Chil­dren en­joy drama work­shops in hol­i­days

Bush Telegraph - - CLASSIFIEDS - By DAVE MUR­DOCH

added art to her drama and plans to ex­pand into singing per­haps next year.

This Oc­to­ber the work­shop stu­dents pre­pared five plays for a show put on in the Old Folks Hall Fri­day, Oc­to­ber 19 to dis­play their learn­ing and tal­ent. They were pop­u­lar se­lec­tions in­clud­ing the Mad Hat­ters Tea Party, Nurs­ery Rhymes Be­hind the Scenes, Miss Honey Tries to Help (from Matilda) with The Trial of Toad and Toad’s Es­cape from Wind and the Wil­lows.

The chil­dren each pre­sented a mono­logue and some per­formed a poem to add va­ri­ety to the pro­duc­tion.

Shirley hopes her group will present their first play at the Mad Hat­ters Tea Party and plans a float in Woodville’s Christ­mas Pa­rade.

Stu­dents pose out­side Watch This Space Stu­dio in Vo­gel St, Woodville, hav­ing dec­o­rated the win­dow with masks they made.

Busy re­hears­ing a scene from the Mad Hat­ters Tea Party in prepa­ra­tion for the Fri­day show.

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