tumoetai College’s Annie the Musical is in full swing at Baycourt until Saturday night.
Behind the scenes of activity and excitement, there has been the financial support of Legacy Trusthelping tomake it all happen.
Legacy Trust gifted $10,000 to the production costs associated with Annie, a donationmodel that started back in 2007 when Legacy Trust was established as the charitable owner of funeral business, Legacy Funerals.
“Legacy’s business model is based on all profits going back to community,” says Legacy general manager Kiri Randall. “Our trustees Bill Holland andGreg Brownless both personally love theatre and it’s on this basis that we supportmost high school productions with grants of this magnitude each year,” she says.
tumoetai College’s head of drama and dance Mandy Rowe thanked Legacy, and said without the funding the college would not be able to stage shows of high quality at Baycourt.
“The cast of almost 60 students and the backstage