The drama department this term will be producing no less than four original plays written by Trinity students.
Robert Wilding and his cast of Year 10 students will be devising ‘Dig’ – a play based in the trenches in World War 1. Meanwhile, Lukas Cobb in U6 has written an adaptation of John Steinbeck’s ‘In dubious battle’ and Will Hardy, also in U6, will be working on a one-man show set in China and England, while Jack Byatt is busy developing a play with fellow Lower Sixth students.
We will be live streaming these plays on December 4th under the title ‘Trinity Play Premieres’. More details will follow after half term. Watch this space!
Plus, another date for the diary: Head to our YouTube channel on the evening of 14th October, as we release Coram Boy – a fantastic production which has been months in the making. Subscribe to the channel here so as not to miss out on this plus future productions. Coram Boy will be available to view on this channel from 14 Oct.
Meanwhile, Head of Academic Drama, Lucy Robinson, points out that Fifth Year Drama students have their GCSE Component 1 exam on 14th October. They had their tech rehearsals this week, having also devised their own, original pieces of theatre in response to “Power is not given to you, you have to take it” and the below image. Good luck to Year Five!
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