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Time and the Conways

Time and the ConwaysPerformances for our Term II Drama production are on Thursday 14, Friday 15 and Saturday 16 June at 7:00pm, in the St Peter’s Playhouse.

You can book tickets for Time and the Conways at Trybooking: https://www.trybooking.com/VPLA.

Adults: $30, Concession: $25

Grease at Sydney Grammar
Grease is on at Grammar on Wednesday 13, Thursday 14, Friday 15 and Saturday 16 June, with SCEGGS girls in featured roles and in the ensemble.

Tickets are available through Trybooking: Trybooking.com/VBIQ.

Inga Scarlett
Head of Drama

 

 

Time and The Conways
180517 Time and the ConwaysOur Term II Drama production Time and the Conways is now open for bookings.

Time and the Conways explores the experiences of the Conway family in Yorkshire, England, going back and forth between 1919 and 1937. As an examination of family and time, the play explores the tragedies that the Conways must inevitably face.

Performances will be on Thursday 14, Friday 15 and Saturday 16 June at 7:00pm in the St Peter’s Playhouse.

Tickets are available on TryBooking.com, and are already selling fast so make sure to get in quickly!
Bookings can be made through Trybooking: https://www.trybooking.com/VPLA.
Adults: $30, Concessions $25.

Grease at Sydney Grammar
Grease, the Grammar musical, is being performed at Grammar, on Wednesday 13, Thursday 14, Friday 15 and Saturday 16 June, with many SCEGGS girls in featured roles and in the ensemble.

Tickets are available through Trybooking: Trybooking.com/VBIQ.

Inga Scarlett
Head of Drama

 

 

Time and the Conways
Bookings for Time and the Conways, the SCEGGS Drama production with Cranbrook and Sydney Grammar, are now open!

The play is being performed on Thursday 14, Friday 15 and Saturday 16 June at 7.00pm in St Peter's Playhouse at SCEGGS.

Tickets are now on sale through Trybooking: https://www.trybooking.com/VPLA.

Adults: $30
Concessions: $25

Frankenstein at Cranbrook
Year 11 student Elizabeth Armour is part of the ensemble production of “Frankenstein” next week at Cranbrook - 16, 17, 18 and 19 May at 7.00pm in the War Memorial Hall. Ticket enquiries through Cranbrook.

Inga Scarlett
Head of Drama

 

 

Time and the Conways

The SCEGGS Drama Production this term is JB Pristley’s Time and the Conways. It is a play that deals with the fluidity of time, and is set in both 1919 and 1937, in between the two World Wars, in the British countryside. It’s an evocative play from the pen of this renowned English writer.

The play is being performed on Thursday 14, Friday 15 and Saturday 16 June at 7.00pm in the Playhouse at SCEGGS.

Tickets will go on sale through Trybooking next week!

Grease at Sydney Grammar

The Grammar production of Grease with SCEGGS girls involved, is on at Grammar on Wednesday 13, Thursday 14, Friday 15 and Saturday 16 June.

Tickets are available through Trybooking.com/VBIQ.

Both productions will showcase the talents of our SCEGGS girls, so make Week 7 this term your week to see two great shows and support SCEGGS Drama!

Inga Scarlett
Head of Drama

 

 

We had a fabulous day of Drama on Tuesday! All Houses worked hard to put on some memorable performances. It was wonderful to see the enthusiasm and camaraderie in all Houses and the House spirit, as each play was performed!

180308 House Drama

Congratulations to the winning House, Christian, for their outstanding performance of Coraline with sophisticated direction, strong ensemble acting and clarity in staging. Well done also to Badham, in second place, for Romeo and Juliet and Langley, in third place, for Charlotte’s Web.

The adjudicators were very impressed with the high standard of the plays on the day.

Congratulations to all!

Inga Scarlett
Head of Drama

 

 

We wish all Houses a happy Play Day next week! It should be a fun day which everyone can enjoy as an actor, an extra or a supportive audience member.

Here are the Adjudicators for the House Drama Festival next week:

Ms Eliza Bell
Ms Bell teaches Drama and looks after Year 7 Boarders at Shore School. Originally from the United States, she studied English at UC Berkeley and then earned an MFA in Acting at Harvard and the Moscow Art Theatre. After teaching and performing in New York, Washington and Canberra she is now delighted to call Sydney home and to be working in the classroom and making theatre with young people. Eliza is studying for a Master of Indigenous Education and hopes to continue to explore theatre as a context for community-building and social change.

Ms Sophia Forrest
Ms Forrest trained at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), graduating in 2016. There she performed in various productions including Les Liaisons Dangereuses, which toured to Hong Kong, and Coriolanus which toured to the Hydra Festival in Greece. Almost immediately after graduating from WAAPA, Sophia landed her first TV role on the hit Nine Network show Love Child as Debbie Hampshire. From there she has featured in the independent film Reaching Distance and the highly anticipated Aquaman directed by James Wan. She has recently completed a season in the Black Swan State Theatre Company’s production of Let the Right One In.

Ms Alexandra Punch
Ms Punch graduated from SCEGGS last year placing first in the Drama course. In 2016, she was in the SCEGGS’ production of The Crucible as Ann Putnam and The Importance of Being Earnest as Lady Bracknell. In 2015, she was in Cranbrook’s production of Wilde Tales and was also Head of Makeup. She started her own makeup artistry business in 2015 called PunchBeauty and has done theatre makeup for several school productions including A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Cranbrook. Currently, Alex is doing an internship at Belvoir Street Theatre, and has returned to SCEGGS to coach St Peter’s Players. She is waiting to hear back from Universities in America where she has applied to study Acting.

Inga Scarlett
Head of Drama