MONTHS of preparation came to a head last week as Snowy Mountains Grammar School (SMGS) students presented their musical production, Rockin' Robin, to the Jindabyne community. These students have worked continuously in after school hours to put on this fun-filled, humorous and dazzling performance to show off what they can do. From Monday June 16 through to Wednesday June 18, the enthusiastic actors, singers, dancers and musicians put on a spectacular show for the eagerly awaiting audience.
Mrs Cath Batson, the director, is glad that the 16 weeks of frantic rehearsals has paid off.
"You couldn't wipe the smiles off of their faces," she said, admiring the determination of her students.
Students have had the best time while rehearsing and performing Rockin' Robin and they all know that it was an experience they will never forget.
Including music from the 50's to 70's the performers picked up the songs quickly and had the audience clapping along. Mrs Sue Sell, director of music, worked diligently with musicians and singers to produce a lively and energetic musical.
The students at SMGS would like to thank the supporting staff and school community for giving us the opportunity to work together in a nurturing and creative environment to produce Rockin' Robin. It has been an amazing experience and the comments received about the show were inspiring. We hope the audience enjoyed it and can't wait to see what the next musical brings.
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