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A number of local faces will appear
on stage in this year’s Riverland Musical
Society production of Oklahoma.
Auditions for the 2015
show were held recently,
with Mick Kelly securing
the lead role of cowboy
The musical is set in
Indian territory at the turn
of the century “when cattle-
men and farmers were fight-
ing over fences and water
In the middle of that
controversy are two more
rivalries – one between
Curly (Mick Kelly) and
hired hand Jud (Mac
Grummett) both in love with
Laurey (Amanda Kudra) and
the love triangle of cowboy
Will Parker (Gary Halupka)
who has just returned from
Kansas City and is in love
with Ado Annie (Demi
Nicholson) who herself is
involved with travelling
salesman Ali Hakim (Victor
Brothers Stephen and
Chris Jericho, along with Mark Gover and Tyson
Perry, will take to the stage as the ranchmen, while
Loxton’s Eleisha Taylor will perform as Gertie
The production is being jointly directed by John
Dawes and Victor Kudra, both of whom will also
undertake onstage roles.
Musical direction will again be provided by Karyn
Skewes, choreography by Rosie Clark, stage man-
agement by Mark Skewes and set design and con-
struction by Ed Cottam.
Oklahoma will be performed at the Bonney
Theatre, in Barmera, in July.
Local faces in
TRADE TALKS: Member for Chaffey Tim
Whetstone met with the Federal Minister for
Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop in Canberra last
week in his role as State Shadow Minister
for Investment and Trade. Mr Whetstone and
Minister Bishop discussed trade and foreign
affairs opportunities for South Australia.
A group of 21 Loxton High
School students put their public
speaking skills to the test this
Students were divided into two senior
and junior heats, starting with a prepared
speech of eight or six minutes covering a
wide range of topics.
The second part of the competition cov-
ered impromptu speeches of three minutes
on topics including ‘love is blind’, ‘you
wouldn’t believe it’ and ‘life’s treasures’.
“Over the last few years it has been
very satisfying to see the growth of our
public speaking program,” said teacher
“Fostered through English classes, most
year 9-11 students begin the year with
an exposition task, based on the current
topics for the SA/NT Rostrum Public
Gold and silver medals were presented to
the winner and runner-up in each division:
year 11 seniors winner Briana Mullins, run-
ner-up Tim Doecke; year 10 seniors winner
Christian Hansen, runner-up Josh Vivian;
junior heat one winner Nicola Badran, run-
ner-up Allysha Hargreaves; junior heat two
winner Shaylee Coombe, and runner-up
Mrs Garrard thanked helpers for their
support of the competition.
“We were very grateful to have the sup-
port of nine community members to act as
adjudicators, eight staff to chair and man-
age the impromptu sections and four year
12 students who performed timekeeping
duties, ably assisted by one young mem-
ber of the Zdanowicz family,” she said.
Focus will now shift to the SA/NT
Rostrum Competition heats, which will be
held in Adelaide during May.
Our students speaking up
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