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Me, Vic Hofflin – a passionate (probably to a fault) theatre maker and creator, ready to make some (hopefully somewhat) musical noise for many years to come.

Since graduating with distinction from my Masters of Collaborative Theatre Production & Design at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, I have worked on numerous productions on the West End and have taken up the role of Audio System Technician with Solotech UK on ABBA Voyage.

My master’s taught me many valuable lessons, the main one, treat people you are working with, with the same amount of respect and kindness you wish to be treated with. The other, is the power of passion and friendship in your work. I found some incredible creative collaborators and genuine life-long friends, who like me are incredibly passionate, but are equally as talented and driven. We push and motivate each other, and these people inspire me to create and live every single day.

Having worked creatively on numerous productions over the last couple of years, I am currently working towards enriching my technical knowledge and experience. Working on ABBA Voyage, I am responsible for the management, operation, and maintenance of the entire projects audio system. The most enjoyable part of the job so far, has been the equipment I have worked with and been able to get my hands on and what I have learnt from the everyday troubleshooting and operation. And of course, the people I get to work with every day.

I spend weekends (Tuesdays & Wednesdays) exploring and experiencing the joys of being in London and working on my own creative projects.

Before London in 2020, I spent my adult life in Melbourne – completing a Bachelor’s degree and Honours in Interactive Composition – Contemporary Music at the Victorian College of the Arts, the University of Melbourne. Working on various productions, of all scales, sizes and budgets, I developed a passion for theatre and its ability to connect people. It was at University, where I had my first chance to write for theatre, and I realised then that I didn’t want to stop. During 2018 my writing partner Coco Garner Davis and I, wrote and produced a feature-length musical Chicks Dig It. It saw a successful sold-out season at Melbourne International Fringe Festival and is work I am incredibly proud of. You can see the final product on the Chicks Dig It page. 

Before Melbourne, I spent numerous hours and days rehearsing and practicing the Cello, Piano and singing in Choirs. I am classically trained in Cello and Piano and have also studied and trained in contemporary voice. I majored in performance and composition at school, receiving a perfect score for composition for Music Extension during HSC. I have spent many years singing in professional choirs, recording annual CDs and going on tours around the world. I have sung professionally with Gondwana Voices and Sydney Children's Choir (2003-2013) and the Trinity College Choir (2015-2017). 

I love working in and around music, it is very much where I started, and probably how I will spend most of my life. What I do in it, theatre, live music, or composition, doesn’t really matter to me. As long I’m passionate about it and learning from the experience.

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