Fusion is an exciting festival that brings the Arts together at Redlands College. Each year in August, we showcase a fantastic program of theatre, music, dance, visual art and film from students who are passionate about the Arts inside and outside the classroom. Fusion is a celebration of all things creative, along with food trucks, live bands and dynamic exhibitions where guests can support our talented students and be inspired as they shine a spotlight on the College's thriving artistic culture.
Musicals and Plays
Redlands College produces College musicals and plays alternately. Participation in these performances is open to various age groups (dependent upon the show chosen), giving opportunity for all students to be involved. These activities provide students with a unique opportunity to experience the performing arts as well as learning new skills to build self-confidence.
Previous musicals include:
|2007 West Side Story|
|2009 Les Miserables|
|2014 Beauty and the Beast|
|2015 The Secret Garden|
|2017 The Sound of Music|
|2019 My Fair Lady|
Previous plays include:
|2012 The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe|
|2014 Alice in Wonderland|
|2014 A Midsummer Twelfth Night's MacHamming of the Shrewlet About Nothing Mucheo (Pyrymus and Thisbe Rules, Okay)|
|2016 The Wind in the Willows|
|2018 A Midsummer Night's Dream|
|2020 Wendy and Peter|
Redlands Colleges’ dynamic music, dance and drama programs resulted in “The Secret Garden” winning Best Actress, Best Production and Best Director in a School/Youth Musical and the Golden Palm Award in the 2015 Gold Coast Area Theatre Awards. Being nominated for these awards is an achievement in itself, as only three theatres were nominated per category. We received nominations in a total of nine categories: Best Costumes, Best Set Design, Best Male Actor, Best Supporting Male Actor, Best Female Actor, Best Supporting Female Actor, Best Production, Best Musical Director and Best Director in a school production.
For the last two years running, Redlands College have had state winners in the Queensland Youth Shakespeare Festival, as well as students in the final performance at the Brisbane Powerhouse Theatre and Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts.
2015 Redlands College Graduates are studying at NIDA, QUT & Griffith University majoring in musical theatre, fine arts, film, entertainment & creative industries. 2014 Redlands College graduates have attended WAAPA, VCA, ADPI and JMC.
Redlands College provides exceptional performing arts facilities for students with seven music studios, including a recording studio containing industry software, two drama theatres, a dance studio, as well as media editing suites.