on an old classic played to large crowds throughout the festival and was written by Tom Franklin and Co produced by Olivia.
Playhouse Pantomimes is a theatre company that produces children’s shows at the Doncaster Playhouse every school holidays. Olivia had a great time as The Queen Of Hearts & the Caterpillar in their 2019 season.
Written & Directed by 17 year old Olivia Smith (in 2015) and performed with kinetic storytelling. It debuted at the Melbourne Fringe the same year before travelling to the Adelaide Fringe the following year, where it received a 3 1/2 star review. Devoid of any props or sets — just four actors dressed in black and white, recounting stories and adopting elements of physical theatre. Click on the image for more information
Happy 21st Birthday to us!
An evening that celebrates 21 years of The Scrambled Prince Theatre Company!
Hosted by Olivia Smith it featured excerpts of all 3 shows touring the Adelaide Fringe Festival in early 2020 as well as a performance of Macbeth In Space!
Turn off your technology. Take a walk in deep silence to a mystery location. Discover a heightened awareness of nature, through a unique combination of moving meditation, observation & performance. Olivia played the role of host in this project with a difference. Click on the image for more.
Olivia was part of the fabulous Scrambled Prince Theatre Company’s creative team for this original contribution to the 2018 Adelaide Fringe Festival where she featured as one of the Gaelic soloists.
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Held over two fright-tastic weekends in October. Hauntville is not for the faint of heart. This twisted Carnival of clowns and creatures appeared as though summoned by a dark force. Step right into the terrifying thrill of a lifetime but beware….. this show is killing IT! Olivia played the Scary Clown. Click on the image for more
FILMS & VIDEOS
Olivia worked with Salvos Yoga to create a set of five online yoga videos called Restore. This free series is designed to assist people feeling stressed and isolated due to the coronavirus. Olivia is both hosting & teaching classes during the series.
An experimental Drama directed and shot by David McRobbie Park as a VCA graduating film in which Olivia played the role of Kate (female lead).
It premiere at Australian Centre for the Moving Image in December 2018.
SHORT FILM – SCREAMIN’ DEMONS
Screamin’ Demons is a comedy Thriller short film by SAE Creative media from Melbourne Australia due for release in December 2019. Olivia played the part of Sarah the rebellious teenager.
In 2018 Tranmere Street youth Refuge celebrated 40 years of caring for homeless young people. To mark the occasion the Salvation Army released a book and short film called “Shelter From The Storm”. Olivia played a homeless young person in this film.
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“Vanessa Amorosi remains one of the most exciting singers on the planet” – Caravan Music
Olivia was so excited to sing backing vocals for her best mate Imogen Price at New Years Eve On The Hill. This year (2019) was the 7th official NYE on the Hill Festival. Good people. Great Music. A Stunning Location. Good Times. It was a great event.
The Colllingwood Football Club, in partnership with The Salvation Army, provide much needed housing and support to people experiencing homelessness. Olivia and JDK supported this event. as part of the guest performers, way back in 2016
In 2018 Club Voltaire invited Olivia to perform her first solo show at their Thursday Sound Sessions. Here she is singing with good friend JDK on guitar. Click on the image to see a video of her singing “I Will Survive”
A great night for the launch of Imogen Price’s new EP at Some Velvet Morning on Saturday 21 February. Olivia was so pleased to sing backing vocals for Imogen again and it could not have gone any better. What a great night it was.
Watch out for the new EP
After the recent bushfires closed Hotham, “Run “Back” To The Hills” was a chance to enjoy a great day of music and support business on the mountain. Olivia was so pleased to join her good mate Imogen Price (and band) on Saturday 14 March to support the locals in this way.
Imogen Price featured at both The Food Truck Carnival and The Wonthaggi Club over the Christmas holiday period.
Olivia Sang backing Vocals for her at these events as a lead up to NYE On The Hill
The annual Sing It Up event was held in Brimbank this year (2019) featuring guest vocalists Suzanne Shakespeare (Opera Australia) and Olivia Smith. The audience was invited to sing along with various choirs performing on the night. Click on the image to find out more.
Tranmere Street refuge has been caring for homeless young people for 40 years. Olivia was pleased to sing a few songs for them as they celebrated some of the wonderful stories of hope and success that have come out of that place.
Breakaway Youth provides a program of outdoor recreation for disadvantaged young people, primarily 10-16 year olds, for the purpose of improving their lifestyle by providing alternatives, that give them a sense of achievement and self-esteem. Olivia was privileged to support their work by singing at their annual formal dinner & awards night in 2018.
During 2018 Olivia sang lead and backing vocals with the Australasian 21st Century Blues Brothers Band Show in various venues across Melbourne.
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Olivia sings Christmas carols every with The Salvation Army Melbourne 614. The money raised goes directly to helping the homeless people of Melbourne.
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Olivia was a finalist for the 2020 Australian Supermodel Of The Year held in Bali in February. This competition bought together models from across Australia, india, Indonesia and New Zealand to interact & learn from experts in the business of fashion & modelling.
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In 2019 Olivia worked with Ladelle Australia on their new summer catalogue.
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One of Olivia’s first ever photo shoots was an analogue shoot with Amelia Howler Photography titled “Bright Shadows”.
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Olivia’s first modelled for James Sun of Lenscape labs way back in 2018.
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