No business like showbusiness...!

No business like showbusiness...!

Over the Easter break, our students have been taking to the stage in a range of productions.

Many of our students take part in theatre groups, children's theatre productions and holiday projects and the past couple of months have been very busy!

Reasons to Dance: Lucy May Lagan (14) was a cast member in the National Theatre of Scotland production whichwas a multi-media site specific performance based on workshops held over a number of months.

Anything Goes: Lynsey Craig joined the company of Boness Amateuar Operatic Society as a dancer in the production and her sister Hannah played "Virtue". The show also starred Mr Clark as a very drunken "Mr Whitney"!

Pirates of Penzance: LAMP Children's Theatre staged the hilarious Gilbert and Sullivan musical during the Easter break with Jenni Allardice, Abbie Cantell, Amber Ibrahim, Anna Johnson, Anna McEwan, Anna McLeod, Catherine Bain, Christina McCall, Hannah Ritchie, Katie McEwan, Mia Musakambeva, Rebecca McFarlane and Sandy Bain taking on a number of principal and chorus roles. Hayley Fleming was the choreographer for the company too! (pictured above)

Oliver!: Sandy Bain took the lead role of "Fagin" in Captivate Drama's Edinburgh production of the Lionel Bart classic.

Oliver!: Falkirk Operatic Society are performing the musical at the end of April. Rehearsing throughout the break have been Christie Brooks, Eve Cattanach, Lucy May Lagan, Serena McCall, Anya Phillips and Romy Phillips. Mr Clark is also starring as "Mr Sowerberry" the undertaker and the role of "Nancy" was due to be played by Amanda Clark who unfortunately had to resign due to injury.

Wizard of Oz: Project Theatre are presenting the show in May. Taking the lead roles in the production are Christie Brooks (Wicked Witch), Polly Greer (Lion), Samantha Niven (Dorothy Understudy), Hannah Reid (Scarecrow) alongside some of our students as dancers and munchkins.

 

NODA Awards

Many congratulations to Amber Ibrahim, Anna Johnson and Anna McEwan who received their 3-year Award from NODA, the National Operatic and Dramatic Association. Sandy Bain was awarded his 6-year certificate and Amanda Clark will be receiving her 20-year medal.

 

We strive to meet the following objectives:

Promoting dance excellence

A range of venues

Our venues include: South Queensferry, Linlithgow, Falkirk Braes, Grangemouth,

Encouraging participation

At every age and level, our dance pupils are encouraged to attend, spectate and participate in a variety of dance events to enhance their experience of dance.

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