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Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance students wow the Toronto Arts & Letters Club crowd at their Cabaret

Newsroom authorby Olivia McLeodNov 3, 2023

Arts & Letters

From left to right, Sheridan Honours Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance students Hadley Mustakas, Diego Terán, Senn Gelinas, Emma Reynolds, Ally Thomas, Jaden Kim and Evelyn Hecht.

In September, seven of Sheridan’s Honours Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance students were invited to perform at The Cabaret, an event organized by the Arts and Letters Club of Toronto (ALCT) Foundation. The show included performances of original and covered songs from Sheridan students, as well as other up-and-coming artists within Toronto’s poetry and classical music scenes.

Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, the ALCT Foundation is committed to advancing education within the arts and provides scholarships, bursaries and awards to Canadian residents for demonstrated excellence in the arts. Two of this year's winners include Cabaret performers and Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance students Hadley Mustakas and Senn Gelinas.

Mustakas also served as the evening’s emcee and, as the first recipient of the ALCT Foundation’s Charter Women’s Award, she delivered an impassioned acceptance speech. Established in partnership with Sheridan College, the award was created to honour the first women to join the ALCT in 1985. The academic award academic award is presented to a student who identifies as female in Sheridan’s Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance program to recognize outstanding improvement in vocal music, as selected by faculty.

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