CAMERON LUKEY is an Australian producer whose recent credits include the acclaimed 2019 production of 33 Variations at Melbourne's Comedy Theatre, starring Oscar winner Ellen Burstyn and a stellar Australian cast. The production was featured in Time Out Melbourne's top 10 for 2019. Cameron is currently developing a film adaptation of Aidan Fennessy's renowned play The Architect.
Cameron began his career as an opera singer, graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts with a Bachelor of Music Performance (Honours) in 2009. From 2011-13, he performed as a principal artist for Oz Opera and as a chorister for Opera Australia.
In 2014, Cameron co-founded Left Bauer Productions, presenting Melbourne and Sydney seasons of his play Playing Rock Hudson, a new production and tour of Terrence McNally’s Master Class (featuring a Green Room Award winning performance by Maria Mercedes as opera legend Maria Callas) and the acclaimed Australian premiere of Harvey Milk – The Opera in Concert (which Cameron also directed) at the St Kilda and Sydney Town Halls.
In 2016, Cameron presented tours of Tim Fountain's Resident Alien (featuring a Green Room Award nominated performance by Paul Capsis as Quentin Crisp) and American pianist Anthony de Mare's Grammy winning Liaisons Project, a re-imagining of the works of Stephen Sondheim for solo piano. He also joined the team at fortyfivedownstairs as their Creative Producer. www.fortyfivedownstairs.com
In 2017, Cameron presented Melbourne's first full production of Tony Kushner's Angels in America since 1994 (featured in The Age, Time Out Melbourne and The Guardian's top 10 lists for 2017), and in 2018, an acclaimed new production of Tommy Murphy's Strangers in Between.