Margaret River Senior High School (MRSHS) students will take their talents to Margaret River HEART next week with a showcase of performance skills from dance, music and drama students.
Head of Arts Mem McCormack said Isabelle Lemon (Teacher in Charge of Music) and Amanda Gradisen (Teacher in Charge of Dance and Events) had worked hard to coordinate the event, which will involve over 200 students.
Ms McCormack said that the newly opened auditorium would provide a comfortable atmosphere for audiences.
"Reserved tiered seating for the show will ensure a relaxed atmosphere where parents, friends, family and all interested members of our community can sit back and watch our youth sing, act, play and dance the night away," she said.
"Because the auditorium has grown - now that we are able to seat well over 400 audience members per night - ticket prices have reduced so that more family members can enjoy the show.
Items presented will be a mix of work completed in class, led by Arts staff, as well as work students have completed independently. A short, original play will be performed throughout the night culminating in a whole cast finale.
"Thanks to all the hard working staff and students at MRSHS who will contribute to this exciting community event," said Ms McCormack. "Thanks also to the support offered by Arts Margaret River, especially Phil Bebb and Stephanie Kreutzer. They assisted with all aspects of front of house and technical production of the show."
The MRSHS 2019 Arts Festival is on Monday November 4 and Tuesday November 5 from 7pm, with a short interval around 8pm before Act 2 concludes at approximately 9.40pm.
Tickets ($10) can be purchased at www.artsmargaretriver.com or via 9758 7316.
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