Enda Markey Presents is a theatre production company, specialising in musical theatre. In 2011, we presented a new production of Side By Side By Sondheim which toured Australia. In April 2012, we presented a gala concert of the show at Theatre Royal in Sydney, featuring more than twenty of Australia’s leading musical theatre stars, headlined by West End and Broadway star Ruthie Henshall, who we continue to work with on various projects.
Our International tour of Boublil & Schönberg’s Do You Hear The People Sing? premiered at Shanghai Grand Theatre, starring Michael Ball and Lea Salonga. The show has subsequently played to enormous acclaim in Taipei and Manila with other dates in development.
Our production of Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers completed seasons in Melbourne and Sydney, where it played to sold-out houses and standing ovations at every performance during its extended run.
We are also proud to work with Australian showbusiness icon Geraldine Turner, producing her acclaimed show Turner’s Turn, which toured extensively between 2015 and 2018.
In 2016, we presented the world premiere of Defying Gravity – a concert celebrating Stephen Schwartz, which starred Sutton Foster, Aaron Tveit, Joanna Ampil, Helen Dallimore and David Harris, with very special guest Betty Buckley at Sydney’s Theatre Royal.
Enda Markey was born in Dublin, Ireland. He trained on a scholarship to Laine Theatre Arts in London, studying on the musical theatre course.
Following his training, Enda worked as a singer and actor in Ireland and the UK. He appeared in the Irish premiere of Stephen Sondheim’s Follies with Lorna Luft, Mary Millar and Millicent Martin. Enda played Rick in the cult musical A Slice of Saturday Night in London and Dublin.
In 2002, Enda moved to Australia and worked extensively on television, theatre, concerts and cabaret around the country.
In 2011, Enda produced Side By Side By Sondheim – his first production. He founded Enda Markey Presents and the company quickly developed to produce shows on numerous international stages, working with some of world’s leading practitioners of musical theatre.