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Naomi Price

Co-Founder & Artistic Director

Naomi Price is the Artistic Director of The Little Red Company, which she co-founded with Adam Brunes in 2012. Together the pair has created original productions Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves, Skyfall, Your Song, There’s Something About Music, The IsoLate Late Show, Christmas Actually, Lady Beatle, Wrecking Ball and Rumour Has It. Over 2.5 million people have seen a Little Red production since the company’s inception. 

Naomi’s performance credits include Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (Michael Cassel Group); Ladies in Black (Queensland Theatre, Melbourne Theatre Company); Drizzle Boy, Gloria (Queensland Theatre); Kiss Me Kate (Opera Queensland); Strictly Gershwin (Queensland Ballet); I Want to Know What Love Is, That’s What She Said (The Good Room); The Tragedy of King Richard III, The Wishing Well (La Boite Theatre Company); Sweet Charity, YANK! (Woodward Productions); the 10th Anniversary concert of YANK! (54 Below, New York); and Defying Gravity, Solitary Man (Spiritworks). 

In 2015, Naomi appeared on The Voice Australia and has shared the stage with many notable artists including Ricky Martin, Tim Finn, Il Volo, Guy Sebastian, Kate Miller-Heidke and James Morrison. In 2019, she became the first female artist to record a duet with classical-crossover sensation The TEN Tenors. 

Naomi has won a Green Room Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical for Ladies in Black (Melbourne Theatre Company), a Matilda Award for Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role for Ladies in Black (Queensland Theatre) and two Matilda Awards for Best Musical or Cabaret for Rumour Has It and Your Song 

In 2023, Naomi won the Australian Women in Music Award for Live Creative Production and became one of The Weekend Edition and InQueensland’s inaugural 40 Under 40, celebrating Queensland’s finest young entrepreneurs and leaders under the age of 40.