Senior and Intermediate Song and Dance

The Intermediate, Senior and Adult Musical Theatre classes join forces to stage an evening of pure theatrical indulgence.

Staging a wide variety of numbers from toe-tapping classic chorus tunes to heartbreaking solo ballads, NAPA’s oldest students get their chance to shine, some of them for the last time before they move on to full-time drama school.

Junior Song and Dance

Come along and witness our entire Junior Musical Theatre Department perform at their very best!

The performance will include songs from numerous musicals, ranging from old-time classics to contemporary shows. This end-of-year celebration promises to shine a bright light on NAPA’s youngest Musical Theatre performers, and allows them to show you what they’ve got!

Hero – Theatre On The Edge

A play that celebrates the life of Hull teacher and writer Dan Billany, brought to you by Theatre On The Edge.

Billany and his fellow POW David Dowie disappeared without a trace in Italy during the Second World War. Through his writings, Billany has become know for his freedom of thought and life as a rule breaker.

Senior Dance Show

The most advanced students in the school come together to perform a variety of genres. From energetic commercial dance to elegant classical ballet, there is something for everyone. If you like dance, you will love this.

Sweet Charity – Senior Musical Theatre

Sweet Charity tells the story of Charity Hope Valentine, a gullible and guileless girl who always gives her heart and dreams to the wrong man. When she meets the nervy Oscar in a lift, she hopes to put her misfortune in love behind her.

Cy Coleman’s brilliant score features the famous numbers Hey Big Spender, If My Friends Could See Me Now and The Rhythm of Life. Staged by NAPA’s Senior Musical Theatre students, this classic musical comedy is one not to be missed.

Seussical the Musical – Intermediate Musical Theatre

This fantastical family musical is based on the books of Dr. Seuss and brought to life by NAPA’s Intermediate Musical Theatre Students.

Horton the elephant hears a noise coming from a speck of dust on a clover and commits himself to protecting it and the Whos who live on it; Jojo, a misfit Who who “doesn’t Think normal Thinks,” struggles to find his place in the tiny Who society; and Gertrude McFuzz tries to catch the attention of her love – the kind and compassionate Horton.

Through mishaps and adventures, these unique characters finally find what they seek – their places in their world.

 

PERFORMANCES

Monday A Class

Friday 5 and Saturday 6 May at 7pm

Sunday 7 May at 2pm

Monday B Class

Friday 12 and Saturday 13 May at 7pm

Sunday 14 May at 2pm

Saturday Class

Friday 19 and Saturday 20 May at 7pm

Sunday 21 May at 2pm