Milo the wanderer
This year we had the opportunity to see a festive, entertaining, delightful Christmas program. Before the show, I interviewed Mrs. Brishky and this is the information that was given. The Christmas Extravaganza was brought to us by Mrs. Brishky. Some songs that were included: Jingle Bells, It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas, and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. When asked, ” What is going to be happening in the show?” Brishky answered,” Little skits or performances and gift card giveaway’s.” Mrs. Brishky and her choir class wants everyone to feel relaxed while they watch it. Mrs. Brishky told Paw Print reporters that the reason behind the extravaganza was because she and her class love Christmas ,and hope the performance brings everyone joy and gets them into the Christmas spirit. She also wants to make the Christmas Extravaganza a tradition. The times for this shindig are eight to nine for middle school and ten to eleven for high school.
After I watched the show, I thought that the actors and actress’ held a overall good performance. They had good voices, acting, dancing, and set design. They included audience involvement and props. The whole auditorium was filled with a heart-warming aesthetic. Our very own Sorrell Martin and Sam Giles gave us eye catching performances. Martin sang and played on the piano Where Are You Christmas and Giles beat boxed to Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.
Written By: Brianna Cannon 12/19/18 Pictures By: Ms. Steely 12/19/18