Cre­ative stu­dents im­press in shows

Whitsunday Times - - COMMUNITY NEWS -

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.

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