School play will make an impact
A THEATRE production by Manjimup Senior High School students will grace the stage of Manjimup Repertory Club next month.
Students of various ages will participate in the play as actors and behind the scenes, front of house, set construction and prop and costume sourcing and development.
Blood Brothers follows the story of a set of twins who are raised separately, one by a poor mother and the other by a rich family.
“It’s powerful, deep, impactful and quite different to what Manjimup has seen before,” Year 12 head boy and leading actor Bryce Bamess said.
“It is the ultimate nature
versus nurture argument.
“It’s more of a drama and has a character-driven script.”
The play features mature themes and includes music.
“By coming along, we hope
the audience will get an idea of the effort the students have put in,” Bryce said.
As a repertory club veteran, Bryce said the characters were strong and genuine. The
production is on September 7 and 8 from 6.30pm and from 1.30pm on September 9.
Tickets are $5 and are available from the Manjimup Senior High School office.
Cast and crew of the Manjimup Senior High School production Blood Brothers will perform at the Manjimup Repertory Club next month.