Described often as the talent show with no losers, the Cabaret is a student-organized performance that showcases the vision and talent of fellow Georgia Southern University students.
This annual cavalcade of art presents itself to us once more on February 25, but what can we expect to see at this year’s performance that wasn’t there last year?
For starters, Andrew Shepherd, sophomore and vice president of Theater South, is coordinating the event this year.
“We’re making sure that people have their acts completed before the rehearsals…so that the process would be smoother,” Shepherd said.
The Cabaret is a chance for directors and actors alike see vision come to life.
Ethan Mckinnon, junior, sees this as an opportunity to hone his skills as an actor.
“It’s going to be lit!” McKinnon said.
McKinnon covered everything from nerves to personal growth.
“There’s always that nervous bug in my stomach right before I go on stage. It’s like an adrenaline rush, but as long as I’m comfortable in my part of the show, I’m comfortable on stage,” Mckinnon said,”Every time I get to perform for a crowd, it’s an opportunity to perfect my craft. It teaches you the kinds of things you can’t learn in classrooms!”