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Stuck in the 50's Christmas Concert

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Comments (24)

ts40 said

at 7:25 pm on Jan 5, 2010

that was the funniest thing ever!!

ts14 said

at 10:17 am on Dec 16, 2009

My favourite part wasn't actually part of the play. My favourite part was during gym class and my group was practising our dance routine. Miss McClory said our dance was ready for practising on the stage. On our way onto the stage, Iain was climbing on the stair risers. Then, out of no where, he lost his footing and landed between his legs and crushed his... on the stair risers. I started laughing uncontrolabley, even though I felt terribly sorry for him. Austin also kept me entertained during the play.

ts44 said

at 10:12 am on Dec 16, 2009

My favorite memory was when our group danced, and I think that everyone had fun and was proably the best play I was in yet great job.

ts36 said

at 10:11 am on Dec 16, 2009

I loved it when Iain fell on stage, Eric forgot his line, and Micaela and Jadyn ran on stage by an accident! I laughed so hard, I couldn't stop! It was HILARIOUS! It doesn't matter if you made a mistake, as long as you had fun!

ts40 said

at 10:11 am on Dec 16, 2009

It was so wierd and fun (not to mention funny) to dance infront of the full gym! it was fun though. I loved it all thanx to Miss Mcclory, Mrs.Durnin, and two of our classmates.

ts02 said

at 10:11 am on Dec 16, 2009

Hey everyone. I was Santa Clause in the Stuck In The 50s Christmas Concert. When I did the dance with Mrs. Clause I messed up my footing and I got embarrased. There was some talking parts in the play but they were not filmed. My friend said there line before me and it messed me up. I was supposed to say "My thoughts exactly!Instead of kids concentratingon what they want, let's ask them to write us a letter which focuses on all the good things they've done this year". Instead I forgot my entire line and looked back to a classmate to see if he knew what my line was. He was told what my line was by my teacher and whispered it to me. I said "My thoughts exactly!" Everybody laughed at me. I was so embarrased

ts35 said

at 10:10 am on Dec 16, 2009

My favorite part was are dance with are group it was fun but i did not like when we were showing the school the day before we showed the parents. When i fell going to do my part but other then that i would of loved to see the play last night but the one in the afternoon how we forgot one part but i do not think the parents even known but it was so funny in the afternoon it was so cool.

ts04 said

at 10:09 am on Dec 16, 2009

My favorite part of the christmas concert was when I first saw how many people were out there. Usually I would be nervous but for this year I knew we all knew our lines because we had a lot of practice. I really enjoyed watching the concert when I was not on the stage.

ts39 said

at 10:09 am on Dec 16, 2009

I loved the concert but it stinks that its over! My favorite part was when me, Bailey, Zac, Jordan, kassandra Avery, and Trevor were dancing to a whole lotta cleanin! However Rock Around the Shop Tonight was my favorite song because it had the best beat! Great job : )

ts29 said

at 10:07 am on Dec 16, 2009

A great part that will stick with me for a long time, but I also really enjoyed with a huge laugh was when I ran onto the stage when it was NOT my turn. Me and another friend were in the middle of the stage all by ourselves running to get a prop, but realized that it wasn't our turn, so ran back off. One more was a great part that I loved was how we could dance. It was fun. We could give it all we got!

ts28 said

at 10:06 am on Dec 16, 2009

My favorite part in our play Santa's gotten stuck in the 50's was when Austin yelled "Slinkies" in a really little kid voice and the crowed laughed. Also when Eric forgot his line which was "my thoughts exactly" and it made it sound like he was thinking for a really long time. Lastly I thought it was funny how Micky, Ali and a few other people were dancing behind the stage when the grade three's were singing.

ts43 said

at 10:05 am on Dec 16, 2009

My favourite part is when I fell and when Eric forgot to say his line and when santa was swinging his hips and it will stayin my mind for along time. And thanks to mrs Mcclory

ts42 said

at 10:02 am on Dec 16, 2009

My memory is when I was about to say my second line, because sometime I would forget my line and stumble on my words. My favourite momment, when presenting, is when some people laughed at our dancing or what we said.

ts19 said

at 10:02 am on Dec 16, 2009

For my favorite memory it would have to be with the little Kindergardens, because when they all stood up they all where looking for there mommies and daddies not even paying attention to there song. Also somthing funny I found is in the song jingle bells the chorus was loud but when it came to the verse it was very silent and all mumbled.

ts47 said

at 10:00 am on Dec 16, 2009

My favorite moment of the play is when one of the actors missed their part, and just kept on going, and laughed it off. The reason that I liked this moment is, because it showed the audiance, and all the actors ect. that we don't need to be perfect, and to just have fun!

ts41 said

at 10:00 am on Dec 16, 2009

My favourite part/memory/moment of the play was singing with the lunch group, but I still enjoyed the entire play! Great job everybody ; )

ts37 said

at 9:58 am on Dec 16, 2009

My favorite part of Santa Stuck in the 50's was when Santa accidentally forgot to say his line "my thoughts exactly", and when we were dancing to rock around the shop tonight!

ts18 said

at 9:56 am on Dec 16, 2009

I loved the way that Miss Mcclory had helped my group to finish up our routine. Also my favourite memory of the Christmas is the dancing and how we presented it. The Xmas play was really fun and exciting to perform infront of everyone in the gym! The play was performed better than ever! Great Job Everybody!!! :) And thnx to Miss Mcclory!

ts27 said

at 9:56 am on Dec 16, 2009

My favourite memory of this christmas concert this year is my group and our dance that we created. I loved how it was the ending song and all the people got into the song and sang it. My mom thought it was the best christmas concert yet and I thnik the same thing. I glad this was the last christmas concert I am in because I think it was the best yet. Yeah gr.7/8!

ts30 said

at 9:54 am on Dec 16, 2009

In our Christmas concert I love the last dance we did (Rocking Down The Chimney) It was so funny! With Santa shaking his hair and swinging his hips, and the dancers in the background. Also because it was the last Christmas concert I am going to do, so I am going to remember the end becuase that is one of the times I had the most fun.

ts46 said

at 9:51 am on Dec 16, 2009

My favourite part in the play was when my group got to do the dance we made for everyone. It's good to see that the audeince liked it.

ts02 said

at 6:42 pm on Dec 15, 2009

Hey Mrs. Durnin. I found that video I wanted to show you. Its called monster face. Its the first one that shows up on the page. The software used in the video is 3d max, boujou, and after effects. Please take a look. This is a snazy website....... I like it!

ts04 said

at 6:17 pm on Dec 15, 2009

i miss mrs mMcclory she really helped us out on our dance :)

Heather Durnin said

at 4:22 pm on Dec 15, 2009

Thanks to our student teacher, Miss Mcclory for her inspiration in the dance routines!

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