Prep fall plays: plan to attend
Come out to Weston Hall on October 30, at 7 p.m. for a night full of suspense, drama and laugh-out-loud comedy! The cast and crew of 65 students and dedicated faculty directors have been working tirelessly to prepare for this fall’s dramatic productions.
Year 7 play:How to overthrow your student government in seven easy steps
Jim may have lost his election for student council president, but with a little help from Julius Caesar, he can always overthrow the school government instead. Whenever an angry, potential leader is stuck, Julius Caesar appears to lead them down the path to ultimate power. But as his coup escalates from choosing an appropriately glorious title and signature look to naming scapegoats and seizing the media, Jim must ask himself just how far he’s willing to go. A wickedly smart comedy that explores how autocrats, past and present, consolidate power and exploit our fears.
Year 4 – 6 play: The stinky cheese man and other fairly stupid tales
A long time ago, people used to tell magical stories of wonder and enchantment. Those stories were called Fairy Tales. Those stories are not in this play. The stories in this play are almost fairy tales. But not quite…
Tired of the same old boring stories? This play might be for you! Come to the Grade 4- 6 play to see oddly twisted tales become lots of laughs and epic fails! With a crew of 42, we hope to delight you for the evening.
Warning: It has been determined that these tales are fairly stupid and probably dangerous to your health.
There is no admission charge and friends and family are welcome to attend.
Monika Kastelic and Paul McGarr
Subject Coordinators; Arts