One of our most treasured traditions at GIA is the Cabaret, a late night event where students take to the stage and perform for each other. More than a talent show, the Cabaret is an opportunity for students to share work they've developed over the year, or conversely, work that they've created that very day in group collaborations. The Cabaret is always hosted in alternative locations to the Main Stage, and this year's production was held in the Gallery. Surrounded by the visual art that's been going up over the past few days, students shared their music, poetry, performances, and even contortionism. Yes, contortionism! You never know what you'll witness at the Cabaret.