Year 8 students at Lithgow High School studying drama have been hard at work preparing for their production of the play Blabbermouth, and are set to perform this week.
They’ve been putting in the hours since Term 3 for the play, written by Australian playwright Mary Morris.
Blabbermouth is the story of young girl who can't speak and has to endure the conflicts of starting at a new school.
It’s a story about disability, friendship, fitting in, and how children and adults try to co-exist, and is adapted from a popular Morris Gleitzman novel.
Described as a comedy for the whole family, the budding actors invite anyone to come along and enjoy the show.
Blabbermouth is showing at Lithgow High School on Tuesday, November 29 and Wednesday, November 30 at 6:30pm, and an 11:30am showing on Thursday, December 1.
Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for concessions, paid for at the door.
If you’re free, make your way down this week to support growing talent.