|Scenes from Ballet Philippines' Peter Pan. Photo courtesy of Spot.PH|
|The Mano Amiga students gasped loudly in amazement when they saw the characters fly. Scenes from Ballet Philippines' Peter Pan. Photo courtesy of Spot.PH|
Mano Amiga's drive to provide its students with quality education extends beyond the learning they get from books. Their holistic development is also nourished with various enriching activities that are not just limited to music, arts and sports.
|Mano Amiga students with their Peter Pan tickets.|
The students, along with the entire audience, all sang and laughed with the energetic actors as they followed the story of the boy who would not grow up. They witnessed his journey beyond the second star to the right that took him flying around the theater and into fights against the evil Captain Hook.
They also saw his adventures, through song and dance, with the Lost Boys and Darling children - Wendy, John and Michael.
All this coupled with the 3D background of the whole show created a window of learning for the students.
This allowed them to use their imagination and appreciate the value of creativity and the many ways it can be expressed. This also provided them with an avenue to explore different talents and other means to express oneself.
|Mano Amiga Academy students happily converge for a photo after the show.|
Opportunities such as this create lasting impressions and memories for our students; ones they will carry with them and talk about for days on end.