Rehearsals are underway for this year’s online production, The Show Must Go Online! Watch as cast members discuss their excitement to be involved in this unusual musical.
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Each year, the Year 11 and 12 Drama Production showcases the range of talents developed by our senior Drama students during their time at high school, and this year is no different.

Join the cast and crew as they transport you back 30 years to Romania in their production of Mad Forest, a commentary on the fall of Ceausescu’s Communist regime. The play intertwines the narratives of two families and their experiences of life in Communist Romania. Tickets are available now:

Please note: this performance contains mature content which may be unsuitable for young viewers.

St Stephen’s School Dance Company

St Stephen’s School Dance Company auditions took place last week on the Duncraig campus. We are excited to announce the company for 2020: Isabella Beech, Casey Vlahos, Isabella Boening, Olivia Dunn, Maisie Jamieson, Rachel Stidwell, Heidi Clarke, Hayley Davis and Alyssa Hardingham. The Company includes dancers from Duncraig and Carramar campuses for the first time since its inauguration last year. The group will be coached by Miss Tayla Nicholls. We look forward to their performances later in the year.


Duncraig Secondary’s 2019 MaDD night has had an update to its title with the introduction of Dance! Join us on Tuesday 19 November at 7pm to see a showcase of Year 10 and 11 solo Music performances, Year 10 student-devised Drama performances and show-stopping routines performed by the St Stephen’s School Dance Company.


What a wonderful few weeks we’ve had watching Carramar and Duncraig Primary’s performances of the Wizard of Oz. Congratulations to everyone who helped bring the magical production to life and thank you to all those who joined the audience to support our students!


Our audiences were thrilled by Duncraig Primary’s three performances of the Wizard of Oz last week! Have a listen to their rave reviews after opening night. You haven’t missed your opportunity to see the show – there are limited seats left for Carramar Primary’s performances this week:


Rachel Phillips (Year 8) is currently performing in APAN Entertainment’s production of The Wizard of Oz at the Regal Theatre! Having grown up with a passion for performing, Rachel is singing, dancing and acting as a munchkin in the production. All the best Rachel!

“I’m super excited, not really nervous because this is what I do, this is what I love,” Rachel said.


Follow the yellow brick road to St Stephen’s School’s young performers edition of The Wizard of Oz this September, with more than 200 Primary cast members from both campuses bring the story to life on stage. Tickets on sale at 8am today!