School musical has it all including Gangnam Style
GANGNAM Style, silk dances, circus skills, hula hoops, singers, musicians and actors.
This year's Wollumbin High School's music, art, dance, drama and design (MADDD) production has it all.
"It's going to be a really great show," singer and year 10 student Nina Baumer said.
"It's mostly run by the kids and it's been organised by us."
The talented teen said she would be singing and in the drama show as part of Thursday's production.
She will be performing a duet and although she wouldn't reveal the song choice she did say she had no qualms performing in front of people.
I've been singing before I could speak...I've been training for 11 years - Nina Baumer
Nina was just selected to be a featured artist in this year's School Spectacular, which is held in Sydney in November.
She went though three round of interviews and made it though, she beat out thousands of students from around the country.
"I've been singing since before I could speak," she said.
"I've been training for 11 years."
Nina is classically trained but said she prefers singing contemporary R n' B, blues and soul music.
The School Spectacular is on later this year and will air on the ABC to two-million viewers.
Wollumbin High School PE teacher and one of two organiser of the MADDD production said he was excited to see the kids give it their all.
"They've been practicing six to eight weeks," he said.
"Some do practice out of school.
"We have a lot of talent here and it will be a good night."
Family and friends are invited to the production which will be held Thursday from 6.30pm at the school.