HSC Drama students' hard work rewarded

Jessica Lyons, who was nominated for OnStage, the presentation and exhibition of group and individual performances and projects by HSC Drama students, has now been selected for inclusion in the exhibition. Jess worked very hard to create a creative and sophisticated Critical Analysis project. Her 'Theatre Reviews' project will be one of only four selected across the State for exhibition.

Peyton Cole had also been short listed to perform in the OnStage program. She will step in if another performer is not able to commit to the week. This is another huge achievement as only a few female individual performers are chosen each year. Congratulations girls!


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