BROADWAY 7: PUTTING IT TOGETHER
It's time for "Broadway" at Assumption College. "Broadway 7" is all about "Putting It Together".
From Grade 3 to College it's the moment to act, sing, dance, and learn as ONE. Because the "Broadway"productions are a time to express and develop creative gifts, two wanna-be actors have heard about the event and want to get into the act. Problem? Since it is for Assumption students, how do they get an audition? They sneak in and attempt to get the Director's attention. The actor's passiomn, sincerity, and authenticity win the hearts of the students who plead their case.
The students sing and dance their way through: "West Side Story", "Chorus Line", and "Annie", "Don't Rain On My Parade", "Cool", "Hello Twelve, Hello Thirteen, Hello Love" and "Let Me Dance For You". "Putting It Together" demonstrates that performing is not just about winning competitions or being better than others. It is about supporting each other so that each one can do their best.
In "Broadway 7" the students experience a great deal about what is it to be a total performer going beyond the expression of their talent by learning from the Director, Stage Manager, the crew and especially from each other to reach out to to others as individuals and as ONE - Putting it Together.
Directed by Batche Tan
Written by Pinky Valdes
Choreographed by Jun Saagundo, Corina Vallejos, Stephen Biadoma, Arnie Umayam, Lorremei Asis, Kristine Tan
Vocal Coached by Twinkle Prietos and Vida Mirang
Stage Managed by Anjo Duque
Lights Designed by Roldan Lozano
Music Arranged by Joseph Andal