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TAM Presents

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About TAM Presents

A NIDA Design graduate, in 2012 Troy established Troy Armstrong Management and TAM Presents with a focus on developing new live performance works in the genres of Cabaret and Theatre including; The Devil Wears Leigh Buchanan; Leigh Buchanan, Teenage Dreams; Josh Daveta, Sex With Strangers; Thomas Larkin and Veronica Neave, Fly Me to the Moon; Carol Lloyd and Crazy in Love; Garret Lyon. Troy is also the Producer for the 2016 Black History Month for Brisbane City Council and this year has transitioned from Marketing Manager to the Strategic Committee of the Brisbane Eisteddfod Incorporated.

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Formatting Cheatsheet

Bold & Italics

You can make text italics or make text bold by surrounding it with underscores or double asterisks.

    _italicized text_
    **bold text**
  

Lists + Paragraphs

Create a bullet list by simply beginning each line with a hyphen (aka "dash") and a space. Numbered lists are similar: begin each line with a digit, dot (aka "period"), and space. Here they are working in tandem with paragraphs:

    I've been doing musical theatre for a long time. Here's some of my favorite roles:

    - "Laurie" in _Little Women_, 2015
    - "Chad" in _High School Musical_, 2010
    - "Jimmy" in _Thoroughly Modern Millie_, 2007

    Notice that sweet empty line after my list, and also after each paragraph? They are important, as you will see in a moment.

    1. I will eat all your green M&M's.
    2. I never practice at home.
    3. Kissing scenes are the best.
  

Leave an Empty Line

After every paragraph and list (but NOT after each list item), press Enter twice. An empty line tells Markdown you're starting a new paragraph or list.

Hyperlinks

The text you want to be clickable (like this) is wrapped in square brackets, while the full web address, including the http:// is wrapped in parentheses. There is no space between the closing square bracket and the opening parenthesis, like so:

[text to show](http://google.com)

Learn more about Markdown on the Cast98 blog.