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Tue, 18 Apr

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Claire's Kitchen at le Salon

Katelin Koprivec and Megan Walshe are rising stars

Presenting a brand new night of Cabaret at Claire's: RISING STARS, showcasing the talent of two up and coming performers in one night of amazing entertainment

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Katelin Koprivec and Megan Walshe are rising stars
Katelin Koprivec and Megan Walshe are rising stars

Time & Location

18 Apr 2023, 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Claire's Kitchen at le Salon, 35 Oxford St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia

About the event

3 courses from our a la carte menu and a fourty minute set $120 p/p

arrival 6PM sharp

Get happy, because these two rising stars are coming to you for a double bill! Be prepared for some powerhouse vocals, dreamy melodies, and truthful tales.

For Megan Walshe, one genre just isn’t enough, so she’s bringing you a degustation of jazz, music theatre, soul, indie, and a hint of Disney. Paired with some personal anecdotes, Megan is sure to spice things up.

As they say - Opposites attract!

Step into the glamourous world of Katelin Koprivec, textbooks, swearing teenagers and whiteboard markers-stained clothes with a heavy glass of red on the side. From her struggles as a young teacher to her triumphs on stage, escape the classroom for a night through classic show tunes with splashes of pop hits and indulge her by laughing at her jokes. Don’t miss this chance to witness the start of Megan and Katelin’s dynamic careers!

BIOS:

Katelin Koprivec is an actress, singer and performer completing a Bachelor of Music Theatre from the Australian Institute of Music (AIM). Katelin appeared as the leading role of Taylah Simpkins in The Deb, directed and written by Hannah Reilly and Megan Washington in 2022 at the Rebel Theatre with the Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP). Recently, Katelin performed as Maddison in Nails Must Be Kept Short: The Warmup, a new queer Australian musical by writers Sophie Davis and Laura McDonald, with music by Harry Collins.

Notably, Katelin was a finalist in the 2019 Sydney Cabaret Competition at the Sydney Cabaret Festival, receiving an honourable mention for her performance in The Other Einstein. She has appeared in Little Triangle’s acclaimed seasons as Stephanie in Nine, Kate in The Wild Party, Nurse/Betty in Sunday in the Park with George and Terry in Merrily We Roll Along. Katelin appeared in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas with Squabbalogic Independent Music Theatre.

During her time at AIM, Katelin appeared as The Witch in Into the Woods, directed by Tyran Parke, Emilia in A Comedy of Errors, directed by Valerie Bader and Cherry in Cosi, directed by Terry Bader.

Megan Walshe is a professional entertainer, consistently gracing stages with her tantalising talents. A certified triple threat, she graduated with a Bachelor of Music specialising in theatre from AIM. You can find her hosting and singing weekly on Sydney Showboats, or occasionally upside down in various aerialist and burlesque haunts. Megan has just returned from a successful run of “Jazz! The Cabaret” in Adelaide Fringe, and will appear again in the festival for “Mickeys Jazz Club” in mid March. Creating art out of even her coffee addiction, she also is a lead singer for the band Party Latte. Currently she is co-writing and starring in a variety show, set to open May this year in Sydney. Previously Megan lived in Osaka, where she played the Bride Of Frankenstein at Universal Studios Japan. During this time she was also cast as the lead villain in the audio series “The Realm Tree”.

Tickets

  • Dinner and Show

    Including Booking Fee

    $120.00
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