Drama galore for IGS students

It has been a busy month for Dramatic Arts students with a number of competitions and performances.

Shakespeare Carnival

The recent Shakespeare Carnival was a big success. Director of Dramatic Arts Rita said the standard for the competition was very high.

Our IGS Year 8 Shakespeare Dancers won at the Regional level of the Carnival and will now proceed to the State Finals at the Seymour Centre on  29 and 30 June. Congratulations to the following students:

Students: Carmela Reznik and Coco Messiter
ACT II Scene 2
“That which hath made them drunk, hath made me bold”

Students: Coco Gillies, Eleanor Sharwood, Oliver Parry and Stirling Stewart
ACT I Scenes 1 and 3
“When shall we three meet again?”

Students: Madiba Doyle Lambert, Ned Woodcock, Niamh Brand, Nevae Powers & Lily Moore
Macbeth abridged
“Macbeth Abridged”

Students: Iris Hancock, Sophie Cotton, Ava Wilkin & Amelia Munn
A Midsummer Night’s Dream

“All our IGS competitors were excellent and should feel very proud of their achievements,” Rita said.



 IGS students worked with Swoop, a Drama and Circus company to create some fabulous physical theatre images.

Students in Year 11 created The Rainbow and a Monster through group physicality.

Swoop has spread a love for physical theatre to thousands of children.

Drama students will also participate in the Theatresports Grand Final, taking place this weekend at the Enmore Theatre.