A minute of stardom, a wealth of experience…
That’s how it must have felt for Hannah and her classmates, because for them, as K1 students, although they only played a supporting role in the school concert, with only a short dance sequence, the exposure to the world of performing arts was definitely something to be cherished.
We attended her school concert last Sunday. Ethan was also excited because for the first time, he would be sitting in the audience. The title of the concert was “Humpty Dumpty Stood on the Wall”, a playful take on a story of the little egg character and two adjacent lands: Nursery Rhyme Land and Chinese Folklore Land. Hannah was one of the kid dancers in the Chinese folklore scene where Si Ma Guang rescued a child who had fallen into a big pottery vase/tank.
Can you spot Hannah? Check out the adorable pigtail hairdo!
Prior to the concert, I had no clue as to what she was going to be doing in the concert, except that she was going to be dancing. The only thing she told me was, “Mommy, there are two groups in my dance. The skipping group and the running group. I am the leader of the skipping group.”
Later after the concert, she told me, “Mommy, I was quite nervous before the concert, because there is a big audience watching.”
Awww….you did an awesome job, sweetheart! We are so proud of you!
Pssst….and little Emma was rather well-behaved too, and was able to sit through the entire concert.