Inaburra has built an excellent reputation for the quality of its musicals, creative arts, drama, media production and dance performance.
School Musical Productions
One of the highlights of the school calendar is the school musical production. Senior and Junior Schools alternate the productions from year to year. In 2019 Junior School students performed Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. The previous year the Senior School students performed Beauty and the Beast. These shows are staged in our Performing Arts Centre and provide a unique way to bring together a range of talents, year groups and faculties as it involves students in media production, visual arts, back-stage management, music performance, lighting and set construction.
Creative Arts Showcases
Year 12 works are presented annually to the public at the Creative Arts Showcase events. Parents, friends, students and interested members of the public are welcome to view the outstanding works completed by our Senior School students. The displays include the following:
- Visual Arts Bodies of Work
- Technology and Design Major Works
- Media Film Major Works
- Drama Performances and Projects
- Extension English and History Major Works
- Musical Performance and Composition Major Works.
Inaburra regularly has HSC major works in visual art, design and technology selected for display, and music and drama work selected for performance. The nights are a good opportunity to view the talent and hard work of students.
Inaburra School has a thriving media program and its state-of-the-art facilities enable students to create high quality productions. Major events are filmed and edited and large-scale events such as Presentation Night and the Open Day/Fete are full productions, featuring live television feeds. The aim is to develop students into visually literate film makers. Senior School students enter their work in the Robin Andersen Film Awards.
Drama and Dance
Drama classes regularly perform for the wider school community. Each elective class presents performances for parents and friends each term. They also perform for parent and student audiences, creating productions related to school issues. Theatre visits are an integral part of the program.
Elective Dance was introduced as a subject to the school in 2013. The dance students are provided with a wide range of performance opportunities within the school community. The dance classes have performed at the school’s Open Day/Fete, Mission Week, Music Night and Presentation Night.