Ta-dah: Timothy Hodgen, Hannah Smith, Shannon Day, Nikki Madula, Genesis Holt, Abbey Groocock and, in front, Ava-Rose Askew, Liam Tomlin and Miki Clarke rehearse.
Elsa, Shrek, Ariel, Rapunzel, even Timon and Pumbaa –all of your family’sfavourite animated characters will be brought to life through song in Murray Bridge this weekend.
“The Sound of Musicals”will feature songs from a range of musical films, sung by singers aged between 14 and 20 from Murray Bridge, Mannum, Clayton and Adelaide, each of whom has made it through an audition process.
There will be costumes, atmosphere, warm-up music by Ellen Saunders and emceeing by Hairspray character Corny Collins –not to mention cupcakes, tea and coffee provided by Soroptimist Bronwyn Heard.
The event was the brainchild of Ava-Rose Askew andHannah Smith, and will raise funds for Silent Ripples, a local support group for people bereaved by suicide.
On Tuesday, Hannah said she was excited at how well rehearsals were going.
“Everyone has their own special different talents, and everyone gets together,” she said.
“It’s going to be an amazing show.”
She thanked Rural City of Murray Bridge youth officer Paul Ankerson and the council’s youth action committeefor their support.
Performances: 12pm and 7pm Saturday at The Station, Railway Terrace, Murray Bridge.Tickets: 100 available to each show for a$10 donation at the door; arrive early to avoid disappointment.More information on Silent Ripples: 梧桐夜网silentripples.netor 0417 741 888.This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.