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Jacqueline McKenzie shines on Broadway opposite Cate Blanchett

After a sold-out Sydney season in 2015, the Sydney Theatre Company production of The Present heads to New York City for a strictly limited season on Broadway with its full original Australian cast. The Present is Andrew Upton’s new adaptation of Chekhov’s first play, a tale of yearning, vodka and shattered dreams. Directed by John […]

Marquee’s Jacqueline McKenzie & Myles Pollard to star in John V Soto’s ‘Love You Twice’

What would a woman do if her partner died and, thanks to a miracle of science, she had the power to bring him back? What would she do and what would be the consequences? That’s the premise of Australian director John V. Soto’s feature film Love You Twice, which will star Jacqueline McKenzie, whose credits […]

Robert Taylor & Jac McKenzie cast in Don’t Tell

Filming has begun on the Australian Feature Don’t Tell, which will star Marquee’s own Robert Taylor and Jacqueline McKenzie.

Russell Crowe & Cate Blanchett heap praise on our Jacqueline McKenzie

Jacqueline McKenzie has had an absolutely stellar year; fresh off the back of her AACTA award nomination for Best Supporting Actress opposite Russell Crowe in The Water Diviner, Jacqueline went on to star opposite Cate Blanchett and Richard Roxburgh in the Sydney Theatre Company production of The Present before taking to the MainStage again at the Sydney […]

Marquee’s Hannah Fredericksen & Jacqueline McKenzie star opposite David Wenham in ‘Force of Destiny’

Marquee’s Hannah Fredericksen has finished filming ‘Force of Destiny’ along with our own Jacqueline Mckenzie and Lord of the Rings star David Wenham and we have some exclusive photos of Hannah, Jacqueline and some other cast members to share from a recent cast screening!   ‘Forceof Destiny’ is a journey of love and hope, of […]

Jacqueline McKenzie receives Film Critic Circle Award Nomination

The Film Critics Circle of Australia have announced the nominations for the 2015 FCCA Awards and our very own Jacqueline McKenzie has been nominated for ‘Best Actress In a Supporting role’ for ‘The Water Diviner’. With incredible reviews and an AACTA nomination for Best Supporting Actress, Jacqueline Mackenzie’s performance in ‘The Water Diviner’ is a […]

AACTA Nominations: Jacqueline McKenzie for Best Supporting Actress

The AACTA nominations have been revealed and it is with great elation that we can announce Marquee’s Jacqueline McKenzie has received a Best Supporting Actress nomination for her work in The Water Diviner. With a number of our actor’s featured in almost all shows nominated, and a number also featuring in nominated feature films –  it […]

Jacqueline McKenzie is a ‘TOUR DE FORCE’ in Children of the Sun

It isn’t very often that we get to report consistently amazing reviews published for the same play, so we just had to blog-brag about Jacqueline McKenzie’s new Sydney Theatre Company production of Children of the Sun as it has, without a doubt, gone against this trend.

Children of the Sun with Jacqueline McKenzie

Jacqueline McKenzie will be back on stage in Maxim Gorky’s 1905 play, Children of the Sun, revisited by celebrated playwright Andrew Upton and The Sydney Theatre Company.

STC’s 2015 season revealed featuring Marquee’s Meyne Wyatt & Jacqueline McKenzie in leading roles

Meyne Wyatt will play opposite Geoffrey Rush and Robyn Nevin in King Lear while Jacqueline McKenzie will be play the title role in Orlando for STC in 2015.

Russell Crowe Has Goosebumps After Watching Jacqueline McKenzie’s Work

OK – we’ve got bragging rights because she is one of our actors and YES Russell Crowe, in a recent article about his directorial debut The Water Diviner, DOES SAY that Jacqueline’s work gave him goosebumps. In the article published in Fairfax’s Daily Life, Crowe says (about casting the film): ”I’ve chosen actors from a like-minded tribe”. He […]

This Young Girl Has Grown Up To Be….

We are doing a quick throwback today to one of our finest Australian actresses. A graduate from NIDA, this was her first headshot taken circa 1990. She made her film debut in the 1987 film Wordplay and on stage in Child Dancing for Griffin Theatre Company. She made a strong impression in Romper Stomper (1992), and over the next couple of years […]

Jac McKenzie in CAT ON A HOT IN ROOF @ Belvior

“McKenzie has been playing some major roles in Sydney recently but here is a great one, finally worthy of her ability, and she rises to it magnificently.” – JOHN MCCALLUM for The Australian Read more in The Australian

Jac On A Hot Tin Roof

“For all I know, we might be doing the play in knickerbockers, but I know it will be an adventure. I said yes to working with Simon even before I knew what the play was.” – Jacqueline McKenzie on working with Simon Stone in Belvoir St Theatre’s upcoming ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’ Read […]