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AMERICAN IDIOT

THEATRE HAUS

Thomas Armstrong-Robley’s portrayal of St. Jimmy was the standout of the entire show. From the moment he entered the stage there was the feeling of control and power. Armstrong-Robley’s vocals commanded the attention of the audience and cast alike with its tone and intent. 

AMERICAN IDIOT

BACKSTREET BRISBANE

"Thomas Armstrong Robley was wild-eyed and dangerous as St Jimmy. His [Scott Johnson] onstage chemistry with St Jimmy was similarly push-pull, wonderfully combative and thrilling to watch.

JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR

STAGE WHISPERS

"The concept was original, the execution spot-on, and it was totally in keeping with the whole pop sensibility of director Thomas Armstrong-Robley’s production."

JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR

XS ENTERTAINMENT

"The stage, although simple in design was versatile enough that with a few props here and there could transform into anything the story needed. The production team led by young director –Thomas Armstrong-Robley have put together an incredible spectacle of music, style, passion, darkness and, yes, even a bit of sex."

QLD POPS ORCHESTRA: ON BROADWAY

STAGE WHISPERS

"Students from Griffith University’s Musical Theatre program who gave youthful energy and a raw edge with best performances being delivered by Thomas Armstrong-Robley on “Stars"

THE SECRET GARDEN

PERFORMING ARTS HUB

"Thomas Armstrong-Robley as Mary’s uncle, Archie Craven, gave an astonishingly mature and moving performance, delivering some of the best songs of the evening with his powerful light baritone. He and his brother, Neville, played by Kieran Rodriguez, gave a rendition of the stunning 'Lily’s Eyes', which was almost a showstopper"

THE SECRET GARDEN

WEEKEND NOTES

"Archie Craven was a hard part to play. Moping, remote, weak and ineffectual he then, basking in the warmth of his child's recovery, finds strength and happiness. Thomas Armstrong Robley is entirely credible, and at no time was one conscious that this was a young man playing this part."

THE SECRET GARDEN

STAGE WHISPERS

Thomas Armstrong-Robley’s Archibald captured the obsession of a man still in love with his dead wife with conviction and sang “Race You to the Top of the Morning” with feeling. His fierce tenor shone on the soaring “Lily’s Eyes” and in the penultimate duet “How Could I Ever Know”

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA

KASPER BEAUMONT

"At 19, I believe he is the youngest Phantom ever. His vocals and acting were top-notch and reminded me of a young Anthony Warlow. Thomas brought all the mystery and passion required of the demanding role."