WELLINGTON Point State High School students have stepped into the dark side during a packed out show in the school's Osprey Theatre.
Seven Deadly Sins - a variety spectacular performed and produced by more than 60 students from the school's arts program, Encore - was staged in front of a large and enthusiastic audience on June 12.
It featured the school's dancers, vocalists, artists and drama students who explored themes of envy, gluttony, greed, lust, pride, sloth and wrath.
Spanning eras of cultural history, from Greek mythology to social media, the show had elements of both comedy and tragedy.
Earlier in June, the show had been performed to students from Wellington Point State School.
"Our students loved the show and it was a great way to give them an idea of what they would get to do at (the) school," a Wellington Point State School teacher said.
A Wellington Point State High School spokesperson said students had found working with other disciplines in the context of a variety show to be challenging but rewarding.
Visual art students, who produced three-dimensional masks, learned how to enhance their displays with smoke and lighting effects.
In terms three and four, Encore students will prepare another show to present at the end of the year.