The first-ever human exhibit of the Senior High School students unveiled, October 13 at the MDSF New Building.
All students in the JHS had the chance to witness four performances of the Grade 11 SHS, a character portrayal through a human exhibit. Grade 11-Archimedes executed some of Grimm’s fairytales that we all grew up and pulled off a very enchanting and magical “Grandball: Belle and Adam’s Tale as Old as Time”. In this original adaption, Little Red Riding Hood gathered all Princes and Princesses like Alladin and Jasmine, Prince Charming and Cinderella, Flynn Rider and Rapunzel, and Prince Philip and Briar Rose to Belle and Adam’s Grandball. All the music and dancing just proved that we’re all too young to be old.
On the one hand, Grade 11-Hemingway chose to depict the literary treasures of our very own land and carried out “Glimpse of the Arts” from Nick Joaquin’s May Day Eve, Princess Urduja: a Pangasinan folklore, Amado Daguio’s Wedding Dance, to Jose “Pepe” Rizal’s The Monkey and the Turtle, Malakas at Maganda, and New Yorker in Tondo. This group made us proud of our rich and vast culture.
Meanwhile, the Grade 11-Cambridge took us back to the “Memories Once Golden” of the Renaissance Period as they depict King Lear, Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, and Hamlet – all Shakespeare’s works that made him the greatest dramatist of all times.
Lastly, Grade 11-Galileo took the bold and brave act of staging the Greek Mythology, giving rise to the Greek gods and goddesses that we all know and love through their original adaptation of “Welcome to Greece”. Their music, stage effects, and on point acting skills left the whole MDSF crowd in awe.
Truly, a Sagradan is a total package of talent, brains, and character.
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By: Lalaine L. Mañosca