Tuesday, 11 November 2014

"The Crafty Crockery" - Mime to Music by MAC Upper Primary

Students at Macau Anglican College performs a Mime-To-Music with the crockery crashing on the table leaving the host reeling from shock!

Upper Primary Students performing the Mime "The Crafty Crockery"

2pm Lower Primary class performing the same Mime!

Students love our Movement Segment which teaches them to use effective listening to music to communicate with the audience.  Through the varied expressions and body movements, students show their individuality and creativity each week!

Here the students rehearse for a short Parents' Observation in their individual classes.

Observation Day - Macau

Classes were launched in Macau on September 20th 2014.  After 7 weeks, parents were invited to an observation day!  Here you can feel the pulse of the students' enthusiasm as they prepare for the day's lesson before the parents were invited to the classroom to preview a segment of work including Speech, Mime-to-Music and an Improvisation!

 Feel the enthusiasm of these 4pm drama students as they rehearse their speech lines.

Look at the adorable "Strawberries" in the foreground 
as the students prepare to perform "Bananas are Special" by the 2pm class.

Tuesday, 1 July 2014

Six months have quickly gone by and it is time for yet another round of classes reaching the goal post of another set of performances.  Without comparing the students, we can see how much each has grown from a Parent Day to a year end performance.  See for yourself!

Our Little Tykes with Happy looking so sad as she has lost her red nose!

"Search The Circus", Little Tykes Performance June 28, 2014

Here comes the Mexicans ready to party and enjoy their Fiesta...La Cucaracha
La Cucaracha - "Fiesta in Triesta" 

What does Carlos have in mind?

With a small cast of 12 children, the students put up a superb performance in "Fiesta in Triesta" and transformed the studio into a Mexican Fiesta for parents and friends!

Not forgetting our Lower Primary who performed our classic favorite in "The Chicken Hearted Fox". It is such a big change in both physical and vocal energy from these 6 to 8 year olds!  Not only the costumes and wonderful backdrop can mask their highly expressive energy each exude during the performance!

Hmm!  What's Frances and Freddy Fox planning?

Our beautiful farm animal having a blast!

Guess what?  Yikes!  The foxes are here!

It's time for bed farm workers!  Let's all have a good night's rest.

1998 CHIJ Kellock Upper Primary Students

1998 CHIJ Kellock Upper Primary Students
FIRST in-school enrichment program started in 1998 in CHIJ Kellock with this Upper Primary class. 11 years later, drama classes are conducted worldwide as an after-school activity in many schools. Visit us on our website