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Drama: Yet another great week in the Drama Department!

IB Higher Level Theatre Arts students at St Andrews International School Bangkok impress with their final performances and Ebeneezer Scrooge reminds us about the joys of Christmas.

It’s been another great week in the Drama Department. Wednesday saw the final practical examination for our IB Higher Level Theatre Arts students. We were lucky to watch three stylistically contrasting yet equally compelling performances. Each one of them selected aspects of female characters and challenged our perceptions of how they are normally portrayed. We had a Taylor Swift/Juliette (from Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’) mash-up in the style of Bertolt Brecht; Jane Austin’s Eliza Bennet from ‘Pride and Prejudice’ explored through the movement methods Tadashi Suzuki’s and finally Cinderella and her step-sister performed using the techniques of Steven Berkoff. It was inspiring to witness our students independently explore theatrical styles and thematic ideas that were important and meaningful to them.

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‘A Christmas Carol’

Getting into the Christmas spirit, a group of 35 St Andrews students attended a performance at M Theatre on Thursday of ‘A Christmas Carol’. It was a lovely interpretation of Charles Dickens’s classic tale of a miserly man called Ebeneezer Scrooge who refuses to celebrate the joys of Christmas and life in general. During the the show Scrooge’s past, present and future were revealed to him in sad, humourous and frightening ways that kept the audience captivated and entertained. Thank you to the Bangkok Community Theatre for staging this and for being so accommodating with booking their productions.

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