Our school performing arts group ‘G-Force’ is a passionate group of students who enjoy drama and performing arts. Each year our school performing arts group present a number of performances to our local community including their popular Easter production. Students get involved in all areas of each production from acting, singing, dancing to stage managing, script writing, sound and lighting. These students love to entertain and promise to deliver brilliant performances that have significant and relevant themes that leave the audience challenged and inspired.

Camp Castaway the musical

Our talented and highly motivated G-Force students put on a fantastic performance for their parents and friends in our ‘Little Globe’ theatre recently. It was full of life and colour and showcased our Secondary students’ dramatic and musical talents to thoroughly entertain the audience. There were tender, mindful moments around the campfire, meditating on the awesomeness of God’s creation, a few challenges about the characters’ relationships with Him as well as some great moments of competitiveness as the students strutted their stuff to the sounds of ABBA, The Greatest Showman and Aladdin. It ended with a powerful expression of joy as the students danced to The Best Thing Ever! And for them it probably was!
Congratulations to all involved, and especially the students who helped with media, lighting, choreography and script-writing. You certainly did yourselves proud. Finally, thanks to our Great God, who inspired our team in their performance.

School Performing Arts at Freshwater Christian College

We are passionate about performing arts at our College with many opportunities to develop and explore their giftings. Our G-Force Group drama ministry group performs regularly throughout the year including a popular Easter performance. For more information hear from Mrs Beverley Brett on our youtube channel.

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