Beautiful Work: Winning streak for Intermediate Theatresports

We are incredibly proud of the IGS Intermediate Theatresports team whose win in the most recent round against tough competitors sees them continue to the Grand Final.

“Students Jack Scott-Hickie, Antigone Marchbank, Laith Al Hatu, Daniel Orlay and Harriet Tonkin will now proceed to the Grand Final at the Enmore Theatre on 13 June,” said Director of Dramatic Arts Rita Morabito.

“Please save the date and come and support these hardworking and talented students. 

“Their creative collaboration and team spirit are extraordinary.

“We’re also very proud that our own Lukian Adams (Head Boy 2018) has coached the team so wonderfully.”

Theatresports Coach Lukian said he is proud of the team, who has continued their winning streak.

“Despite a rocky start with their first scene, they managed to improve their score in every round, culminating with a 14/15 in their final scene, the best score of the night,” Lukian said.

“They were also the only team to get a five score from any of the judges, and managed to get three of them. Here’s hoping the streak can continue and IGS can take home the Theatresports Schools Challenge trophy.”

Harriet said the show was jam packed and “the energy was amazing throughout the whole evening”.

“We’re all so pumped for the grand finals,” she said.

“The competition had such an amazing environment, with all the teams being incredibly creative,” said Laith.

“This is my first time doing Theatresports at competition level and it is amazing that our team made the grand final!”

The Semi finals were fantastic, we got to play against entirely new teams and this time we even had our very own IGS cheerleader. Overall this was a great experience and we can’t wait to go to the Grand final!,” Antigone said.

Jack said he enjoyed competiting against other schools.

“It was a really supportive environment and all teams did super well. We are really happy that we came first and ecstatic to head to the final round.”

Daniel said” It was better than I could’ve hoped for.”