Earlier this year, MusoMagic partnered with Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre and Joint Councils Access for All Abilities (JCAAA) to deliver Red Magic – a drama and music program for young people aged 13 to 17 years with a disability. The sensational results were celebrated on Monday, 27th of June, at a special screening held at the historic Astor Theatre in St. Kilda.
The program involved the participants writing an original song, filming a music video and taking part in a documentary capturing the process. Spanning over two terms, the Red Magic program culminated with the screening attended by family, friends, JCAAA, Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre, MusoMagic, City of Port Phillip and a special appearance by the Mayor of the City of Port Phillip, Rachel Powning. The participants were thrilled to be treated like the superstars they are, riding in a stretch limousine and striding the red carpet to the flashing of cameras and cheers of their fans. They performed their song for the 100-strong audience and celebrated their wonderful achievements with their fans after the show, posing for photographs and signing autographs.
MusoMagic has been honoured to work with such a terrific group of young people, and we deeply appreciate the opportunity to partner with such outstanding organisations such as Red Stitch, JCAAA and the City of Port Phillip.