Rhonda Burchmore (OAM) has appeared in major musical theatre productions in Australia, London and on Broadway. Her breakthrough performance was in the 1988 production of "Sugar Babies" opposite Garry McDonald and Broadway theatre legend Eddie Bracken. Later that year, she reprised her role opposite Mickey Rooney and Ann Miller in London's West End production. Rhonda then appeared to great acclaim in the historic David Atkins' production of "Hot Shoe Shuffle" before starring in her very own cabaret spectacular, "Red Hot & Rhonda". She later secured a role on Broadway in the Irving Berlin classic "Easter Parade".
Ms Burchmore has played the lead role in Australian productions of "Mame", "Annie Get Your Gun", "Guys and Dolls", "Mamma Mia" and the highly-acclaimed "The Drowsy Chaperone" co-starring Geoffrey Rush. She has released four albums and is well remembered as a regular guest on the long-running Australian variety show "Hey Hey It's Saturday". With a smile that could light up the Sydney Opera House and a voice that's as big, bold and colourful as Uluru, Rhonda Burchmore has endeared herself to the hearts of all Australians.