Thursday, 16th November 2017
STUDENTS have staged an all-singing, all-dancing surreal spectacular – down the rabbit hole
STUDENTS have staged an all-singing, all-dancing surreal spectacular – down the rabbit hole.
A cast of close to 40 performers at The King’s Academy appeared in
Students spent weeks learning lines, songs and steps for the musical, which saw
Too big or too small to fit in after consuming weird and wonderful potions, Alice, who appeared in three different guises, eventually took on the evil queen to find her way home.
The cast performed a dress rehearsal before 300 local primary school children before opening night.
Head of drama at the academy Eddie
“It was a fun production and because there were so many main characters it gave lots of students the chance to shine.”
Kirsty Gosnay, a former King’s student and a regular in past productions, returned during her gap year to coach the singers, and teacher of drama Danielle Dodsworth trained the cast in choreography.
The art department created the set and Carey Brownless produced the costumes.