Mandurah Baptist College student represents Peel at Performing Arts Perspectives


Lexie Sleet.
Lexie Sleet.

MANDURAH Baptist College student Lexie Sleet represented the Peel region at the Performing Arts Perspectives at the Perth Concert Hall.

The Performing Arts Perspectives is a showcase of the top students of drama, dance and music.

It is a showcase that inspires, engages and entertains Year 11 and 12 students, hoping that one day they might be lucky and talented enough to be asked to perform at Perspectives.

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It is an honour to perform at Perspectives, with top students of the state of each practical examination being invited to audition their performance to be showcased in the performance.

The Perspectives is a popular Arts event for senior students and is sold out every year.

Lexie performed her scripted monologue from the Australian play Wolf Lullaby.

It is an intense performance examining the human condition.

Lexie is hoping to continue her passions of acting and directing in studies in Australia or the UK.