Acting students’ show is top class
Acting students at South Essex College showcased their talents in their end of year show.
The Level 2 Performing Arts (Acting) students, who study at the college’s Southend Campus, performed ‘Class’, a production written by Lajaune Lincoln and Ben Bailey Smith, better known as Doc Brown.
‘Class’ is set at the time of a school election and while most of the school is busy enjoying the lunchbreak, a deadlock is taking place amongst the members of the school council where bitter rivalries, secret alliances and false promises are laid bare.
The show was supported by students studying on the Performing and Production Arts (Live Events and Theatre Production) course, who helped bring the show to life with sounds, lighting, and other special effects.
Level 2 Performing Arts (Acting) Course Leader, Jay Clinton, said the students excelled themselves.
He said: “The students were really enthusiastic and creatively explored their characters to bring the production to life.
“It was fantastic to see them showcase their talents, both individually and as a group.”
For more information about Performing Arts courses at the college visit www.southessex.ac.uk