St. Joseph’s College in Martigné-Ferchaud is growing. On June 10, 11 and 12, 2022, students took to the stage to present musical instruments that had been working for several months. 200 students participated in it. Some will sing, dance, play comedy, some have set up, ticket office, communication. A great way to gain confidence and grow.
Imagine that all of a sudden everything stopped! At some point, in the Earth’s atmosphere, something comes up to neutralize everything electronic. No more mobile phones, no more video games, no more cars, no more factory closures and worse, no more social networks, no more Snapchat, no more Instagram.
It was conceived by Peggy David, a French teacher at St. Joseph’s College, Martigne-Ferraud. “Brackets.“
In one family in the city who lives in a house controlled by home automation almost comes home to take prisoners and take refuge in the countryside where in another family, the children are disturbed at this brutal stop.
“From what we’ve experienced with Kovid, it seems we have to rediscover everything“, Peggy provokes David.
On stage, Ewen rehearses with Clovis and Pierre-Emil.
“Do you have Gigi 35?“
“My body is on fire!
“This bug is worse than Covid, Ewen adds, Because there is nothing left. When Kovid was there, we still had the information, the announcement from the government that what we should or should not do, we have to manage ourselves.
Teenagers are forced to ask old Anselme how to get to a beautiful girl without social networks:
“How did you do when you fell in love with Antoinette? “
“I was writing a letter on a sheet with a pencil”, The old man answers.
“Wow, super classy! “They all shout in chorus!
“We don’t mean that digital suckExplained by Rafael Mitchell, Music Teacher and Project Coordinator, But we want them to ask questions about their use of social networks, video games, Insta, Snapchat. “
“I’m not addicted to networks, I use them but I’m not dependent”, Said one college student. He sang: “We lived in a hyper-connected world. I’m a little upset “, He specifies.
College students have been preparing for the event since September. 200 out of 295 college students are taking part in the adventure. A dozen workshops were given to them. Some will be on stage, others are taking care of the box office, stage management or sound management or set.
Yannis and her friends are preparing the background for the stage. During musical instruments, the colorful atmosphere will be projected to express emotions, excitement, doubt, joy.
Jerome Hawix, drawing teacher, helps students find materials and textures. Yannis projects the paint with a spray gun, while Quentin taps with a sponge. “I take warm colors to make something happy and brightSchoolboy explanation. It will help singers and actors. “
“This musical instrument allows us to work differently on the skills required to work in the programs, Says Mikel Besnard, head of the organization. VS.As a result, it is possible to showcase the different talents of our students. Talent that is not highlighted in the discipline. In this way, we develop confidence, self-esteem and we see that they feel recognized for what they have.
“This will help us to verbalize for high school“, Clovis hopes.”That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. “ “On stage, you can feel the amazing things, Ewen says. I, my character, believe in extraterrestrials. In real life, I’m not going to come out and say, “Oh Alien!”
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Musical comedy in Collège de Martigné-Ferchaud
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Mikaël Besnard knows that high school is a time when students vary greatly physically, mentally and intellectually. “We must be their companions in this critical moment. Being grouped means trusting each other and therefore trusting yourself. ” He is sure that this musical instrument will help them grow.
Musical comedy “La Parenthes”. Friday, June 10 and Saturday, June 11 at 8:30 p.m., and Sunday, June 12, at 2 p.m., Andre Braille Sports Hall.
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