The Three Chillies


Creative Entertainment, Music

The ultimate cabaret act, featuring one spicy hot trio! The Three Chillies have been performing as a red-hot cabaret trio since August 2004. Their shared passion for musical theatre, classic cabaret and all 'round classy entertainment allows them to work in fine unison – one spicy combo! They have performed all over Australia including Adelaide Fringe Festival and Feast Festival (08-11), countless corporate and charity events, and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (2009) to sell out crowds.

Rave reviews have followed The Three Chillies everywhere; combining their love of music and comedy enables The Three Chillies to bring their unique style of cabaret to the stage.

The Three Chillies are a versatile music stage act with a number of different shows available for private and corporate bookings.

CHILLIES ON THE SIDE
A sexy and classy tribute to sold-out Broadway sensations "Chicago", "Cabaret", "Burlesque" (the movie) and "Rocky Horror Picture Show" to name a few... it's hot leather and lace, corsets and garter belts... sexy ladies that will knock your fish-nets off!
 
HOLLYWOOD... ALL BUST!
The very best of the best female power singers... Dusty, Aretha, Barbra and Celine amongst the show that stops at nothing to take your breath away. All the Hollywood golden numbers you can poke a Grammy at.

THE CHILLIE FILES
The dark and sinister side of love - lust, betrayals and loss... songs of grief and unsatisfying revenge...take a walk on the dark side with the Chillies as they unfold their ultimate plan to win back their man...and woman!

HOT CHILLIE NIGHTS
Accompanied by a 7 piece funk band “Twisted J” The Three Chillies blow the roof off the place with their very upbeat tribute to the women of Motown. From Aretha to Diana this is an absolute gem of a show. Put your party feet on and if you’re not dancing by the end of it... check for a pulse!

HOT CHILLIE BOX
The Three Chillies invite you to their place, tuck you in, and serve up their Hot Chillie Box! The most remembered, celebrated, loved and adored TV show themes to be put together this side of Ramsey Street. (BYO Snuggie, cuppa and Iced Vo-Vo optional). The Three Chillies are accompanied by the amazing Matthew Carey on live piano for this funny and trip down memory lane 1 hour show.

1988 - A CHILLIE ODYSSEY
Strap on your leg warmers and dust off your Olivia head bands - it's time for everybody to Wang Chung! The Chillies boof up their hair for the ultimate 80's experience. So 'let's hear it for the boy' and get ready to party hard with the Chillies - old skool style.

ROSE SENESI

"Rose Senesi is a ball of energy, a barrel of fun… out belts Ethel Merman and can throb like KD Lang…"
Russell Starke - The Advertiser

Rose has written, produced and starred in sold out shows of Chillies On The Side, Hollywood All Bust, The Chillie Files and Hot Chillie Box with her cabaret trio “The Three Chillies”.

In 04, she performed in Swamp Fairy’s sell out Fringe re-run of “…but I won’t do that” and was also featured in Swamp Fairy’s production of Encore starring Doug Parkinson.

Rose played the lead character “Alopeacia” in the sold out season of ‘ding’s!’ production of “Do you remember” (Fringe 08/09) gaining rave reviews from critics and audiences alike. Rose also joined the Three Chillies at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2009, as well as playing to standing ovations at Adelaide Fringe Festival 2011 and 2011.

Rose and Three Chillies have performed all over Australia at countless corporate events, entertaining hundreds of people – and nothing makes her happier. Recently, Rose has been asked to perform with internationally acclaimed singing trio “The Fabulous Singlettes”.

Her love for the stage is uncompromised, and her raw talent makes her one of Adelaide’s most sought after voices and character actors. Energy, creativity and passion are the key to her effervescence and she has lately been described as ‘Adelaide’s sister of soul’.

"Rose Senesi shines as bright as a mirror ball… killer voice, superb facial expressions and big-hearted stage presence…"
Rod Lewis - Adelaide Theatre Guide

ORIANA BINETTI

Oriana is no stranger to the stage! Performing since the age of 5, she has excelled in singing, and has encompassed many aspects of theatre such as all areas of dance and drama, including pantomime, pro-am musical theatre, suit character roles, narration and presenting.

After singing with Adelaide local band Juice FM she has commenced teaching dance and vocals with performing school That’s Dancing. Oriana is currently a Level 3 Pilates Practitioner with the Australian Pilates Method Association. She has worked extensively with Warner Bros, Might Good Productions and Promotechnics.

Oriana has had lead singing and dancing roles in Swamp Fairy’s A Night on Broadway (2003), Destination Broadway (2004), and Encore (2005). She was also the lead female vocalist in Swamp Fairy’s sell out performance of …But I won’t do that in the 2004/2005 Adelaide Fringe Festival. She has had a lead role in Three Chillies production of Three Burlesque Chillies, Hollywood... All Bust, The Chillie Files, Chillie Nights and Hot Chillie Box with sell-out crowds from October 2006 to February 2011. Oriana together with The Three Chillies has performed all over Australia at countless corporate events, entertaining hundreds of people at any given time.

She has also studied Fashion Design at the Marleston Institute of TAFE, where she hopes to apply these particular skills towards her future projects with Three Chillies Theatre Company. She performed as a THREE CHILLIE at the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival and Adelaide Fringe Festivals in 2009/2010/2011 to standing ovations. This is one HOT CHILLIE!

Often referred to as as The Triple Threat in song, dance and drama, Oriana's all round talent keeps her passion strong, alive and unique to Musical Theatre and Cabaret.

"Is a ball of energy with yet another great voice"
Tracy Gunn - ArtsHub

KELLY O'BRIEN

 
"Kelly O’Brien has a strong musical theatre voice and all the stage presence you need to make it work really well.”
The Advertiser

Kelly first started singing professionally at age nineteen in the band Aladdin Sane. She then went on to perform in various bands around Adelaide including local band Hot Gossip. In 2001 Kelly toured Malaysia with the band Synergy.

In 2002 she worked as a performer at Night Train Theatre Restaurant. She has also performed in a number of musicals around Adelaide, such as The Merry Widow, Cabaret, and The Seedy Adventures of Johnny Steele. Kelly has appeared in Swamp Fairy’s Destination Broadway (2004), and Encore (2005). She was also a lead vocalist in the Broadway Masters SKYCITY review show in 2004. Kelly joined Oriana Binetti and Rosanna Senesi in the first ever Three Chillies production - Broadway Babes.

Again, as a Three Chillie, Kelly has had a lead role in Three Chillies production of Three Burlesque Chillies, Hollywood…All Bust, the Chillie Files, Chillie Nights and Hot Chillie Box – with sell-out crowds from October 2006 to February 2011.

In 2007 Kelly wrote, produced and performed in her own one woman show called “Confessions of a Queer Soprano”, for the Feast Festival which gained rave reviews. She has since performed her one-woman show for corporate and private functions. Kelly together with The Three Chillies has performed all over Australia at countless corporate events, entertaining hundreds of people at any given time.

She performed with the Three Chillies in Feast 07 and Fringe 08/09 Festivals to rave reviews, and performed as a Chillie at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2009 and the Adelaide Fringe Festival to standing ovations in February 2010 and 2011.

In 2009 Kelly was asked to tour Australia with the Elvis Presley tribute show – working as a vocal backing singer for the world’s best Elvis impersonators. She now has a permanent spot on the national tour with the show that travels extensively around Australia annually.

“O’Brien has raw comedic talent….”
DB Magazine

 
VINCE PEROTTA

Vince has been performing collaboratively with the Chillies since October 2007. His background in musical arrangement and passion for vocal harmonies allows him to slip in with the girls effortlessly, and he brings a certain ‘sass’ to the show.

Vince has worked extensively with different bands in Adelaide since the age of 16 and with genres including country, swing, rock and 60’s 40’s… you can see he simply loves music! Guitar and percussion, vocals and harmonies give Vince a strong performance quality with a complete understanding of musical arrangement and sound perfection.

Vince joins the Chillies in “Hollywood… All Bust” where he performs renditions of “Sway”, “Delilah”, “You should be dancing” to name a few – coupled with his own flavour and comedy inserts!

Other shows that Vince can be a part of are: “The Chillie Files”, “The Best of The Chillies”, and he plays the very important role of Hernando in “1988 – A Chillie Odyssey”.
 

TESTIMONIALS

“The Three Chillies, an Australian cabaret act, can certainly sing. Belting out much loved numbers, they combine comedy with some genuinely impressive vocals.”
Edinburgh Fringe Festival

“You guys were amazing on Friday night, we had an absolute blast! We look forward to seeing you guys again real soon!”
Josephine Spawton

“Congratulations ladies on a fabulous show last night at Tongue Thai'd. I had a blast, congratulations too on your sold out gigs.”
Cheryl Ayres

“Fantastic food, excellent show - BRAVO LADIES.”
Eleonora Chiera Vassallo

“It was amazing! Best night I've had in ages.”
Sharon Kelley

“Thanks guys for Friday night! The meals were amazing and the entertainment phenomenal. We definitely will be coming back.”
Sarah Isabelle

“Performing to a sellout crowd at the Queens Arms Hotel in Wright Street, in the heart of the city, these three ‘chillies’ are just electrifying. The hotel was a pleasant surprise having undergone some renovations to create a great venue for a show of this kind.”
Adelaide Fringe

“The Three Chillies are Oriana Binetti, Kelly O’Brien and Rose Senesi. In a flashy one-hour show, they strut their stuff together and individually in front of a seven-piece jazz band (Twisted J), working their way through many a well known Motown tune (and some lesser known numbers), accompanied by some tightly scripted banter to tie it all together.”
The Queens Arms