Siobhan Ginty has amassed diverse credits across the entertainment industry in both creative and performance roles. Siobhan is the Associate Director of The Illusionists 1903 and The Illusionists 2.0, which are both currently on separate world tours. The Illusionists 2.0 took her to Istanbul where she directed guest artist segments on Turkeys Got Talent. Before joining the magicians Siobhan toured Australia as the Resident Director of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang for TML and as the Resident Director/Choreographer of Helpmann Award winning Best Musical A Chorus Line throughout Australasia.
Siobhan held the Resident Director/Choreographer position on the Asian and NZ tours of The Rocky Horror Show. She was also Resident Director/Choreographer for the Taiwan season of the International tour of Jekyll and Hyde, which she also toured through Korea as Resident Choreographer.
As choreographer, Siobhan created a new production of The Mikado for the Opera Queensland 2012 season with director Stuart Maunder. She was the Associate Casting Director for juvenile roles in the new Australian production of South Pacific and Assistant Director of Hats Off 2011.
Other key credits include Associate Choreographer for Colours of Malaysia, Opening Ceremony in KL 2009, and Assistant Choreographer for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the 2006 Commonwealth Games. Siobhan has choreographed for Sandy Lam in Hong Kong, The Big Day Out and New Mardi Gras in Sydney as well as Australian music artist Deni Hines, Spencer and the Rhythm Cats and the Queen Tribute Show for Roadhouse Cabaret in London.
As a performer Siobhan appeared in theatrical productions of Cats (China and Korea) in the role of Tantomile, Titanic The Musical as Mirella DaMicos, Kiss Me Kate, Cinderella (UK), The Witches of Eastwick, Showboat, Happy Days, The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and the feature film Bootmen, directed by Dein Perry. She has choreographed and performed for numerous commercial campaigns and international corporate clients including Qantas, Cadbury’s, Smiths, Lorus, Toyota, Johnny Walker and Coca Cola.