Milestone performance for Fusion theatre team
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The latest production by Fusion Musical Theatre was warmly received by a packed audience at St John’s Lecture Hall in Loddon.
Dancing In The Street was Fusion’s 30th production and the hall was suitably decked out to celebrate this monumental achievement with the mayor of Bungay in the VIP seat.
The play tackled hard hitting subjects including sibling rivalry and jealousy between an annoying older sister and her younger brother who is full of self doubt and slowly going off the rails at school. The modern production gave the young cast aged from five up to 14 an opportunity to demonstrate the singing, dancing and acting skills learned during rehearsals.
The music was delivered in true Fusion style with choreographed street dance moves delivered with passion and gusto. Confident young soloists held the audience’s attention with a mix of rap and ballad numbers.
The charity performance raised even more money for the Bulgarian Orphans Fund, taking Fusion’s contribution through the £3,000 mark, which will go a long way to helping those less fortunate children.
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Construction of a new original musical for the summer term is well under way, with rehearsals starting again on Thursdays from 4.30pm to 6pm in the Quaker Meeting Room in Beccles.
For information about joining next term, or to support children via the Fusion Sponsorship Scheme visit www.fusionmusicaltheatre.co.uk
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