On May 12 Rose Marie Academy held its first production at its new site titled Variety Program which showcased the talents of its primary and secondary school students. The event was attended by parents, staff, and visitors who were all excited to see what the students had in store.
The program began with a performance that told the story of a group of bored children who discover the excitement of joining a musical show at the Academy. They sang a couple of fun songs called The Animal Alphabet and Count on Me as part of their performance. The show encouraged the students to embrace their creativity and enjoy the wonders of music and theater. It inspired young minds to turn boredom into thrilling adventures with the power of imagination and music.
The program continued with solo performances which included instrumental pieces played on the ukulele, piano, and classical guitar. An enthralling K-pop solo dance nearly stole the show. These performances demonstrated the students’ enthusiasm for their craft.
Following the solo performances, the program continued with choral singing from the junior high school class titled Talking to the Moon and a song from the senior high school band called One Call Away. These performances showcased the students’ teamwork and coordination as well as their ability to work together to create something truly admirable.
The Variety Program was an excellent opportunity for the students to develop their confidence and stage presence. They courageously rose to the occasion and did a fine job of entertaining the audience. This could well be the start of a string of successes.