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Sharp Short Theatre 2019 Finalists

Congratulations to the finalists!

We are pleased to announce the finalists for Sharp Short Theatre 2019!

Congratulations to the following entries:

– The Hills Grammar School: “A Date with Reality”
– Oxley College: “15 Minutes” (pictured)
– The Hennessy Speech and Drama Studio: “A Star is Born?”
– Edmund Rice College: “Branches with the Same Base”
– The McDonald College: “Unlikely”
– Hunter School of the Performing Arts: “Cemetary for Trees”
– Hunter School of the Performing Arts: “woMAN”
– The Hills Drama School: “Monster in the Closet”
– Sydney Talent School: “B.A.R.G”

The Mentor’s Choice award winner is…
Katoomba High School – Official: “Happiness is just a Price Tag Away”

The Mentor’s choice winners will perform at the final during judges deliberations.

It was our pleasure to once again host this wonderful competition. Each year we are blown away by the sheer creativity of the entrants and this year is no different. We are proud of each and every participant and are delighted that this represents the future of Theatre in Australia!

Grab a ticket and come and see these finalists in action next Friday, 14 June at Riverside!


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