Composer/musical director David Hood is a freelance conductor, trumpet player and composer with Bachelor of Music and Doctor of Philosophy (Australian History) degrees from the University of Adelaide. Musical direction credits include Eastern Suburbs Musical Society’s "Godspell" in 2002 and Savoy Arts Company’s "The Pirates of Penzance" in 2003 and "Patience" in 2004. He recently travelled to the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York where he undertook a two-week course in advanced choral conducting.
Writer/director Bridget Brooklyn is a writer, singer and historian. Past singing roles include Irene in "Irene", Casilda in "The Gondoliers" and Marcellina in "The Marriage of Figaro". Non-singing roles include Louise Purdon in "Tom and Viv" and Mrs Webb in "Our Town". As a writer, she has been published in "Best Australian Stories 2004" and broadcast on ABC's Radio National. Her poetry has appeared in "The Australian". She currently teaches history at the University of Western Sydney.
SlickOps is the name of the team of composer David Hood and writer Bridget Brooklyn