A Brave Act

On Saturday night, Year 11 student Ella Jones had to muster all her courage and talent to take on a role most of us would have run miles to avoid.

Drama Day at Scotch College

Year 11 drama students headed to Scotch College to participate in Drama workshops with industry professionals, the focus of these workshops was movement, improvisation and text interpretation, which are all key aspects of the Drama ATAR courses.

Drama Students Curious About Stage Show

This week, we had the privilege of being able to see The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.  During our Year 12 Drama class we’ve been working on our Original Scripted Monologues and I was hoping that in attending the show, I could find some creative ideas. I was not disappointed!

Year 12 Drama Afternoon

Drama Afternoon Prepares Students For Exams

On Tuesday 12 June, Year 12 Santa Maria College Drama students had the opportunity to attend a drama afternoon at Methodist Ladies’ College, hosted by the Independent School’s Drama Association (ISDA).

Wendy and Peter Pan From the Crocodile

Wendy and Peter Pan has sadly, but triumphantly come to a close. Despite the strenuous task of balancing school, sleep and other commitments, the incredible and unforgettable experience far outweighs it all.

Wendy & Peter Pan

After much disappointment due to delays because of the weather, the audience was treated to a wonderful performance, at the Opening Night of Wendy and Peter Pan.

Students Changed by George Orwell Play

Politically thrilled and fundamentally changed, the senior Drama students emerged from Robert Icke and Duncan MacMillan’s production of  “1984” by George Orwell pleasantly disturbed and wittingly provoked.

Much Loved Tale Brought to the Stage

On a golden afternoon, young Alice follows a White Rabbit, who disappears down a nearby rabbit hole. Quickly following him, she tumbles into the burrow – and enters the merry, topsy-turvy world of Wonderland! Memorable meetings and whimsical escapades highlight Alice’s journey, which culminates in a madcap encounter with the Queen of Hearts – and her army of playing cards.

The Final Curtain

Our Year 12 Performing Arts reflect on their past roles and productions, as well as what these experiences have taught them.

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