She's only 15 but the way she's going, it won't be long before Harmony Dyer's starring on Broadway.
The Vincentia High School student is the only female from the Shoalhaven region in the vocal company performing in this year's Southern Stars.
Southern Stars 2019 will see more than 3000 talented public school students perform at the WIN Entertainment Centre, Wollongong in August.
The show features vocalists, dancers, drama students, a 700 voice choir, live orchestra, and attracts an audience of more than 12,000 each year.
Harmony has been part of the vocal company of Southern Stars every year since year six. This year will be her first as a 'featured artist'.
Her mother Manda said performing has been a lifelong love for the year 10 student, who inherited the passion from her father.
"My husband's musical so she got it from him and they've both done musical theatre together," she said.
Harmony is also involved in the Illawarra South East Performing Ensemble, who will be touring the Shoalhaven at the beginning of term three. She will also star in Albatross Musical Theatre Company's production, Wicked, in July.
The busy student will be performing at the upcoming Shoalhaven Excellence in Vocation Education and Training awards on Thursday, June 27 at the Bomaderry Bowling Club.
While her heart lies in musical theatre, Manda said Harmony is also an 'A grade student" and has her sights set on following her dreams after school.
"She wants to go into musical theatre either at NIDA or down at Canberra," she said.
"But her biggest dream is to be on Broadway."
Don't miss Harmony in Southern Stars 2019 over three shows from August 23 to 24. Get your tickets here.