A well-known face on Australian stage and screen, she is off to Argentina in August to appear in a Broadway-style show, WK: The Gathering featuring 10 young performing arts stars from five continents.
Each ambassador will sing a song in Spanish related to their country by |Wunderkindz creator, |Argentine pianist-|songwriter-producer Ezechiel Palmieri, during performances at a Buenos Aires |theatre.
‘Chloe’s song is the story of a koala and the courage he needs to overcome his fears,’ mum Evania said.
‘She has been working hard rehearsing the song and now finds the Spanish easier than singing the English version.’
Prior to the show, Wunderkindz production crew will be in Australia, the US, Brazil, Japan and other countries to film the child stars for an accompanying television documentary and DVD.
‘Chloe realises this is an experience of a lifetime,’ Mrs Marlow said.
‘She is looking forward to meeting Ezechiel, the Argentine people and the very talented children and their families from other countries.
‘It is also the chance to experience a different country and culture.
‘With the tickets in hand, she is very excited as it seems more real.’
Last year, Chloe reached the finals of Australia’s Got Talent and played Jemima in Chitty, Chitty, Bang, Bang at the Crown Theatre.
She was the Annie understudy at the Burswood Theatre in 2012 and played Gretl in The Sound of Music at the Regal Theatre in 2010.
A pupil at St Mark’s Anglican Community School and John Cleary Dance Centre, Chloe aspires to a musical theatre career on Broadway.