Everyone did amazing, really good. I had lots of fun. The show was based around students real experiences facing oppression, bullying, diversity, and racisim. The "director" for all of this has been a woman named Patti Allan. She was our "artist in residence" for this year. She was great at encouraging us to speak louder and not be shy. I'd say she did a really good job. My class was in a scene called Sports Day, about a girl named Jasmine who gets bullied because she is really small. Me and 4 other kids from my class danced in a piece called "Emma's Journal". It's about a girl who experiances racisim from her best friend. I was also in the finale dance, the one with the song Firework. The show was really good and I can tell that the conversations at recess will be a lot different from now on. I wish everyone in the world could have seen this, because it really does make people think before they speak. And now.............THE PICTURES!!!!
This a girl in my class playing her harp during the lantern parade.
During the finale dance
After the show.
Playing with our scarves afterwards.
It was a great show!