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They Say Shes Different Betty Davis Live Funk Rock Show

The Creatives

Creator / Producer

Cecilia Low

Cecilia is creator of all things… living life as a dancer, singer, producer, yogi, masseuse, storyteller, lover and laugher. Never in that order. Always constant. 


Cecilia's international credits include: The Lion King (London, Shanghai, Melbourne), CHICAGO, (Australia, Hong Kong, London, Antwerp, Basel), Miss Saigon (Sydney) RENT The Musical, (Australia), Her latest credits include Tennessee Williams' play Summer and Smoke (Melbourne), Paper Champions (Feature Film), and Wentworth (TV), Cecilia's producer credits include: Summer Happy Day (Feature Film), Harvey (Short), Music Videos for Missy Higgins, Dustin Tebbut, Essie Holt, Sondheim’s Assassins (Musical), an adaptation of Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s I Only Came to Use the Phone (Play)and Mazda Australia (online content). 


Cecilia's passion for Betty's music began in the mid 90’s in Adelaide when her sister brought home a reissue of Betty's first album Betty Davis, declaring: “ I walked into the store and this CD made me think of you, so I bought it…. Lets put it on!”  She'd never heard a voice screech like a cat to fat and funky bass lines like that before. It was mind blowing.  Jumping up to groove they didn’t stop boogieing for the next 90mins! yea!

Musical Director

Tony Kopa

Tony Kopa is well known all over Melbourne for his music making and vocal talents. His decorated music career has seen him work with some of the biggest names in Australian music. Exploding onto the scene in the 90’s with his two time ARIA nominated band The Truth.  He has performed as backing vocalist to Jimmy Barnes, Cold Chisel,  INXS, and Jon Stevens.


TV credits as vocalist include: Hey Hey it’s Saturday, 

Live and Sweaty, The Andrew Denton Show, GMA, Sunrise, The AFL and NRL Footy Shows, Jimeoin, 

Kerrie-Anne, ARIA Awards, 2010 AFI Awards,

The Celebrity Singing Bee, Australia’s Got Talent

Tony heads and produces corporate outfit Headspace

a high energy, crowd hyping, dance music spectacular! Tony appears as vocal coach on X-Factor and Australias Got Talent.  Currently Tony is touring Ausralia with Icehouse  providing new reggae styles!


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Kenneth Moraleda

Kenneth is a NIDA graduate with a Bachelor of Acting.  His most recent theatre credits include, Sydney  Theatre Company's prodction of Cyrano de Bergerac, Global Creatures and The National Theatre of London co-production of War Horse, Sydney Theatre Company in Nick Enright’s A Man With Five Children, and Banzai in Disney's The Lion King. Notable film credits are Lucky Miles  which won him best actor at Cinemanila International Film Festival.  Kenneth's numerous TV credits inlcude Water Rats, Wildside, White Collar Blue, City Homicide, East West 101 , Schapelle for Channel 9. His latest credits include Muriels Wedding the Musical by Global Creatures, Enemy of the State by Belvoir St Theatre, and Janet King (TV). Kenneth has been selected to join the STC directors initiative for 2019.  

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Cinematographer & Lighting Designer

Cameron Zayec

An RMIT graduate in Film and TV, Cameron freelances as a DOP in Melbourne. Shooting Feature Films, TVC's, Short Films, Music Videos and Comedy sitcoms. His current credits include: DOP on Some Happy Day (FF), DOP for Harvey (Short), 2nd Unit on Blood Vessel (FF), Bound By Blue (FF), Almost Broadway (FF), Camera Op for Living Space (FF), DOP on music videos for The Temper Trap, Witchgrinder, Hollow World, Jude Perl, and DOP for  Documentaries in Europe including Heart and Soul, and The King of Broken Hearts (US). Cameron has shot everything from The Crusty Demons to The Australian Ballet and an enormous number of live musical acts over the years. Cameron also headed the camera department for Channel Ten's The Project in 2014. 


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Style and Fro Tamer

Amanda Menicacci

With a bachelor in visual art from Adelaide University Amanda's internationally recognised career began in

Adelaide in the 90's.  Moving to London in 2001  to work with internationally renowned  company TONI&GUY.   Quickly climbing the ranks she became a part of the elite International Art Team and  lectured at their training academy. Amanda also represented T&G at London Fashion Week .  Returning to Adelaide in 2005 opening the first  T&G  store in North Adelaide,  and following that in Norwood. Amanda has gained industry recognition as a winner and finalist of several nationally recognized awards, and has toured Australia and Asia cutting hair on stage at demonstration events and shows.  In 2014 Amanda opened  her own salon ARTILLERY HAIR in Unley  with her husband  and co- cutter.  


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