Adelaide Fringe Performance ‘USC Showcase’

On Wednesday 6 March, USC students performed to a sold-out crowd for their performance in the Adelaide Fringe ‘USC Showcase’.

Directed by Lynn Jackson, USC Drama Teacher and supported by Dave Garwood, USC Music Teacher. It was a wonderful evening showcasing the talents of our students.

The evening was hosted Pele Kuipers, with Jonah Stewart tasked with Stage Manager Duties, performances included:

  • Faye Vlachos ”If I Ain’t Got You”, Alicia Keyes
  • Nick Wang “You and Me”, Yuki Matsui
  • Meg Pyecroft “Let’s Get It On”, Marvin Gaye
  • Millie Sandford “The World Turned While I Watched It” & “Move”, Original Poetry by Millie
  • Shaun Gunawardane “Perfect”,  Ed Sheeran
  • Emma Normington – Rhythmic Gymnastics demonstration, accompanied by “Stromae”
  • Luke Williams “Poker Face”, Lady Gaga.
  • Irini Saris “Stay” written by Ekko and Justin Parker, originally performed by Rihanna (accompanied by Dave Garwood)
  •  Hannah Wilkinson “The Heart Asks Pleasure First”, Michael Nyman
  •  Amber Washington “Something’s Got a Hold on Me”, Etta James
  •  Veronica Pene-Negrette – Original Dance Composition, Music – “7 Rings” Ariana Grande
  •  Isabella Chambers “La Vie en Rose”, Edith Piaf (accompanied by Dave Garwood)
  • Tim Rodrigues “Tarantella” by Albert Pieczonka, My Heart Will Go On by James Horner
  •  Harry Mill and Jeannie Day “Back To Black”, Amy Winehouse
  • Ruby Brown “Solidarity” (Poetry)
  • Amelia Hender “I’m Here”, From The Colour Purple, music and lyrics by Brenda Russell, Allee Willis and Stephen Bray (accompanied by Dave Garwood)
  •  Hannah Wilkinson and Breanna LiebeltMedley from “Legend of Zelda” adapted by Hannah and Breanna
  •  Donna Reynold, Stacie Casoyla and Emily Rattigan Original Mashup, using “Best Part” by Daniel Caesar feat. H.E.R and “Vanilla Sundae” by Emily Burns
  •  Faye Vlachos, Amelia Hender, Nick Wang, Michael Jacobsen, Dave Garwood “Man in the Mirror”, Michael Jackson

Thank you to both students and staff who volunteered their time to not only put the show together but ensured the evening ran smoothly. The USC community is lucky to have you.

The USC Showcase was also a fitting farewell to the Charles Street campus, which will be closed from tomorrow as new classes commence at the new Gawler Place campus on Tuesday next week.

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