On Friday the 1st of June, the Playford International College dance students will be present their “Semester One Dance night”. PIC currently has two dance classes. The Dance academy class (Yr 8,9 and 10 students) and the Senior class (Yr 10, 11 and 12 students). Both classes will perform their class dances as well as group compositions.
The evening serves several purposes. Students are assessed on their ability to perform for an audience as well as exposes students to various aspects of the theatre and production. The students are also assessed for their compositions. The PBL type task required students to select their own group, genre, music and movement. With some teacher support, the groups have worked well to put together their pieces of varying length. The last purpose is for the students to showcase their hard work to their friends, family and school community.
The senior class aims to put together dance pieces of varying genres in preparation for their Yr 12 Moderation held at the Shedley Theatre on September 21st. The class will present their funk and hiphop class dances. The four yr 12 girls will perform their contemporary piece, “I fall apart”.
Tickets are available for the event at the uniform shop during week 5. Adults $4 and Student/concession $3. Children under school age are free. Tickets will be available at the door (limited change) until sold out.
The students have been working well and look forward to showcasing their work.