Kyabram P-12 students are ready to dazzle audiences with their production of Jack and the Bean-stalk.May 14, 2014 3:20am
Trouble abounds in Kyabram P-12 Colleges 'Jack and the Beanstalk'. Pictured Cast : Back: Tomothy Richards. Middle: David O'Brien and Cointha Walkendon. Front: Brandon Armstrong.
They might not accept magic beans, but Kyabram P-12 College is more than happy to welcome young and old to their production of Jack and the Beanstalk.
The musical, taking place at the Kyabram Plaza Theatre, is in the final stages of rehearsal with drama teacher Vivienne Thomas impressed with the show’s progress.
Brandon Armstrong will play the hero Jack, while Tim Richards will play the Giant and Connor Deakin will play the Baron.
Kyabram Anzac Day bugler Peter Arnold will lead a live band accompanying the show alongside Cointha Walkeden on piano.
Drama assistant Fern Frizzell has also suggested that primary school students wishing to attend should wear pyjamas to take in the bedtime story.
‘‘The show is shorter than most performances we do and the kids will be ready for bed as they return home,’’ he said.
‘‘We will have a lolly treat for all the little ones in pyjamas to help the idea along.’’
The show starts at 7
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