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Dance Showcase at Mullion School

Mullion School’s annual Dance Showcase, called Fresh 2014, produced and directed by Ms Tee J Randall, has just finished playing to a very full and appreciative audience, with nearly 70 children being involved from all year groups.  The event showcased the work of the Year 10 and 11 GCSE Dance students, as well as the Year 9 Dance Leaders group, the Year 7 and 8 Dance group, the Alpha Freefall group and a quartet of 3rd year degree students from Falmouth University.

The Year 11 GCSE Dancers – Leia Barrett-Grainger, Jess Putt, Ellie Humby, Georgia Campbell, Lauren Skewes, Sammi Sugrue and Ellie Roberts brought their highly imaginative choreography to the event, with dances based around the movement of clocks, the daily commute to work, the Charleston, Tectonic plates, Newspapers, the stress of exams, a toy hoop, hypnotism and interlocking Russian dolls (Matryoshka).

The Year 9 Dance Leaders performed a routine called “C’mon..get happy”, based  around a park bench in which the unadulterated happiness of one performer began to gradually permeate through the other performers.  The Alpha Freefall boys dance group performed  a very fast and action packed routine called ‘Pursuit’ and the Lower School Dance group performed an enchanting ensemble piece using chairs to the familiar song, ‘Do Re Mi’.  Four Falmouth university 3rd year degree students performed a dance called ‘Elements’ which they had composed in order to exemplify possible development routes for the future.

Tee J Randall commented: “It was wonderful to see all of the students performing their pieces with such energy and commitment to detail. Many many hours of hard work goes into the creation of the work and the I was delighted that the audience rewarded those efforts so enthusiastically.  Well done to everyone who took part.”

Dance is particularly strong at Mullion School and was one of the foundation blocks for it becoming a Specialist School in the Performing Arts of Dance, Drama and Music.  Last year, Ms Randall had a 100% pass rate at GCSE Dance, a stunning achievement.