Celia Davidson is an actor, singer, dancer and creative studying in Melbourne. Celia has recently completed her final show with Adamson Theatre Company after 11 performances, most notably her portrayal of Judas in ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ and Queen Margaret from ‘Richard III’. Through work with this company, Celia has grown as an actor, as well as an ensemble member, learning how to thoughtfully develop a character and work cohesively with the people around her. For her work within the arts, Celia was awarded a scholarship that took her to San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles, where she performed in Louis Nowra’s ‘Cosi’ as the character Cherry. Undertaking workshops with Broadway professionals, famous choral composers and working with fellow performers of her own age, Celia was exposed to the passion and commitment of industry professionals, adding to her love for performance and inspiring her to work harder. Resultantly, Celia was presented the Bravo award at the end of 2019 for her talent, attitude and consistent contributions to Adamson Theatre Company. Celia presents as a triple threat having also trained as a dancer and singer. After dancing for six years in The Space’s Next Gen program, Celia developed her technique in Ballet, Jazz and Lyrical dance styles, earning her a spot in the company’s dance troupe. Furthermore, passionate about music, Celia has spent the past six years developing her voice, having been a part of three choirs, where she consistently earned solo’s, as well as training through her lead roles in various musicals. As a creative, Celia co-directed her first play, ‘Marat/Sade’ early in 2019, of which exposed her to the intricacies of live performance and developed her appreciation for the different areas of production. The play was met with excitement and enjoyment by the audience and had a successful season. Celia is a talented and passionate actor on stage and is hoping to expand into screen acting as her career grows.