A Magical Performance of The Snow Queen

At CDS, we believe that “what you learn and who you become are equally important.” In our middle school, theater and drama provide a unique platform for our students to continue developing into compassionate, resilient, and socially responsible individuals who are prepared to make a positive impact in their communities and beyond. 
On Monday evening, our middle school theater enrichment students gave a performance of The Snow Queen that was nothing short of magical. From the moment the curtains rose, the audience was captivated with amazement as they were taken to a fantastic world of wonder. The amount of time and care that went into preparing for the performance was evident in many ways, from the costumes and makeup to the set design and lighting. The students delved into their characters’ backgrounds, relationships, and emotions to portray them so authentically. Every line delivered and every movement made on the stage was magical. The audience was transported into a winter wonderland that captured their imagination as the story unfolded. 

We value the role of theater and drama in our middle school education because it offers a unique platform for students to learn to collaborate, express themselves, and continue to grow into well-rounded individuals. Exploring and preparing for a show further develops confidence, empathy and critical thinking skills as students explore a variety of perspectives and cultural differences, empowering them to engage more meaningfully in the world around them, and this Snow Queen production serves as a perfect example.
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