The return of the drama program to Cornerstone Christian College in 2012 has brought with it an amazing first production – the Pied Piper of Hamelin.
The hard work and dedication of Mrs Estelle Dragstra and her team of budding actors, has resulted in an engaging and humorous adaptation of the classic tale. Students were cast in roles that suited their skills, and their performances were extra-ordinary. The set and costumes were magnificent, and students in the art subjects were cleverly involved in the artistic elements of the backdrop and masking required.
In what could be termed a stroke of casting brilliance, Secondary Deputy Bob Cameron donned a blonde wig, dress and even nail polish to take on one of the major roles in the Pantomime. His performance was also delightful, and added an extra layer of hilarity to what was already a masterfully funny production
The Pantomime also utilised younger students from the College as extras - which gave these Primary children the chance to work with their older counterparts.
Shown over two nights, the production was very well received, with members of the broader Busselton community in attendance as well.
Fantastic job to everyone involved. We are incredibly proud of you – and you should be extremely pleased with your part in this new era in the arts at the College.