The 2016 MEKANIKHA production was the culmination of almost six months of hard work, all leading up to take the audience on a journey of thought-provoking moments with glimpses of hilarity. Across the five performances, the production was seen by almost two thousand people.

The entire community at Endeavour College worked together to produce our biggest show to date, an achievement which has been both exhausting and exhilarating. Our students both on and off stage demonstrated hard work, maturity and professionalism and nothing makes me more fulfilled from an educator and artistic point of view than to see these brave and ambitious students stand up to the challenge and excel beyond their capabilities.

The Art and Music Departments joined us this year to provide more students an opportunity to experience the joys of producing something so spectacular. The results of this cross-curricular collaboration was an opportunity for students to explore new talents and further develop existing passions.

Watch the trailer to get a glimpse of the show and stay tuned for our next major production coming in 2018!

Jamie Richards
Performing Arts Coordinator

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