Hortense (Sophie Gliori, centre) is concerned over the new found love between Tony (Jack Wilson) and Polly (Caitlyn Jesperson) in Warwick State High School’s musical.
Hortense (Sophie Gliori, centre) is concerned over the new found love between Tony (Jack Wilson) and Polly (Caitlyn Jesperson) in Warwick State High School’s musical.

Students tune up for musical

IT'S that time of year again, when Warwick High students are diligently preparing for their musical.

This year sees them tackling a period piece “The Boyfriend”.

The “boy meets girl” tale follows the story of newfound love interests, Polly and Tony as they face many unexpected trials and tribulations along the way to finding true love.

The event showcases Warwick High's increasingly high level of reputable talent, efforts and participation in all areas of musical preparation, from the lead roles and chorus, to sound, lighting and backstage.

This is a great opportunity for both families and friends to come and be a part of “something special”.

Cast members state: “It is a highlight of the year!”

Tickets go on sale on Tuesday, May 24, from the school office ($15 for adults and $10 for students/concessions).

Opening night at the town hall is Thursday, July 14, with a total of three shows scheduled.

Warwick High hopes to see you there, it is sure to be a fantastic event.

The musical crew is also seeking a 1920s phone.

If you can help please contact the school office by phoning 4666 9222.



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