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Lincoln is an actor, singer, voice over artist, multi-instrumentalist, writer, and composer; born in Dubbo, Lincoln is proudly of Wiradjuri heritage. Lincoln is a 2017 NIDA graduate and holds a Bachelor of Music (Hons 1C) from the University of New England. Upcoming shows include Misery Loves Company (Legit Theatre Co.) at KXT on Broadway, and Ride the Cyclone (Hayes Theatre Co.) at the Hayes Theatre.

Lincoln is a passionate supporter of new Australian work. He performed as part of the world premiere company of The Dismissal (Squabbalogic) and recently completed a national tour of Sunshine Super Girl (Melbourne Theatre Company/State Theatre Company South Australia/Performing Lines), earning a nomination for a Green Room Award (Best Ensemble, 2023).


Lincoln originated the roles of Private John Simpson in new musicals 3 Weeks in Spring (State Theatre/Endymion Productions), Sam in Ugly Love (Acoustic Theatre), and Preston/Flora in Jay James-Moody's new adaptation of On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (Squabbalogic), where he also provided additional musical arrangements and on-stage accompaniment.

Other theatre credits include: Chimerica (Sydney Theatre Company), Il Viaggio a Remis and La Traviata (Opera Australia), The Hello Girls (Hayes Theatre Co./Heart Strings Theatre), If/Then (Hayes Theatre Co./Neglected Musicals)Ordinary Days (Alter Ego), Meet Me in St. Louis (Starkeeper Productions), Miracle City (NIDA), Ned (Plush Duck Productions), Company (Limelight on Oxford), Funny Girl (Theatre & Company), The Chairs (Matt Taylor/Sydney Fringe Festival), Carrie: The Musical (Rock Bottom Productions), Irving Berlin (NIDA), The Changeling (NIDA), and Inner West Side: The Musical (Ultra Cult/Sydney Fringe Festival).


Lincoln has joined development workshops for new work Nails Must Be Kept Short (Unfunded Empathy), My Brilliant Career (Melbourne Theatre Company)Milk (The Street Theatre), The Cleaners (BurgMan Productions), Billy Creek (Joining the Dots Theatre), Alice (Andrew Freeborn), Bakery Hill (Yellow Line Theatre), Jasper: The Musical (Calogero Panvino), The Water Code (Hope. New Works), and Tickets Please (Vicki Larnach Hare). Lincoln lent his voice to online artistic statement I Need You to See Me (Vidya Makan), alongside other young BIPOC theatre artists in a push for increased diversity on stage in Australia. The company was nominated for a Green Room Award (Celebration of Online Performance, 2021).


As a writer and composer, Lincoln has most recently worked on an upcoming web series Flat-Packed (Galactic Salmon), as head writer, co-producer, and series regular, while also providing an original song for the show. Lincoln has also penned an original research-based experimental musical song-cycle, Share-House. He has also worked as a script/story editor and musical consultant on a variety of projects, including new musical Wørk of Art (Jesse Layt/Little Triangle) and upcoming feature film Whatever This Is (Ellis Dolan).

Lincoln has provided voices for animated web series The Great Gibbons (Cade Collins), comedy podcast Vote 1 Jules Young (Brayden Palmer), and audiobook At the Going Down of the Sun (Penguin Random House). He has also performed lead roles in his debut feature film, The Choice (Goran 'Tiny' Srejic) as well as several short films.

When Lincoln isn’t performing, he’s busy researching contemporary Australian musical theatre. 
He also spends a lot of time writing and workshopping new work. Watch this space!

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