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SHARP SHORT THEATRE 2019 WINNERS


Congratulations To The Winners!

We are excited to announce the winners of the 2019 Sharp Short Theatre competition!

Congratulations to the prize winners and to all the participants.
We had a fantastic final on Friday night, one of our strongest ever. Well done to each and every student involved, not just in the final but in the heats as well. What a great display of young talent!

– MENTORS CHOICE: Happiness is Just a Price Tag Away – Katoomba High School
– AUDIENCE PICK: A Star Is Born? – Hennessy Speech and Drama School
– BEST SCRIPT- SECONDARY: Jessica Nadar for Cemetery for Trees – Hunter School of the Performing Arts
– BEST SCRIPT- PRIMARY: The Cast of Monster in my Closet – The Hills Drama School
– BEST DIRECTOR- PRIMARY: The Cast of A Star is Born? – Hennessy Speech and Drama School
– BEST DIRECTOR- SECONDARY: Brayden Sim for A Date With Reality – Hills Grammar School
– BEST MALE PERFORMER: Tom Rapp for 15 Minutes – Oxley College
– BEST FEMALE PERFORMER: Lily Dougherty for WoMAN – Hunter School of the Performing Arts
– BEST ENSEMBLE PERFORMANCE: B.A.R.G – Sydney Talent School
– BEST OVERALL PRODUCTION: Cemetery for Trees – Hunter School of the Performing Arts (pictured)

We can’t wait to see what these participants get up to in the future, and want to congratulate every participant once again for their creativity and the art that was created!


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