Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast, our favorite movie was being dramatized by students of SMK St Michael. The drama was held for 3 consecutive days. Yesterday was the last day. My youngest girl who is studying in SMK St Michael had bought tickets for my eldest girl and I.

My eldest girl had bought a bouquet of flowers to be given to her former teacher who was also the director of the drama Camelot which was staged 6 years ago. My girl acted as Guinevere then.

We went to the school earlier and so I took some pictures of the school.
I had been to this school uncountable times as my children studied here.

The pavilion has a unique statue.

The tickets were sold at RM50 and RM20. 
Since we were early, we managed to get the best seat after the last row of the RM50 seat.

Here's the beauty and the beast.

My youngest girl was just the backstage crew.

The president of the St Michaelian old boys presented a bouquet of roses to the director.
Looking on was the principal.

Overall, it was an excellent drama.

Comments

  1. The beast in your picture looks ok leh, better than the beast I usually see in storybooks.. Really, I still remember how the beast looks like, scary leh, hehehehe.. I always wonder how Beauty can kiss him and said I Love You, teehee.. I actually maximize your photo to have a clearer look at the beast, he ok wor, looks like the Mad Hatter rabbit in Alice In Wonderland *cheeky*

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    1. yes, the beast here is not so scary looking.

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  2. good back stage experience for your girl..crew has the big role too in any stage play and movie..

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    1. yes, at least she's involved in the play..

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  3. oh i love to watch Beauty and the Beast.. and it's impressive the school made it into a stage performance, that would not be easy.. and i supposed there are a lot of singing too that night?? RM20 is not expensive, and you should support the school and your girl :)

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    1. yes, there were quite a number of songs being sung.
      the tickets were reasonable too..

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  4. What a grand performance and good job to your daughter. No such thing as "just" backstage crew as everyone has their own vital part in making the drama a success. :-)

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    1. true but being a backstage crew, she didn't get to perform herself.

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  5. Beautiful bouquet. And a wonderful show.

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  6. Good that your kids go back to SMI every now and then.. brings back good memories for them too...

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    1. only go back there when there's occasion like this one..

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  7. I loves that bouquet of flowers, very nice...

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    1. I agree, the flowers are pretty!

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    2. yes and they smelt good..

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    1. oh maybe just during the endings..

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  9. Kudos to your girl!

    This must be an interesting event~

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    1. oh yes, I always look forward to the performance each year..

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  10. A www ...my alma mater. I miss my school and the plays.

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    1. oh, hv you visited yr school recently?

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  11. The school looks so grand in colonial style building. Must have a lot of history to it. Good that you all support this production. Backstage crew is an important part of a stage show. Great job to your youngest daughter!

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    1. yes, it's already 100 years old.
      Thanks Mun. I'm glad she took part as a backstage crew.

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  12. That is sweet of your girl to buy the flowers.

    Though only backstage but still getting involve in it is something of a good experience

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    1. yes, indeed it was a good experience for her.

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  13. I like beauty and beast, remember when I was young the first impression caught my attention is the beauty yellow dress, it's very beautiful!!! =]

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  14. I have fond memories of that school too. I actually slept there in the staff quarters behind many times during my childhood days! My 2 aunties married 2 brothers whom one was the principal and the other was the teacher. Both served St. Michael's and were given housing benefits of the colonial bungalow behind.

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  15. I like that show Beauty and The Beast. I can imagine that the play was both musical and entertaining!

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