From 29th May until 28th June, the Adelaide Cabaret Fringe brings sparkle, song, dance and finesse to our fair city.
But once the curtains fall on the final show of her one-woman cabaret The Misadventures of Miss Bouzy Rouge, South Australian cabaret queen Sarah Goussé’s will take flight.
Farewelling her hometown of Adelaide, Goussé will head to the Big Apple to show them what she’s got.
During the festival, The Misadventures of Miss Bouzy Rouge will only run for three dates; 7th, 13th and 14th of June at La Boheme.
On receiving a highly coveted scholarship to study at the prestigious New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts, Goussé has decided to give Adelaide one last chance to catch her five-star show featuring Miss Bouzy Rouge, her French alter-ego.
“The Misadventures of Miss Bouzy Rouge has been so well received by audiences, especially in Adelaide. I just couldn’t leave for New York without one final season to farewell my hometown,” she says.
During the Adelaide Fringe The Misadventures of Miss Bouzy Rouge captivated sold out audiences; following that, a return season at Melbourne’s famous Butterfly Club.
Both Goussé and Miss Bouzy intend to charm their audience with jazz standards, musical theatre numbers and reimagined pop classics, all accompanied by Adelaide’s own jazz aficionado, Bruce Hancock.
In between songs, Goussé and her alter ego tell hilarious and heart-warming stories of romance, debauchery and self-discovery.
Sarah Goussé will board a one-way flight to New York just days after the Cabaret Fringe Festival closes.
Catch our home-grown talent before her name is up in Broadway lights.
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