Pelican Productions and Music Theatre Camp hit the ground running in January 2005. What began as a casual chat over coffee has evolved into an all singing, all dancing showcase of South Australia's home grown talent.  With their dedicated team of professionally experienced vocal tutors and choreographers, Pelican Productions provides a truly unique arts experience.  In just two weeks, a group of individuals with varied backgrounds and experience learn, laugh and rehearse together, sharing their unique abilities and ideas.  

It constantly amazes us what can be achieved in such a short space of time, but the energy and enthusiasm of these fantastic young people carry everyone to new heights. Of course none of this would be possible without our wonderful tutors who not only generously pass on their skills and knowledge but share their unique perspective on the world of musical theatre. We are humbled not only by the caring environment the camp participants create every year but also by the generosity and warmth of so many parents who give up their time to help. Itís touching, vital and much appreciated. 

For lovers of musicals and the spiritedness of youth.  Enjoy the very best of South Australia's emerging performers.


Kylie Green (B.Mus)                                                                                      Director of Pelican Productions

After completing a Bachelor of Music Kylie founded Kindermusik with Kylie & Co. which she ran with enormous success for seven years.During this time she also taught  voice, flute and piano in many schools in Adelaide.  Since having two children, Kylie has continued to work in the arts as a private vocal coach and vocal teacher, director and performer. Most recent credits include Wizard of Oz (vocal director) and The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (director).  She has performed lead roles in fifteen musical theatre shows and currently sings in an 8-part vocal group Limited Edition, at weddings and functions in Adelaide. Kylie's focus for Pelican Productions and Music Theatre Camp SA is to provide children and young adults opportunities to be well adjusted, happy people and to learn valuable skills that will help them in all aspects of their future lives.  I look forward to working with you in our next production.


Jen Frith (B.Teach, B.Ed, Dip Children's Services)        Director of Pelican Productions

Music has been an integral part of Jen's life from an early age. In 1998 she was a founding member of Chalk Music and began touring Australian schools as a professional performer/musician, performing to over 300 000 school students within four years. Chalk provided Jen with opportunities to write and perform original songs and music and in 2001 she was a finalist in the National Songwriting Competition. Jen has conducted workshops for Carclew Youth Arts Centre, the Fringe Festival and primary schools throughout Australia including a week long song writing/percussion workshop for Carclew's Artastic program for Adelaide primary school students. As both a performer and a Musical Director for musicals and Fringe performances Jen has been fortunate to direct exciting musicals such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Sound of Music, Godspell, Annie, The Wizard of Oz and The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe. Jen is excited to be conducting an event which showcases the enthusiasm and ability of a group of individuals working towards a common goal.