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This page will be updated regularly with career, training and research updates and milestones


January, 2023

Marcus has founded his own theatre company, Audentis Theatre.
Across 2023, Audentis Theatre will begin developing new projects to provide enriching artistic opportunities for Australian artists, focusing on both skills development, and the staging of classical and contemporary plays.
Follow Audentis Theatre on instagram, @audentistheatre.  Website coming soon.


June, 2022

In July, Marcus completed his training as a Patsy Rodenburg Associate at the Patsy Rodenburg Academy.
Marcus began this training in 2019 in New York, with the completion of his certification delayed due to international travel restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Marcus travelled to Portugal to with with Patsy Rodenburg OBE and complete his training with his peers.  He joins an international collective of elite vocal coaches certified to teach the internationally renowned work Patsy has developed across her illustrious career.


March, 2022

Marcus made his international and US television debut in season two of Young Rock, as real life wrestler Lars Anderson.
In addition, Marcus booked a featured role in a second US television show, filmed in 2022 and set for international release in 2023.  Details to be announced.


February, 2022

In Frbruary Marcus announced that he is taking his 8 Week Vocal Program national, now offering his services to professional voice users through comprehensive online training.

To enquire about working with Marcus as a voice, text or presence coach, complete the enquiry form on the contact page.


March, 2022

Marcus has stepped in as director and dialect coach for The Mercy Seat by Neil LaBute, to be performed by Jade Moon and Logan Cruice, at the University of Southern Queensland, in June 2022.
Booking details available soon.


December, 2021

In June of 2022, Marcus will travel to Silves, Portugal, to continue and complete his training with Professor Patsy Rodenburg OBE, as a Patsy Rodenburg Associate.
Hit training was scheduled to be completed in 2020, however was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and international travel restrictions.


November, 2021

On November 8 2021, Marcus will be running a 4 hour voice class for actors and vocal practitioners of all skill levels.
The class will focus on giving participants a practical and robust understanding of how to best prepare their body, breath and voice for working in a performance or heightened environment.
While Marcus primarily works with actors as a vocal coach, this class would also be suitable for professionals including teachers, corporate professionals, legal practitioners, auctioneers, and media professionals.
For more information or to book your spot now, complete the inquiry form through the contact page with the subject line  VOICE CLASS.


June 25, 2020

In 2021, Marcus begins study in the Doctor of Creative Arts (DCAR) Program at the

University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba.  

Working alongside renowned literature and Shakespeare scholars Dr Darryl Chalk and Professor Laurie Johnson, along with Associate Professor Janet McDonald, Marcus will be researching further into his vocal practice as a vocal coach and the intrinsic relationship voice work has with verse text.

Marcus will complete his research in 2025.


June, 2018

In 2019, Marcus successfully applied for a position at the prestigious Patsy Rodenburg Centre for Voice and Speech, New York.

In June that year, Marcus began his training as a Patsy Rodenburg Associate (PRA).  He will be one of only fifty globally and the only certified teacher on the east coast of Australia.

In recognition of this achievement, Marcus received the generous support of the Australian Federal Government through the Australia Council for the Arts Individuals Fund, with a grant awarded to contribute to tuition fees.

Patsy Rodenburg OBE, born and raised in London, is widely regarded as the world’s leading voice teacher and coach, with over 40 years’ experience of returning individuals and groups to their natural voice and presence. (excerpt from

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