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  • 12/01/21

    BOA FILM FEST - 2020

    2020 - BOA Film Fest -  Broadcast and CDMP presents an industry focused dive into film and tv content produced by this years cohorts including short films, music videos, advertisements, and live TV. Interviews and behind the scenes packages gave an inside look into the collaborative work done...
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  • 12/01/21

    PINOCCHIO

    Pinocchio- winter show at the Old Rep Theatre which ran throughout all December in 2016.  "There are lots of comedic and musical moments in this fun and easy going tale, Daisy Ann Fletcher almost steals the show in her disguises as the fairy but the other actors give her...
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  • 12/01/21

    BOA LATE NIGHT DIGITAL - 2019

    2019 - Late Night Digital - Digital Arts presents a live television variety show including presentation, interviews, live music performances, game show rounds and audience at home interaction.
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  • 12/01/21

    BOA GOES TO HOLLYWOOD - 2019

    BOA Goes to Hollywood - Broadcast presents a Children in Need musical contest. BOA Heads of House perform a series of Hollywood inspired numbers along with musicians from the Music pathway and dancers from the Dance pathway. Whilst Mr Underwood was crowned winner with his performance as Freddy...
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  • 12/01/21

    ALICE IN WONDERLAND

    Alice in Wonderland - winter show at the Old Rep Theatre which ran throughout all December in 2017.  "This is a particularly good version of a great story and I really did love it. The songs are upbeat and jolly. The characters are fantastically entertaining and with laughs aplenty...
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  • 10/01/21

    I LOVE YOU MUM, I PROMISE I WON'T DIE

    Year 11 BTEC Acting presented this fascinating play by Mark Wheeller, in a production designed by our Technical Theatre Arts pathway. As with much of Wheeller’s work, this production is made even more impactful because of the verbatim text used as a basis for character dialogue. The plot focus...
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  • 10/01/21

    SEVEN ACTS OF MERCY

    Year 11 BTEC Acting presented this fascinating play by Anders Lustgarden, in a production designed by our Technical Theatre Arts pathway. The action focuses on two time periods and settings; firstly, 1606 Naples, where Caravaggio is working on the titular painting and, secondly, present day Merseysi...
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  • 10/01/21

    PICK 'N MIX - YEAR 11 Music Show Case

    The Year 11 BTEC Music students created this showcase to highlight the diversity of musical tastes and influences across the course. The event was staged at BOA Theatre with the assistance of the Technical Theatre Arts pathway. As the title of the event suggests, the evening was packed full of an ec...
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  • 10/01/21

    THE 25th ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE

    Year 13 Musical Theatre performance staged at BOA theatre in December 2019. The production was designed by our Technical Theatre Arts pathway. ‘The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’ was performed as one half of our very first Musical Theatre ‘Double Bill’. The show foll...
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  • 10/01/21

    LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

    Year 13 Musical Theatre performance staged at BOA theatre in December 2020. The production was designed by Stewart J Charlesworth, along with our Technical Theatre Arts pathway. ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ is a hilariously camp musical that draws inspirations from 1950’s Science-Ficti...
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  • 10/01/21

    LITTLE WOMEN

    Year 13 Musical Theatre performance staged at BOA theatre in December 2020. The production was designed by Stewart J Charlesworth, along with our Technical Theatre Arts pathway. ‘Little Women’ was performed as one half of our Musical Theatre ‘Double Bill’. The musical is base...
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  • 16/09/20

    THE DROWSY CHAPERONE

    Year 13 Musical Theatre performance staged at BOA Theatre in December 2019. The production was designed, costumed and stage-managed by students from the Technical Theatre Arts pathway. The Drowsy Chaperone was performed as part of the first ever BOA Musical Theatre ‘Double Bill’, alon...
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