With a smile that could light up the Sydney Opera house and a voice that's as big, bold and colourful as Uluru, Rhonda Burchmore has endeared herself to the hearts of all Australians.
After 30 years in the business, this vivacious, flame-haired beauty continues to turn heads wherever she goes and draw thunderous applause wherever she performs.
She has forged a lengthy career in one of the toughest and most unforgiving industries, show business, yet as critics attest, she just keeps going from strength to strength.
A 21st century theatrical chameleon, Rhonda's wide variety of shows illuminate her versatility and commitment to reinvention. From her sultry portrayal of jazz goddess Julie London in Cry Me A River: The World of Julie London to the invigorating, raunchy adventure of music Divas in Vinyl Viagra, Rhonda seamlessly transitions from genre to genre.
Few Australian entertainers have shared her status and immense popularity amongst her peers, who admire Rhonda for her big personality, big heart and enormous capacity to give back to the industry that has shaped her career.