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Edgecliff Players

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About Edgecliff Players

This is the Drama departments performance branch of Sydney Grammar School Edgecliff Preparatory School. Here we perform our 'major production' in the last week of Term Two (In June). Past shows have included: The Wind in the Willows, The Just So Stories, Trolls, Oliver!, Sweeney Todd, Midnite, The Lion the WItch and the Wardrobe, No Worries, The Mikado, Animal Farm, The Adventures of Rikki Tikki Tavi, The Trial of Goldilocks and most recently Robin Hood.

The programme has been around for more than 20 years having hundreds of young actors perform in the R W Billing hall.

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