A musical treat for anyone who enjoys the music of this era.
A moving celebration of humanity through letters, poems & news records from the first world war era about the Christmas truce of 1914.
All is Calm is a musical production with an entirely male cast who tell the story of the 1914 Christmas Truce through the words from letters and poems of the soldiers and through the a cappella harmonies of the Christmas songs they sung.
For their school musical this year, Scotch College take on the hilarious "The Addams Family". Fran Edwards reviews the Creepy Cast.
The 60 Four are four young lads who are present and past students from Scotch College, all of whom have a shared interest in 60s music: Ben Francis, Lachlan Williams, Kyle Hall and Jordan Tomljenovic.
Nineteen young people whose ages ranged from eight to nineteen provided twenty-seven musical moments (as promised in the show’s title).
Scotch College tends to raise the bar with their musical productions, and with '42nd Street' this year is certainly no exception.
'42nd Street' is the quintessential Broadway musical and this year's Scotch College's school production.
Scotch College have a reputation for presenting high quality productions of shows that other schools would probably cringe away from. This year the show is '42nd Street'
Take four talented young performers with musical and theatre backgrounds, introduce them to the music of the 60’s and give them the chance to harmonise, then sit back and enjoy the result.
The last days of Jesus Christ are told in one of Andrew Lloyd Webber's most loved rock operas, performed by students of Scotch College.
Broadway 4 Kidz' is a collection of songs from big Broadway hit musicals mainly directed at school age children and varies in content and cast size throughout the year.
Adapted from the popular Disney film, this is the story of ‘star crossed lovers’ - brainiac Gabriella and jock, Troy - and how their unexpected love became an inspiration for the student body to also show their true colours.
After Scotch College triumphantly stormed the barricades last year with their production of 'Les Miserable', it was going to be interesting to see how they would fare this year with their version of 'West Side Story'...
Sir Jame’s M. Barrie’s tale of the boy who would not grow up has been delighting children for generations and is now reborn in another musical version. If you can get tickets, do so, and take the entire family. They’ll love you for it.