Someday - A Mindful Cabaret

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'Someday' is a mindful cabaret which combines positive psychology and uplifting original songs. It was designed to help you to increase your self awareness, clarify your mindset, and improve your well-being by bringing together music and motivational talks to create an hour of both peace and stimulation in this busy world. It features soaring melodies and dynamic arrangements written and performed by Filipino-Australian musician, actor, and coach Jennifer Trijo (Once | Miss Saigon). After receiving rave reviews on its opening weekend, it returns for one final live show (11 March) and an OnDemand season for the remainder of the Adelaide Fringe (7 - 20 March).

6.00pm doors open and 2 course meal served (dinner + dessert)
7.30pm show starts (60 minutes show no interval)

★★★★★ "Trijo is destined for great things" Mindshare

★★★★ "Amazing show!" Adelaide Show Podcast

Presented by:
Jennifer Trijo

Jennifer Trijo is a versatile professional creative. Her theatre credits include Once the musical (Darlinghurst Theatre Company); Miss Saigon, Australian tour (Louise Withers & Associates); Disenchanted (Mad About Theatre); and The Hipster (Sound Bowl Productions). She has presented work for the OzAsia Festival, Sydney Fringe Festival, and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Jennifer is a singer-songwriter, voice tutor at the Elder Conservatorium, actor at ActNow Theatre, musician in the Nexus Arts Orchestra, and a freelance writer. Her work has been published by Limelight,, Australian Teacher, and Social Alternatives Journal. She holds a Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of Education, Certificate of Journalism, Diploma of Business Management, and a Diploma of Positive Psychology.

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  • “Trijo has formidable music chops as singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.” - Peter Burdon, The Advertiser
  • “If ever there was a performance such as this needed, it is now. The show was an exercise in positive thinking and staying true to oneself.” - John Goodridge, The AU Review
  • “It’s raw, it’s real, and is a great display of the amazing musical talents we have here in South Australia.” - Shane Berketa, See Do Eat Review
  • “With each melodic refrain so lovingly crafted, finishing Someday feels like leaving a show with a warm metaphoric comfort blanket on.” - Dina Ustovic, Mindshare
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