Cromwell students thrill family and friends with Camp Rock theatre production
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Weeks of rehearsals culminated in a thrilling performance of Disney musical Camp Rock by students at Cromwell Community College, Chatteris.
More than 25 youngsters thrilled parents and friends by performing the show across four nights.
Kyle Noble played the lead male role of Shane Gray, while Jessica Davis played the lead female role of Mitchie Torres. James Asher was Camp Rock owner Brown Cessario with George Savage playing the role of Camp Star owner Alex Turner.
Angela King, the school’s head of performance and Camp Rock director, was delighted with the standard of the performance.
She said: “This is my first year at the school and I have really enjoyed working with a fantastic group of students. I am very impressed by them all.
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“We had a large and enthusiastic audience each night and lots of friends and family of the cast had a brilliant time.
“There are many students who have been inspired – we had some tears from students who didn’t audition for the show, but wish they had! They are already asking which musical we will do next year so they can get involved.”
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Among the audience was parent Susan Hickford, whose daughter performed in the show.
In an e-mail to the school, she said: “I know how hard they have rehearsed and the time and effort that has gone into the production.
“I think that the teachers and pupils that have been involved did an amazing job, it was a superb performance and they all did so well.
“Was a real credit to the college.”