School play will make an im­pact

Manjimup-Bridgetown Times - - Times News -

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.

Pic­ture: Tari Jef­fers

Cast and crew of the Man­jimup Se­nior High School pro­duc­tion Blood Broth­ers will per­form at the Man­jimup Reper­tory Club next month.

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