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Schoolgirl to play Jesus

PUBLISHED: 16:11 10 February 2010 | UPDATED: 17:21 16 August 2010

GRAMMAR school girls are staging one of their most ambitious projects to date as an all-female cast grapple with Jesus Christ Superstar.

GRAMMAR school girls are staging one of their most ambitious projects to date as an all-female cast grapple with Jesus Christ Superstar.

The performance by Townley Grammar School students opened on Tuesday and closes tomorrow.

The production includes a chorus of 30 and a full rock band as well as a dramatic set, with year-11 student Lydia Breden-Thorpe taking the leading role.

She said: "Playing the part of Jesus requires me to combine my acting and singing talents. It's very much a team production."

Director of music at the school, Marcus Suranyi, had the task of organising the rock orchestra and choir in the much-loved version of the Passion of Christ by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice.


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