PERFORMING Arts students took to the stage at South Essex College’s Thurrock Campus to put on a fantastic production for their end of year show.
The Level 2 Performing Arts (Acting) students, part of the College’s Nu.Dynamic Theatre Company, showcased their devising and physical theatre skills with their production ‘Fight or Flight’.
The work focussed on a range of themes such as relationships, social media, family, and gang violence.
The students wanted to use the opportunity to reflect on these important issues and highlight how a single split second decision can have a major and often negative impact on people’s lives.
The performance’s underlying message encouraged people to take a moment to think about the consequences of their actions and whether it be best to confront a situation or walk away, fight or flight.
Jay Clinton, Level 2 Performing Arts (Acting) Course Leader, said he was impressed with the students and praised their hard work throughout the year.
He said: “It has been lovely to see them all grow in confidence, learn new skills and make creative decisions for this devised piece of theatre.”
For more information about Performing Arts courses at the College, visit www.southessex.ac.uk