02 Apr 2019

Redfoot Youth Theatre 2019 Season - Face to Face


A company of 10 Redfoot members from Year 10-12 present Face to Face, our first production of the 2019 Season.

David Williamson is one of Australia’s most prolific playwrights, famous for writing about the foibles of others in plays like Don's Party, The Removalists, The Club and Emerald City. His play, Face to Face is the first in the Jack Manning Trilogy.

After being justifiably sacked from Baldoni Construction, Wayne angrily rams his car into his boss Glen’s Mercedes Benz.

Jack Manning is brought in to mediate for Glen and his company, but the events seem pretty straight forward, so what is there to mediate?

As Williamson knows, appearances are deceptive and there are complexities to be teased out before blame and/or responsibility can fairly be apportioned among, and accepted by, the players.

Performances take place in Hale School’s beautiful Forrest Library, creating a realistic atmosphere for both actors and audience members alike. This will be immersive theatre at its best with a story full of intrigue and where nothing is as simple as it seems.

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22 Mar 2019

Hale St Mary's Concerto Night

The 2019 Concerto Night promises to be a night of excellent music.

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08 Apr 2019

YR 12 ATAR Drama - Scripted Monologues


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09 May 2019

Redfoot Youth Theatre 2019 Season - My Fair Lady


Our cast of over 80 Redfoot Youth Theatre members from Year 7 to Year 12 are excited to present Lerner and Loewe’s classic musical My Fair Lady

Challenged by Colonel Pickering, phonetics professor Henry Higgins is sure of his abilities to transform a Cockney working-class girl into someone who can pass for a lady of high society.  A flower-seller in the gritty streets of London agrees to be the subject of Higgins’ experiment.  Together with Alfie Doolittle, Freddie Eynsford-Hill, Zoltan Karparthy and many more brilliant characters, the story of Eliza’s experience is witty, distinctive and entertaining.  In the end, with Eliza’s strong will and Higgins’ arrogance, who will be the one transformed?

Winner of a Tony Award for “Best Musical” with catchy songs like With a Little Bit of Luck, Wouldn’t it Be Loverly, The Rain in Spain and Get Me to the Church on Time, this is a show you won’t want to miss! Gaaaarn!

PLEASE NOTE:  Doors open 30 minutes before each performance. Latecomers will not be permitted into the auditorium until a suitable break in the performance (lockout period applies).  

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09 May 2019

Philosopher in Residence

Does Australia have a Right to Exclude Migrants? “Each year Hale School invites a professional philosopher to spend a week speaking to students, staff, parents and the broader community.

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19 May 2019

2019 Garland Music Festival

The 2019 Garland Music Festival is nearly upon us, and if you are a music lover, there is definitely something for everyone!

We will have all rooms in the Music and Drama Centre open all day with sections of various instruments and age groups! The whole centre will be abuzz with people and music and fun. 
The running schedule and entry form can be found by clicking here
The Final Concert beginning at 3pm is unique in the fact that we have boys aging from Year 2 right through to Year 12 on stage showcasing all instruments!
We look forward to seeing you on Sunday 19 May.

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11 Jun 2019

YR 11 ATAR Drama - Scripted Monologues


Come along to support our 
Year 11 ATAR Drama students as they perform their Scripted Monologues. These monologues are part of their Drama practical exam and have been personally selected by the boys. Expect a varied selection of fantastic pieces presented by our talented students.
Performances will be held in the Stow Studio, no bookings required.

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28 Jun 2019

Redfoot Youth Theatre 2019 Season - Stories From Suburban Road


Featuring over 20 Redfoot Youth Theatre members from Year 7 to Year 9 and based on Tom Hungerford's autobiography, Stories from Suburban Road vividly portrays the pleasure and pain of growing up in South Perth between the two world wars through a unique collection of episodes that are based on the author's own childhood and adolescence in semi-rural suburbia in Western Australia. Bird-nesting and the school day, crabbing and swimming in the Swan River, Chinese market gardens and the bush, South Perth Zoo and the old corner store are all brought to life through the eyes of a boy growing up in the 1920’s and 30’s.

I thought she was the most beautiful thing I’d ever seen. Every rich amber feather was flecked at the end with chocolaty brown. Her shining russet hood covered her neck as far as her shoulders. Beautiful bantam hen! The most beautiful thing I’d ever seen.                                                                                                     

TIME: 7.00pm (Friday and Saturday), 5.00pm (Sunday)
(Doors Open 30 minutes prior. This show runs for approx. 60 mins without interval)

PLEASE NOTE: Doors open 30 minutes before each performance. Latecomers will not be permitted into the theatre until a suitable break in the performance (lockout period applies).


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