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t may have been the iconic 60s music, the outstanding talent, the storyline, the costuming and styling or the sets and design but one thing’s for certain The Cathedral College’s Musical, How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying, performed recently at the Pilbeam Theatre was a standout success for past student Celeste Hack making her directorial debut. A graduate of TCC (2012) and CQUniversity Conservatorium, Celeste’s Bachelor of Music specialising in Jazz and Popular music, her dancing and performing background and her teaching experience were a perfect mix of skills to direct a cast and crew of 100 in a show of this calibre. Since commencing at TCC in 2014 as an Instrumental Voice Teacher, Celeste assisted Therese Quinn in the College productions of Xanadu, TCC Showcase, Footloose and Theatre Restaurant. “I would like to thank the wonderful Miss Quinn. I would not be in the director’s chair if it weren’t for her steadfast guidance and support to achieve something I’ve always dreamed of. We now look forward to 2021 for our next big show,” she said.

V EN I V I V E V I TA M TOTA M

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Veni Vive Vitam Totam Issue 3  

A publication of The Cathedral College Past Students’ Association

Veni Vive Vitam Totam Issue 3  

A publication of The Cathedral College Past Students’ Association

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