Grease is the word at St Monica’s College this month.
Students are perfecting their lines, practising their dances and warming up their vocal chords for the school’s production of the timeless classic on June 20-22.
More than 100 students are staff are involved in the production of Grease, taking on acting, production, front of house and band roles.
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Principal Brian Hanley said the school’s annual production is a major event for the college community.
“Considerable time goes into this production and I applaud all of the staff and students involved,” he said.
“Theatrical extravaganzas like Grease give our students a wonderful opportunity to develop and display their talents whether as an actor or one of the many off-stage roles that are so important in a production of this size.
“We are looking forward to showcasing our fantastic students to the local community.”
Grease will be performed at the Plenty Ranges Arts and Convention Centre, Ferres Boulevard, South Morang.
Tickets are available by calling 9409 8800.