Seven students take a step closer to their performing arts dreams

Saree Salter
Updated June 12 2024 - 4:01pm, first published 8:00am
Asha Blyth, Scarlett Harris-Newsham, Amber Smith, Erryn Rae, Holly Dunstone, Paige Duncan-Rainbird and Katie McCarron will travel to Melbourne for a workshop at NIDA. Picture supplied
Asha Blyth, Scarlett Harris-Newsham, Amber Smith, Erryn Rae, Holly Dunstone, Paige Duncan-Rainbird and Katie McCarron will travel to Melbourne for a workshop at NIDA. Picture supplied

Most performing arts student can agreed that the National Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA) is the place to be, and for seven lucky students that dream is about to become a reality.

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Saree Salter

Northern Tasmania born and bred. School reporter, interested also in the Launceston music scene. Email me at saree.salter@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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