Creative students impress in shows
SCHOOLS across the Whitsundays have been flexing their creative muscles over the last week with a number of impressive performances from local students.
The Whitsunday Christian College kicked things off with their production of Broadway classic Annie Jr.
A cast of about 25 students performed the show on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, wowing teachers, family members and the audience with their polished performance.
The Proserpine State High School also hosted a night of entertainment with their gala night on Monday featuring hours of live music performed by local students.
The concert included performances from the Cannon- vale and Proserpine State School concert bands, the Proserpine State High School concert and show band, contemporary vocal group Poco Voce as well as solo performances from Isabelle Siberling and Gemma Latter.
Proceeds from the concert went towards the schools musical program as well as a donation to charity.
SCHOOL STAGE: Brittany Rand, Sam McCann and Lisa Griffin starred in the Whitsunday Christian College's production of Annie Jr from Thursday-Saturday last week. Photo Andrew Pattinson / Vampp Photography
MAGICAL NIGHT: Proserpine State High School musical director Rob Turner conducted the Little Kids Big Band, made up of primary school students from Cannonvale and Proserpine at the Proserpine State High School's gala night on Monday night.