EDENSOR Park's Scott Morris is hopelessly devoted to his musical career.
The 23-year-old was recently selected to star as Bobby in the latest version of hit musical GREASE is still the word which opens at the Sydney Lyric Theatre tomorrow night.
He will star as Bobby in the ensemble and perform alongside Aussie small screen star Bert Newton, who plays veteran disc jockey Vince Fontaine, Anthony Callea, who plays all-American student Johnny Casino, and Todd McKenney, who stars as the Teen Angel.
"I feel really good and lucky to be representing my home town in such a prestigious production," Morris said.
While his role was to be a Rydell High School student, he had also received three understudy roles including Doody and Roger, both members of the T-Birds, and Eugene, a "nerdy" student.
"You have to know every one of those roles and be able to change to their character, because you never know when you're going to get that call," he said.
"But it's really nice because the cast surround you and support you. We're like a family."
Morris said he had always wanted to be a performer and began his musical career when he was a four-year-old.
GREASE is still the word opens tomorrow night at the Sydney Lyric Theatre.
It costs $64.90 per person but there is a special for groups of 12 and more.
For details, visit ticketmaster.com.au or call 1300 795 267.