Margi de Ferranti

Margi de Ferranti has enjoyed a flourishing career in the entertainment industry since 1986. She has appeared in Les Miserables (1987 and 1996), Aspects of Love (as Guilietta), The Buddy Holly Story (as Maria Elena Holly), Grease! (as Rizzo), Sunday in the Park with George (as Dot), Fame The Musical (as Miss Bell, Mo award Nomination) and Mamma Mia (National Tour as Donna) in 2003 /4. She was the Inaugural Winner of the Sydney Cabaret Convention in 1997 and has created many shows. For film and television, Margi has appeared alongside Glen Close and Harry Connick Jnr in South Pacific (2001), and as a guest on All Saints and White Collar Blue (2002). Margi now focuses her time teaching up and coming stars and industry professionals at major performing arts schools such as The Actor’s Centre (ACA), MacDonald College, Brent St and Ravenswood. She has become one of the most recommended singing teachers in Sydney today. Choosing to never stay out of reach with her craft, Margi performs occasionally, recent credits include Carrie the Musical’ playing Margaret White, Dr Charlotte in ‘Falsettos’ at the Eternity Playhouse and ‘Ruthless’ for which she was nominated for best supporting actress at The Sydney Theatre Critics Awards (2015). In 2018, Margi made her Hayes Theatre debut as Abuela Claudia in the highly anticipated “In The Heights”, which re-emerged for a week at The Sydney Opera House Concert Hall in January 2019. For her work in this sold out show, Margi received the 2019 Glugs award for Most Outstanding supporting actress in a musical. In October 2019 Margi returned to the Cabaret stage after 10 years with her show ‘Mum loves Dionne’ at Claire’s Kitchen, for which she received the 2020 Glugs Award for most outstanding Cabaret.



Dance Troupes

Speech and Drama

Senior Vocals

Modern Vocals Pop and Musical Theatre


String Instruments

Wind Instruments