Live music to be introduced to rehearsals
Live music will soon be added to rehearsals of the school’s up-coming performance of High School Musical.
Students have been learning their lines and practising hard after school to make sure their next production will be highly polished.
They are now ready for the school musicians to join them for the song and dance numbers.
Emily Cromey, Head of Faculty for Art, Music, Drama and PE, said the students are all working hard and are looking forward to performing the show next month.
“We are really excited about our upcoming production of High School Musical,” she said. “Rehearsals are well under way and we are now very excited to be able to invite the band to take part in the after school rehearsals too.
“The momentum is going well.”
The show’s story is set in an American High School where the children have to audition for its musical. The production was first seen as a Disney Movie in 2006. It was such a hit that it was Disney Channel's most watched film and was reported to have more than seven million viewers in the first year.
Mrs Cromey said: “This is shaping up to be a really special show. It will be our best one yet.”