Performing Arts News


Audition for Senior Drama Production in 2020


In Term 1, 2020, selected students will perform Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose, as the Senior Drama Production. Auditions will be held in Week 9 for any current Year 10 & 11 student who would like to be involved. There is also an opportunity to be part of the creative team, for those who would like to take on roles in lighting, sound, set, costume and promotions. If you are unable to attend an audition following the conclusion of school in Week 8, please see Mr Jonkov to schedule an alternative time. More information to be released soon…stay tuned!

Calling All Lighting Enthusiasts


We are looking for students who are interested in learning how to plan and run lighting at the College for some of our school events and co-curricular activities. This is a great way to get involved in the arts without being ON the stage, get some hands on experience for future work or get your community service hours up while doing something fun with a great team.


If this sounds like you, or you would like more information, please pop into the PAC or email Miss Parkinson:

Upcoming Productions with Mazenod Students

It is with great pleasure that we congratulate the wonderful Arts students on their upcoming productions outside of Mazenod College. They are currently balancing their studies, College co-curricular commitments and busy rehearsal schedules as they prepare to take to the stage. Please get along to support these boys or chat to them about what they are working on when you see them around the College.


Garrick Theatre- Puss in Boots

1: Owain Bundock (Arts student/ 2020 Captain of Arts)

Role: Jasper



Kalamunda Amateur Drama Society- Little Red Riding Hood

1: Beau van der Beeke

Role: Splinter


2: Rory Bundock

Role: Punch

Audition Notices

WAYTCO- Fringe Festival


Fringe World 2020


Laughing Horse Productions- Jekyll and Hyde



Auditions will be held at Don Russell Theatre on the 7 December 2019 as follows:


1) Male leads (including supporting leads): 10:00am – 12:00pm

2) Female leads (including supporting leads): 12:00 – 2:00pm

3) Ensemble: 2:00 – 4:00pm

PLEASE NOTE: You may be asked to stay back for other sections if required.


READ ALL FOLLOWING INFORMATION so not to miss anything critical.

ALL auditionees will need to prepare 2 songs of their choosing. Please choose wisely in order to show off your vocal range, as well as characterisation for the role you will be auditioning for. Please choose 2 songs that are opposite in style and/ or tempo (for example, a ballad and a character song). They may be from the musical Jekyll & Hyde if you wish, but this is not expected.


SOME auditionees will be required to do a ‘movement’ audition. There is no dancing in this musical, however some ‘movement’ is required for particular roles. This section cannot be prepared and will be taught on the day. Please wear suitable clothing/ shoes for auditions just in case.


Auditionees for the role/s DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE will also need to prepare the extra song: ‘Confrontation’ from Jekyll and Hyde the Musical (backing tracks will be provided for auditions and attached to audition pack for practice) Please note: This part can be played by

either one person or two. The preference of the director would be to find one person to play both characters. However, this is completely dependent on what is shown at auditions and can be up for interpretation. The difference between Jekyll and Hyde’s vocal tone and posture must be evident and shown during this song. Please find character list below and then fill out the following audition form and bring with you on the day of auditions. Please note that the ‘stage age’ is how old/ young you can look on stage, and does not necessarily refer to your actual age.


To book an audition, or, if you have any questions, please email the Director, Zoe Jay at .

Audition pack also available from


Beth Parkinson

Head of Visual and Performing Arts