The Middle School Production of Blood Brothers in May 2019 was another excellent show, performed over two nights in the Performing Arts Centre. This was the play version which is slightly different to the musical, although still as exciting and entertaining. There were both comic and tragic moments, which ensured an evening full of laughter and tears. Pictures by Carla Mason-Roe.
The Inspire Theatre Company, which is made up of the Drama scholars from Years 7 to 13 and some other invited students who show a real passion for performance, presented 'Mary Poppins Jr' over three nights in March 2019, as well as a matinee performance for children from a local primary school. This was another fantastic production, with classic numbers such as 'Step in Time' and 'Spoonful of Sugar' proving tremendously entertaining. Pictures by Emma Duggan.
The senior school production of Agatha Christie's Witness For The Prosecution in December 2018 was another fantastic show. Students rose to the challenge to show off their skills in a play where the language and speech are the heart of the show, with much of the focus being on the voice as opposed to movement. The production was inspired by Film Noir, creating the costumes, make-up and set to fit with the theme of old black and white movies. Pictures by Howard Griggs.
In May 2018, Inspire – Worth’s own theatre company which is made up of all of the drama scholars from Years 7 to 13 – performed ‘Showstoppers’ which was a production of short extracts from their favourite plays/musicals/films including The Play That Goes Wrong, Les Miserables and The Greatest Showman. Pictures by Emma Duggan.
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