Last week Darwin High School Stage 2 Drama students performed Scattered Lives for their external assessment.
Written by Australian author Sally McKenzie and first performed in 2002, Scattered Lives is a performance of true stories shared by refugees, who give an insight into the profound experience of what it is to seek refuge.
Two classes performed the play over four sold-out audiences in the drama space of the Tank. Backstage support was also provided by a number of the Stage 2 Drama students, including lighting by Iona Francis and Seth Kapser as Stage Manager.
Congratulations to teacher Mark Bunnett and all the students involved in making the performances such an overwhelming success.
The performance received rave reviews from the audience
Darwin High School never disappoints, another fantastic performance by all the students!
An outstanding production and a credit to the students and everyone else involved in a powerful, moving piece of theatre.
A heartfelt production – a brilliant play - both Drama classes presented it with commitment and truly took audiences on a journey. Fantastic effort by everyone involved.
Congratulations Mark and the backstage crew and the wonderful actors.
What a fabulous performance!