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Young actors take spotlight

THE Wonthaggi Theatrical Group is holding its beneficial WTGlee Young Actors Studio soon.

School students from years 5 to12 are urged to get involved to learn how to express themselves, be creative and learn useful life skills.

The program explores the roles involved in producing live performances to allow the expression of new ideas.

This five week program will be run by graduates Rory Godbold and Sam Duncan of the Bachelor of Dramatic Arts at the Victorian College of Arts.

They are passionate and willing to share their luminous skills with the youth.

This year’s WTGlee program will focus on the acting side of the arts, applying improvisation, elements of physical realisation, vocal techniques, fundamental movements and spatial relationships to create a short live performance for their family and friends.

In the past there has been programs run on opposed aspects of the arts. These have all been successful in teaching young students an abounding number of skills.

This series is proudly funded by the Bass Coast Shire Council making this event free to all participates.

It will be held at the Wonthaggi Theatrical Group building, State Coal Mine, Wonthaggi, every Sunday from the July 24 through to August 21.

Years 5 to 8 times are 10am till 12pm, and Year 9 onwards 1pm til 3pm.

All students are advised to seize this fantastic opportunity.

For further contact and booking contact alex.jackson@itcleaning.com.au.

Rising stars: from left, Shontelle O’Connor, Bella Kent and Willamina Donohue took part in Evita, staged by Wonthaggi Theatrical Group this year. The group is holding a young actors studio.

Rising stars: from left, Shontelle O’Connor, Bella Kent and Willamina Donohue took part in Evita, staged by Wonthaggi Theatrical Group this year. The group is holding a young actors studio.

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