Maddison Calcott is exceptional for a nine-year-old.
The Greystanes pupil is a triple threat — she can dance, sing and act.
Maddison snagged her first big role in the show, Our Spectacular, at the Sydney Opera House earlier this year.
"I was just so excited," Maddison said.
"I couldn't believe that I was actually performing at the Opera House."
She also came first in the under-9's song from a musical/musical theatre section in the McDonald's Sydney Eisteddfod 2013.
The competition included 11 other children and Maddison took top spot with the song Naughty from the play Matilda the Musical.
Now, Maddison is performing in the theatrical adventure, Quay to the City , at the Rocks until October 5.
She plays a ghost girl and she aims to scare show attendees.
"As soon as they walk in they start jumping," Maddison said.
On top of her acting and singing success, Maddison also wrote a musical theatre production about the affects of bullying.
The idea for the production developed after her friend was the victim of bullying.
She said she wanted to show other children the affects of bullying.
"My friend was bullied and I just wanted to tell them that it's not OK to do that," Maddison said.
"I just don't want it to happen any more and so I just wrote this play about this mean and popular girl who bullies this other girl.
"A couple days later the bully stopped teasing her and started to be nice to the girl that she bullied."
Maddison hopes to perform the play soon.
She has also represented Concord Public School in regional cross country.