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Heartfelt Shows: Einsteinians Showcase Their Talents in Broadway Shows

     For Albert Einstein School’s 40th Foundation Anniversary, each class performed various versions of Broadway shows last October 23 and 24, 2022 in the Albert Einstein School gymnasium.

     Albert Einstein School is known for its high academic standards, but it does not stop there as Einsteinians showcase their immaculate talents in acting in their respective Broadway shows. The Broadway Show Day One was done last October 23, 2022, the performers were from the Beginners Division up to Intermediate Division. It all started with the introduction of the Masters of Ceremony namely Ayeesah Maongco, Vice President of the Senior Class Association (SCA), and SCA Secretary, Datu Jamsheed Bandila. Soon after, Princess Jamaeca Hassan, the Central Student Council President, delivered her opening remarks. The first performers were from the Beginners Division: Kinder A and Nursery with their show “The Little Mermaid”. Next was the Kinder B class with their performance entitled “Aladdin”. Following Beginners Division was the Primary Division, with the first to perform was the Grade 1 Class with their show “Red Riding Hood”. Lastly for the Primary Division were the Grade 3 Class with their performance “Cinderella”. Last to perform for the Broadway Show Day One was the Intermediate Division with the first showed “The Sound of Music” performed by the Grade 4 Class. Next was the “King and I” which was performed by the Grade 5 Class. Lastly, the Grade 6 Class with their show, “Grease”. It ended with Sir Edison Morales announcing the winners. For the Beginners Division, the winners were the Kinder A and Nursery Classes with their “The Little Mermaid”. The Grade 3 Class won in the Primary Division with their “Cinderella” performance. For the Intermediate Division, “King and I” was the winner which was performed by the Grade 5 Class.

     Next was the Broadway Show Day Two last October 24, 2022, the performers were the awaited Junior and Senior Division. Just like the first day, it started with the introduction of the Masters of Ceremony namely Ansar Cuevas, the SCA President, and Zoe Celestina Nuñez, the Grade 10 Mathematics Society Vice President. It was then followed by the opening remarks of Ansar Cuevas. The first performers were from the Junior Division which were the Grade 7 students, they showed the “Beauty and the Beast”. Next to them were the Grade 8 students who performed wicked. Lastly from the Junior Division were the Grade 9 students with their show entitled “Chicago”.

     After the stupendous performances of the Junior Division, the Senior Division came next. The first to be showed on stage were the Grade 10 students as they performed their own version of “Mamma Mia!”. Next in line were the Grade 11 students as they enact excerpts from their show “Les Miserables” while the Grade 12 students performed “Miss Saigon. Each Class brought life to their characters and made their shows lively. It also ended with Sir Edison announcing the winners. For the Junior Division, the winner was no other than the Grade 9 Class with their “Chicago”. The Grade 10 Class snatched the first place for the Senior Division with their “Mamma Mia!” with a fabulous grade of 98 percent!

     This goes to show that Einsteinians are dedicated when it comes to their performances. Both days were surely a moment to remember, especially for the performing classes. They all did their best and it truly paid off. It was because of the cooperation of everyone, the support of all parents, the guidance of their homeroom advisers and the choreographers for their expertise. The shows were successful which made the school founding anniversary a memorable Ruby Jubilee for us all.

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