Who’s that girl?
Lover of musical theatre since the age of 7, I decided to pursue my passion as a career.
I started as a child performer in musicals at the Théâtre du Châtelet whilst studying classical music at the Conservatoire of Paris.
I moved to London in 2016 to study musical theatre at ICMT then got a Master in Music Theatre at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
As a performer, I am fascinated by the range of work created in the UK and particularly excited by new writing and new British musicals.
Whilst my stage name is Eléonore Duizabo, my nickname is Baguette. 🥖
A testimony to my French origins, here is a Baguette recipe to get to know me:
– 500g of flour: the core, a passion and knowledge of the theatre world.
– 300ml of water: a stream of new ideas flowing in to create a new wave of musicals.
– 7g of yeast: the spark that will make all the ingredients mix together and create an all-round and versatile performer.
– 9g of salt: adding a new flavour, bringing some new seasoning to the industry.
– Knead the dough: a very malleable actress, able to adapt quickly.
– Shape the dough into a baguette: my experience as an actress and my training at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama helped me define myself as an artist and my place in the industry.
– Bake in the oven for 30 minutes: where the magic happens: a lot of preparation for the perfect execution and…
Voilà ! you have a crusty baguette, goldened in the oven that you simply can’t resist!
To share my insights into London’s scene and my experience in the industry, I keep actively writing on my blog www.baguetteonbroadway.com