Stawell's St Patricks Primary School is a hive of activity as the last touches go on for the bi-annual production.
Friday night will see the whole school participate in the show dancing through the decades, a brainchild of teacher Melissa Bonney.
Showcasing music, costumes and dancing through yesteryear, Ms Bonney said the performance would appeal to all ages involved with the school community.
The students will perform two shows, a matinee at lunchtime on Friday and another on Friday evening.
"We've been working on the performance since February and the students are beyond excited to get onto the stage," Ms Bonney said.
"The production builds speaking skills and confidence.
"It gives students who might not be athletically inclined to showcase their talents in a different medium within the school where they wouldn't normally have a platform to do so."
Ms Bonney said she couldn't count the number of hours which has gone into the production.
"I've had a lot of support from parents and the school community," she said.
"It's a wonderful opportunity for the whole community to get together and celebrate the achievement everyone has put in and are so proud of.
"Students were involved with choreography and choosing the music. They've also been part of the prop design and construction."
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