St Julie’s Catholic High School performance

Students at St Julie’s Catholic High School reaped the rewards of weeks of preparation with head of performing arts, Miss Roberts and her team, for a dazzling series of six performances of ‘Annie the Musical’.
The show was staged in the school theatre and the premiere performance was for pupils from local primary schools who all thoroughly enjoyed the occasion.
‘Annie’ proved to be a challenging choice as Miss Roberts, “This particular production has some complicated choreography as well as huge amounts of set changes. It was a great opportunity to really stretch our talented performers and technical crew. The dedication shown by every member of the production has been fantastic, not least from our leading star who dyed her hair red for the part!”
Anna Ladanowski, a Year 9 student, won
the part of Annie during auditions back      in June and worked tirelessly, along
with the rest of the company, to give a fantastic  performance.
The school took the decision to
accompany the cast with a full live band, and the student musicians did fantastically well, under the musical director Mr Quinn.
The students were rewarded for their effort with a phenomenal audience response with every night of the show being fully sold out.

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