Director Linda Williams has brought together the talents of the whole Scotch College community to present a first class performance.
Celebrating its Centenary this year, Scotch College and is presenting the epic musical Les Miserables (School Edition). The two Jean Valjeans, Year 12 students Harry Fiedler and Ned Baulderstone spoke to Glam Adelaide's Arts Editor, Brian Godfrey, about the upcoming production.
As Scotch College launches itself into celebration mode for its centenary year, there is no better choice than one of the greatest musicals of all time, based on the 1862 novel by Victor Hugo. Directing the School Edition of Les Misérables is Linda Williams, backed by Choreographic Director Nina Richards and Musical Director Antony Hubmayer.
#SHe is the latest production from Promise Adelaide, talented Adelaide youngster, Ben Francis' not-for-profit organisation featuring talented young performers.
Scotch College tends to raise the bar with their musical productions, and with '42nd Street' this year is certainly no exception.
Bugsy Malone revolves around Fat Sam’s Speak Easy Club and the ongoing feud he has with Dandy Dan, the rival gang leader who is trying to take over Sam’s empire.
This jukebox musical of famous Australian singer/songwriter Peter Allen mirrors the man himself: glitzy, colourful, funny, sentimental, & chock full of talent.