ASPIRATIONS will come to fruition later this month as the region's young performers get a chance to take centre stage.
Roughly 25 students offered a preview of the upcoming Aspire original production 365 Questions, Issues and Good Deeds at St John's Villas in New Lambton on Wednesday.
A cast of more than 150 young performers from the region's Catholic schools will take part in this year's production, 365 Questions, Issues and Good Deeds.
The show charts the lives of its characters over the space of a year through highs, lows and birthday parties.
365 Questions, Issues and Good Deeds, which begins on July 31 at the Civic Theatre, is sold out for its first several performances.
11am shows on Wednesday July 31, Thursday August 1 and Friday August 2 are already at capacity.
The 7pm shows on August 2 and August 3, as well as Saturday August 3's 11am matinee, remain available
Tickets to the remaining three performances are available through Ticketek.
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