The Year 10 VCE Drama students' production of Women of Town was an outstanding success. Each girl’s sensitive portrayal of an Australian female criminal from the 1920s provided a very moving depiction of prejudice and hardship for young women during this time in history. Congratulations to all performers and to their teacher, Ms McNamara.
Years 7 and 8 girls thoroughly enjoyed having the opportunity to be part of the Hating Alison Ashley production early this week. Over 90 girls participated in the production and followed their interest in stagecraft, acting, singing, dancing, costumes and advertising. Talented performances on stage, combining with opportunities for humour and some 80’s music, provided a great recipe for success. Congratulations to Ms McNamara, the Performing Arts Department and all girls involved. Thank you also to the teachers, FORPA and parents who supported the girls behind the scenes.
Mrs Glenis Gumley
Deputy Principal, Head of Senior School