Year 12 Performing Arts students have been studying classical theatre through the lens of Medea and Othello. After practically exploring performance style through both plays, students created improvisations in response to the stimulus question: How do we become who we are? Their anchor character was a 17 year old girl and their narrative development explored fractured time and space. The binary oppositions of reality vs fantasy set the stage for this young woman to discover her father in this space of virtual reality. Kacey Thurbon, Year 13 MUTC Production student who is soon to progress to a degree course at RADA, composed and delivered the lighting for
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Everyone at @MulberryTH is so excited for its first ever Winter Celebration Concert on Tuesday 13th December 2022, 4.30-5.30pm. We're rehearsing hard!
Thank you to all 17 schools who attended the Global Classrooms MUN conference here @MulberryTH. Your Delegates brought energy and precision to the two days of debate and resolutions passed were a resounding success! We hope to see you all in July.3
@sandyomeally1 @MulberryTH @QMUL @Place2Be @KPMG @TfL @GoldsmithsUoL It's always an honour to support @MulberryTH and we look forward to providing more opportunities to young people in the future 🙌
On Tuesday @MulberryTH met with a range of organisations, universities & other education providers such as @QMUL @Place2Be @KPMG @TfL @GoldsmithsUoL & many more. Year 7-12 had the opportunity to find out more about Post-16 options and Post-18 options. #AspirationInspiration3
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