16 October 2017

Drama Department

Tickets are now on sale for this year's Senior School Production of 'White Flag Albert'. The cast, made up of boys in Year 11 and 12, have been rehearsing since the middle of Summer Term and are looking forward to bringing their show before an audience.

'White Flag Albert' follows the story of Albert, a shopkeeper down on his luck, stuck in the nowhere Australian town of Coleridge. We learn that Albert once wronged a young woman, Charlotte, who decides to seek closure for what she believes was the start of her emotional undoing. On return to her now derelict childhood home, she presents the townspeople with a seemingly unimaginable proposition: kill Albert in exchange for one billion pounds. As the story unfolds the town begins a period of restoration - is Albert becoming paranoid or will the mob agree to send him to his grave?

The season opens on Wednesday 11 June at 7.00pm in the Scotch College Dickinson Centre. Shows continue on Thursday 12, Friday 13 and Saturday 14 June at 7.00pm. There is an additional matinee performance on Saturday 14 June at 2.00pm.

Tickets are $17.50/$22.50 and are available for purchase by clicking on the 'book a Scotch College event' icon at: www.scotch.wa.edu.au.

Any ticketing enquiries please contact Debbie Lee: dlee@scotch.wa.edu.au.

Kathryn Shaw

Head of Drama