While we were there, we saw the Rockettes Christmas Spectacular. It was honestly one of the best shows I have ever seen. As I watched them dance, I had a realization. I want to do that. I want to be on stage with them and do what they do.
The students were assisted by a team of logistics and stage production who ensured everything went on smoothly, be it rotating the props or handling the mics and contributed towards the success of the musical. To bring alive the sounds of Baltimore and turn our stage into real Broadway were professional musicians Mrs Rebecca Colaco on the Piano, Mr Akshay Nagmule on the drums, Mr Chinglang Roman on bass guitar and Captain Ravi on saxophone. They were accompanied by our very own talented students – Kiara Quadros and Diya Pais on the keyboard. The stage was transformed into Baltimore with exquisite props were specially made by Mr Umar Makthiyar with lavish rotatable
Tito Puente, Tito Rodriguez, Celia Cruz, and El Gran Combo, these people are the inspiration for my dancing and thousands of other dancers like me. It is the consistent change and diversity that keeps the genre alive, and I believe is finally growing. As my aunt would always say " Usted no tiene que ser perfecto para ser un bailarín, usted debe tener alma y el sabor que demuestra cuando usted baila. Eso es un verdadero
Feeling this sense of accomplishment is very satisfying. I’m not sure where I would be today without band and the support of Ms. Ryan and my fellow band mates. Ever since the first day of band camp freshman year, I have felt like the Monacan Band is my second family. For example, during the first couple of days of freshman band camp, there was one member of my section that I thought I wouldn’t get along with at all. Four years later, that person is one of my best friends.
Through his lyrics you start to not only hear but feel their struggle and love for each other as family. The production starts with the opening song, In the Heights, that sets up the entire tone of the production. The opening song is long with a mix of singing and acting allowing you to understand the backstory. Each song from the opening to the finale will have you want to jump up and dance along with the cast. The songs are catchy and heartwarming, have you feel part of the production.
I have never lived or been away from Hawaii for more than two weeks. If I just wanted a degree then I could stay in Hawaii and go to a local community college for a cheaper price. The reason I take the risk is because I wish to experience and changes and become good and industrious. Just this past summer I went on a trip to Beijing for a cultural exchange in a school program. It was definitely one of the best experiences and risks I took so far.
Being in high school, I have always thought that a student should be involved in some sort of activity, whether it be sports, choir, or the gaming club, it’s nice to branch out just a little bit. Well, I did quite a bit of that including golf, band, and theatre. I was on the Girl’s Golf team for two years, and managed the Boy’s team for one. I love to play, and being in a small team was a lot of fun. Their wasn’t girls fighting over who would play varsity or not, but instead pushing each other get their lowest scores.
ECS 100 Out-of-Class Participation Reflection Paper This is my last and only paper of my ECS 100 course, and I would talk about the two activities that I participated out-of- class during this semester. Now I feel that I have made the right choice in choosing to take these two activities, because I have learned much which I could not study in the classroom. The first one I participated is the Westcott Street Cultural Fair. I have a couple reasons that why I choose this activity. First, I would be a volunteer and I am willing to be a helpful member during the event.
Those routines have become a big part of All Star cheerleading. All Star cheer has become something for athletes to participate in if they do not want to take part in the school cheer team. Cheer has evolved dramatically since 1880, and continues to grow today. Cheer is now widely known, and one of the most competitive sports across the
Free Write #1. (Overconfident in a sport) I’ve been dancing for the past 18 years of my life. I started as a young girl at the age of 3, and soon took on the sport as my number one hobby. I loved every minute of it and surrounded my life with multiple dance classes and different dance teams. In fact by the age of 15 I was one two different elite competition squads, one was my studio, while the other was the varsity high school team.
Homecoming at PND has many traditions the students and alumni hold very special to them, including dress-up theme days all week, powder-puff football, olympics, trivia contests, the pep rally, homecoming court, the football game, and the dance, all of which I was in charge of. I am able to take on many leadership roles and do them all with a smile! University of Dayton students seem to have a great school spirit, and I would like to add my ideas to build it even
I performed in every show I could, painted, did run-crew, made props, helped with costumes, ushered, watched as many shows as possible, and became intensely involved in my school’s Thespian Society, ultimately serving as Thespian Co-President. I took advantage of every opportunity, involving myself in around twenty-five shows between my freshman and senior years. I relished every minute of it. I lived in my school’s auditorium, but I would not trade those experiences for the world. Being involved in numerous shows, often simultaneously, my passion grew still further.
I had the chance to work with students who gave me a better understanding of the Filipino customs and traditions. During our school events, we shared some of the Filipino dishes our club prepared such as lumpia, and chicken adobo. We would also arrange dance performances such as the famous tinikling and more. Not only did participating in this club help find the part of me I was once blind to, but the club made me feel as if I was apart of a family that helped me grow more as a person. I am proud to say that even though I am no longer a high school student, I continue to be a part of this club as not only a club member, but an active leader striving to enlighten others of this beautiful
I researched whenever I had time. I was a busy girl, but nothing stopped me. My motivation was set high. I continued dancing my junior year on the high school team, and was named captain. Junior year was the most complicated year of school yet.
I still get goose bumps on opening night when I watch the combined energy of the production company come together for the first time in front of a live audience. I can 't imagine feeling tired after an 18-hour day, as my job is enormous fun. As much as I enjoy my work in