Brentwood Park is proud of its ability to deliver a comprehensive curriculum, inclusive of the performing arts. Performing arts occasions are always well received and supported by the community. Through our committed staff, our annual celebration has successively developed in all aspects of production. These can range from instrumental presentations by individual classes at assemblies to full scale productions. When required, sets, costume design and creation has been supported by parent participation workshops.
‘Celebration’ is the showcasing of our performing arts in the middle/senior school and performed at either the Frankston Cultural
Centre or Cardinia Cultural Centre, usually in Term Three.
The production usually operates over two or three evenings.
History of Celebration:
1995 ~ Inaugural ‘Celebration’ (Berwick Church of Christ)
1996 ~ Celebrate ‘You and Me’-Self-esteem Machine (B. C of C)
1997 ~ Bush Dance (Berwick Community Centre)
1998 ~ A Journey Through Time (Berwick Church of Christ)
1999 ~ Let’s Go to the Movies (Frankston – Years Prep-6)
2000 ~ Fads, Phases and Fashions (Frankston – Years 3-6)
2001 ~ This is Australia (Frankston – Years 3-6)
2002 ~ Earth and Beyond (Frankston – Years 3-6)
2003 ~ Touring Australia (Cardinia – Years 3-6)
2004 ~ A Decade of Celebrations (Cardinia – Years 3-6)
2005 ~ The Pied Piper (Cardinia – Years 3-4)
2006 ~ Musical Memories (Frankston – Years 5-6)
2007 ~ Musical Theatre (Cardinia – Years 3-6)
2008 ~ Dare to Dream (Cardinia – Years 3-6)
2009 ~ Global Vision (Cardinia – Years 3-6)
2010 ~ You Can Do It! (Cardinia – Years 3-6)
2011 ~ B.P Music Awards (Cardinia – Years 3-6)
2012 ~ ‘Read It’ (Cardinia – Years 3-6)
2013 ~ BPPS Goes to the Circus (Frankston Arts Centre – Foundation to Year 6)
2014 ~ Cinderella & Rockerfella (Rivergum Performing Arts Centre – Years 2/3-6)
2015 ~ Night At The BPPS Museum (Rivergum Performing Arts Centre – Years 2/3-6)
The showcasing of our performing arts in Year Prep, Year One and Year Two takes form as Year level afternoon concerts in the school Performing Arts Centre.