Scotch College chose to burst back onto the theatre scene with a collection of excepts from popular musicals.
In this, their Centenary year, Scotch College has revisited Les Misérables with a stunning production, so big it requires two casts. This review is of the ‘London’ cast.
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.
Like most years, Scotch College brings to the stage a high standard of youth theatre with this year featuring the much-loved, pink-themed production of Legally Blonde: The Musical.
Scotch College's school musical this year is 'The Addams Family'. Glam's Arts Editor Brian Godfrey reviews the Kooky Cast
For their school musical this year, Scotch College take on the hilarious "The Addams Family". Fran Edwards reviews the Creepy Cast.
#SHe is the latest cabaret production by Promise Adelaide and is a celebration of women through song and dance, featuring a range of songs from different genres and eras.
Scotch College tends to raise the bar with their musical productions, and with '42nd Street' this year is certainly no exception.
16 year old Jordan Tomljenovic is a Year 11 student at Scotch College who has been performing since around the age of 5. He is about to play song and dance man Billy Lawler in the school’s much awaited production of the quintessential Broadway musical, 42nd Street. Glam Adelaide caught up with him to talk […]
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'
Somehow Glam girl Hannah managed to steal five minutes with up and coming superstar Sarah Snook and ask her about her newest role...
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.
16 year old Scotch College student, Ben Francis, is about to play, perhaps, the most important musical theatre role of his life – Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar.
'Jesus Christ Superstar' is a fitting musical for young people to study, but it is an ambitious move to select it as a school production.
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'...
The Apex Australia Teenage Fashion Awards (AATFA) provide students with the opportunity to design, manufacture and model their own fashion garments. The South Australian Finals were held on Sunday the 28th of August at Scotch College. The winning teens will be sent to Sydney to compete in the National Final. Casual Wear Winners: 1 Sophia Collet […]
The latest spring designs will be modelled in front of an A-list crowd at Scotch College tonight for the exclusive “One Look” fashion parade. The sold-out event will be attended by 250 guests and feature leading local designers including George Gross and Harry Who, Liza Emanuele, Little Fuchsia and Some Wear Fabulous. New spring wear […]