Performing Arts Students Perform at Rhyl’s Little Theatre
Level 3 Performing Arts students performed ‘Grease’ the musical over the weekend, at Little Theatre in Rhyl.
Performed over three nights, the Coleg Llandrillo students were involved in all aspects of the show, including lights, sound and other technical roles, as well as being responsible for promoting the show through social media.
The students were also joined on stage by a Music student, who played the guitar during the songs performed.
Jon Crowther, Performing Arts lecturer at Coleg Llandrillo, said,
“I’m really proud of the success of the musical, the students have worked very hard. Thank you to everyone who attended and supported us”
“This is just one of the many productions our Performing Arts students get to be a part of during their time at college. We’re proud to be able to facilitate professional shows for our students, so that they can a taste of performing at a real theatre, in front of a live audience”
“We’re really grateful to the Motor vehicle department at college too, who designed and built us a car which was used for the set on stage!”
Performing Arts student Kiera Butterworth, said, “Putting the musical together ourselves gave us a real insight into what it is like in the musical theatre industry such as the production, the dedication needed as well as developing my confidence.
Corey Dodd, who also studies Performing Arts, added, “This is a very different show to what i've done in the past so it has been beneficial getting myself out of my comfort zone and widening my skills and experience”
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