Eliza was one of 20 senior students from around the State selected to participate in this year’s program and has been rehearsing since earlier this year.
“Class of Cabaret has really let me express myself like nothing else I have ever done before,” she said.
“I have really enjoyed Class of Cabaret because I can work on both my acting and singing from some of the best mentors ever.
“The other 19 students I’m working with are such great people and very supporting, also my family, school friends and my school that have supported me throughout this experience is tremendous.”
Class of Cabaret began in 2010 under the artistic direction of David Campbell at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival. The program provides students with the unique opportunity to gain performance and self-development skills in a professional performing arts venue during the Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
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