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SCHOOL SPOTLIGHT MS 210's Production of "The Lion King Jr."

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Posted: Friday, June 14, 2019 12:00 am

"The Lion King Jr."

This year the theater program of Ozone Park’s MS 210Q, Elizabeth Blackwell School, is in full swing as over 80 students embark on a theatrical journey of a lifetime! On June 14, students in the sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-grades will be performing the classic Disney tale, “The Lion King, Jr.” They have been working for months to perfect the songs, scenes and dances as well as to create the exciting and magical world of Simba, Nala and Mufassa.

For many, this is the first performance opportunity they have had a chance to engage in. Each day students meet to rehearse for theupcoming show. They are leaders in the school, the community, and are working together to create a lasting memory for their audiences. 

Theater helps students gain confidence, public speaking skills and a work ethic that will serve them both inside and outside of school. Ms. Weisberg (theater teacher) Ms. Rosa (dance teacher) and Ms. Goodman (special education teacher), are working closely to ensure the cast is supporting one another as they create, imagine and build a beautiful experience. The cast and crew invite all to the show on Friday, June 14 at 6 p.m. in the school auditorium!

Hakuna Matata!

If you would like to be featured on a School Spotlight page, call Lisa LiCausi, Education Coordinator, at (718) 205-8000, Ext. 110. Online go to qchron.com/schoolnews.

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