I first encountered Freddie online - how very 2020! They were performing in an online cabaret and I was impressed by their poise, vocal tone and versatility. Not long after, I was on a panel talking about Queer musical theatre and Freddie happened to be watching. They got in touch, we chatted, and after a few phone-calls and zoom calls, I offered them representation.
It's really not hard to see why, once you start delving into Freddie's online presence. An American in London, Freddie has built up quite a body of work as an international cabaret artist. Their work is wild, bold and pushes boundaries. Exploring gender and art and musical theatre, Freddie's work is an incredible fusion of styles and influences.
But don't take my word for it! Have a look at Freddie's YouTube channel, lose yourself in their wonderful operatic mezzo-soprano, marvel at their makeup skills, and experience the vibe of the live performances and look forward to the day when we can be back in theatres experiencing electric performers like Freddie in person.