Saturday, October 26, 2013

More Wheel of Fortunes

So many photos of the Wheel of Fortunes performance and celebration have been flooding was hard to choose which ones to upload; and impossible not to smile when going through them.

It was just a fantastic experience all round.
Congratulations our amazing choreographer Aimee Smith who has just received a 2013 Realise Your Dream Award through the British Council Australia. The award includes an individual professional development program based in the UK, return flights and $5000.
More information about Aimee and the Award can be found at

Enjoy the photos....and be sure to scroll through to read some audience and performer comments at the end.

Please convey to every single person who was involved my personal congratulations for this achievement.   The concept was very innovative and the execution of the whole event was nothing short of inspired.
Please make special mention to all the ladies in the kitchen who produced a first class "country-style" meal, hot, plentiful and very tasty and the beautiful selection of sweets so varied and yummy !!
Also once more thank you for covering the cost of the bus for us, through your grant.
Sally, Esperance.
So happy your writing was performed in the piece - it was a fitting, uplifting and moving finale. You all did so incredibly well, and I was so happy watching you all and seeing and hearing the stories come to life as I knew they would. And then hearing afterwards how touched the audience members were, and how many of them recognised themselves in the stories that were shared.
It was an honour to be a part of the whole process.
Nicola, Denmark.
A quick note to thank you so very much for giving us the chance to participate in the WOF project.
We have had a marvellous time, writing, dancing, laughing and enjoying the camaraderie that goes with such a production.
 Thank you! We will miss it!
Dorothy, Munglinup
I just wanted to say thank you very much for such a moving experience. I loved hearing our story, but the entire night was spectacular. The dancing and the words together worked so amazingly well. And the projector was so great!

... you did a brilliant job last night. Thanks so very much for making last night such a lovely community event.
Leonie, Jerdacuttup

I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed it last night. You all did an amazing job. Everything including the music, food, stories, performances and the way the wheat bin had been set up was absolutely brilliant and it was great to see so many people including the kids involved in it all!

I am so happy that I attended
Rachael, Hopetoun.

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