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Performers set to Let It Rock

Laquintah and Chantae Hetherington look delightful in the colourful costumes they will wear in this weekend’s KSD dance concert. The pair test drove the outfits at the dress rehearsal on Saturday.
Laquintah and Chantae Hetherington look delightful in the colourful costumes they will wear in this weekend’s KSD dance concert. The pair test drove the outfits at the dress rehearsal on Saturday. Contributed

IT COULD be the biggest on-stage showdown since the Jets met the Sharks or the Capulets took on the Montagues.

Warwick will have its own stage production in the vein of West Side Story and Romeo and Juliet when Let It Rock premieres on Friday night.

The concert, which promises to be another impressive effort by KSD Performing Arts Academy, includes a range of dance styles and genres of music.

This year the school has experienced the talents of international tap performer Justin Tamblyn.

The original script for Let It Rock has been written by KSD principal dance teacher Hanneke Taylor and drama teacher Tanya Wright.

Three Warwick blokes who have never seen a dance concert will also front-up for weekend performances.

Vellacott brothers Ben, Clayton and Morgan will add to the rock theme when they perform live at both concerts.

  • When: Friday and Saturday, from 6.30pm.
  • Where: Town Hall.
  • Features: Thirty-plus dances to rock music in all genres.

Topics:  dance, stage production, theatre




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