Young Greek of the Week
Gabriella Margaronis is in Year 7 at Melbourne Girls College and has just been selected to play four different roles in the Catchment Players Alice in Wonderland theatre production in August. She dreams of becoming an accomplished dancer one day.
Gabriella Margaronis, 12.
Your greatest challenge?
To complete my education.
Your greatest achievement(s)?
Performing with Johnny Young Talent School in the Moomba and Myer Xmas Parades and being selected for the Catchments Players’ ‘Alice in Wonderland’ theatre production in August 2009.
How did you get to where you are now?
Eight years of tap, jazz, ballet, singing and musical theatre lessons with Johnny Young Talent School in Richmond.
Goal(s) for the future:
To become a successful dancer and singer and perform in theatre.
Best moment of your life?
Going on a months camp with Omiros College to Crete, Greece.
One word that describes you the best?
Person(s) you most admire and why?
My family because they give me lots of advice.
Best thing about being Greek-Australian?
Learning about both cultures.
If you could say anything to the Greek community...
Don’t forget about your culture.
Funniest Greek (family) moment: Fainting at a soccer match.
Favourite place to go or hang out at?
Chadstone Shopping Centre.
Song that I can’t get out of my head at the moment?
Favourite Greek food?
I can’t live without...
If I was Kevin Rudd for a day I would...
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