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Set For Stardom

She may be only 10-years-old but all singing, all dancing Year 5 Mentone Girls’ Grammar student Lucia is already making a name for herself in the world of musical theatre – and also has a feature film credit under her belt.

Making Music

 

Accomplished Year 11 musician, Madison, took to the stage at the Melbourne Recital Centre recently for the world premiere of the alternative percussion performance Atlas of the Sky.

VCE Dance takes to the floor

Trail blazing VCE Dance students have turned up the heat with the help of Kaylah Attard, a professional dancer and choreographer, working with the Unit 1 & 2 Dance class.

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Mentone Girls' Grammar

Join us for an evening with one of the world's best known parent educators right here at Mentone GIrls' Grammar Prudence Lewty Hall.

Covering girls of all ages, this practical, helpful and moving talk by Steve Biddulph will galvanize you to better strengthen your daughter, and help her grow up confident, happy, and free. Steve is one of the world's best known speakers on parenthood, funny, honest, and deeply affecting, and his stories will stay with you forever.

Steve Biddulph has been a psychologist for 30 years and while he is now retired he continues to write and teach. His books, including The Secret of Happy Children, Raising Boys, Raising Girls, and 10 Things Girls Need Most are in four million homes and 31 languages. They have influenced the way we look at childhood.

Steve's live talks have had a remarkable public response, reaching 130,000 people. Many people express surprise at how moving and emotional these talks are, as well as how much fun.

Steve was made a Member of the Order of Australia for his work in young people's mental health. He has two grown up children, and lives in Tasmania with his wife and co-author Shaaron, and assorted wombats.

Join us for a special talk by Steve to our Mentone Girls' Family Community and those who live in our local area.

There will be food and refreshments from 6.30pm in the ROSE Function Room for Mentone Girls' Grammar parents attending the Steve Biddulph session.

Thursday, 26 July at 7.30pm


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Prudence Lewty Hall

The Witches are coming to Mentone Girls' Grammar with a sprinkling of magic, special effects and other state of the art surprise's.

Tickets are now on sale for the playful production - running from Wednesday 8 to Saturday 11 August at the Prudence Lewty Hall, including a Saturday matinee performance.

With a cast and crew of over 100 students The Witches, by Roald Dahl and adapted for stage by David Wood, is a fun-filled glimpse into a fantasy world where witches exist and will be performed in conjunction with St Bede's and St James Colleges.

"Wild and wonderful things are guaranteed in this year's production," promises director Lisa Wright who adds that tips for identifying witches are only just the beginning.

"There's something pretty magical about putting a childhood classic like 'The Witches' on stage.

"We have over 100 students involved from years 7-12. The girls have been working hard both on stage and off to bring this wonderful story for all ages to life.

"Roald Dahl's detailed descriptions and vivid imagination has allowed us so much room to explore and develop wild and wonderful characters including witches, mice, Grandmamma and many more."

The Mentorship Program, part of Mentone Girls' Grammar's exciting learning environment, links industry mentors with student mentees across more than 40 key production and backstage roles including assistant directors, puppetry, magic, costume design, stage management, music composition and set and prop design.

Book now

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Prudence Lewty Hall

The Witches are coming to Mentone Girls' Grammar with a sprinkling of magic, special effects and other state of the art surprise's.

Tickets are now on sale for the playful production - running from Wednesday 8 to Saturday 11 August at the Prudence Lewty Hall, including a Saturday matinee performance.

With a cast and crew of over 100 students The Witches, by Roald Dahl and adapted for stage by David Wood, is a fun-filled glimpse into a fantasy world where witches exist and will be performed in conjunction with St Bede's and St James Colleges.

"Wild and wonderful things are guaranteed in this year's production," promises director Lisa Wright who adds that tips for identifying witches are only just the beginning.

"There's something pretty magical about putting a childhood classic like 'The Witches' on stage.

"We have over 100 students involved from years 7-12. The girls have been working hard both on stage and off to bring this wonderful story for all ages to life.

"Roald Dahl's detailed descriptions and vivid imagination has allowed us so much room to explore and develop wild and wonderful characters including witches, mice, Grandmamma and many more."

The Mentorship Program, part of Mentone Girls' Grammar's exciting learning environment, links industry mentors with student mentees across more than 40 key production and backstage roles including assistant directors, puppetry, magic, costume design, stage management, music composition and set and prop design.

Book now

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