Year 4 Students Roar with Madagascar Musical

The Year 4 students at St Andrew's School recently wowed audiences with their outstanding performance of Madagascar: A Musical Adventure Jr. at the end of Term 2. The show, which ran for two nights, featured two casts of students who brought the beloved characters to life with their confident performing skills.

The Wild and Free and New York casts delivered energetic and engaging performances that had the audience laughing, singing, and dancing along. The success of the show was due in no small part to the hard work and dedication of the students, teachers, and parents who worked on the production. The students spent months rehearsing, and their commitment to the show was evident in every performance. The teachers and parents provided invaluable support, both during rehearsals and on show nights.

The Music Department also deserves a special mention for their outstanding work. The catchy tunes and rhythms added to the energy and excitement of the show, and the students clearly enjoyed performing them. The calibre of confident performers is a resounding reflection on why music and performing arts are such strong aspects of St Andrew’s School.

The success of Madagascar: A Musical Adventure Jr. is a testament to the creativity, teamwork, and determination of everyone involved. The shows were a joy to watch, and it is clear that the students, teachers, and parents are all passionate about musical theatre. We look forward to seeing what the Year 4s and Music Department produce next year.