Bexley Grammar School Performing Arts n/s
To mark 10 years of performing Shakespeare's play at Bexley Grammar the Junior Production present "Romeo and Juliet. This was the first Shakespeare play performed at the school. This heartbreaking story is performed by extremely talented year 7- 9 set in the 1920s era. The cast have been rehearsing alongside a very busy school calendar since January. A shining performer in this production has said: "I love the rehearsals because we get to know each other as cast and have fun working together. It is really great to see the other cast members creatively build their characters and laugh whilst doing it.Being a part of the cast has really shown me how much time and effort the teachers and the students put in to really polishing the play and how much time it takes to learn lines and cues.I really enjoy being apart of this amazing production" Mya Fewell (7LJB) The play will also be performed in three local primary Schools: a a fantastic experience always which a superb cast member agrees: "I enjoy doing "Romeo and Juliet" because you have so much fun during rehearsals and you make new friends. I'm looking forward to performing for different primary schools as it gives them an opportunity to watch a different style of play and I feel proud to be performing to a younger performance. Anya Scothern (8OTF) Accept your invitation to join the party, the glitz, the glamour and the gangs of this fundraising performance on Monday 23rd April (Shakespeare's birthday) and Tuesday 24th April 2018. See you there with your 1920s sparkle and swagger!
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