More than 30 children and young people who take classes in acting, singing and dancing at the "Scene Three" School of Art participated in this magical presentation.
Directors, Enrique Assemat and Liliana Medina, were infected with the children's enthusiasm in celebrating their first presentation at the Teatro Vallarta, and did so for the benefit of the municipal shelter where they currently reside with 30 older adults who are not family members.
Special guests were the children of the New Life Hostel and the President the DIF system, Magaly Fregoso Ortiz, who enjoyed the excellent presentation of the students as they made a musical journey through different parts of the world in search of the star of Bethlehem, which would announce the birth of the baby Jesus.
Between songs, carols, street dance, the majesty of acrobatics in fabrics, a very funny script and all the sparks of small actors, it was a huge success and the ticket donations will be used by the shelter in purchasing medication for the children.
The directors of the School of Art, partners Jairo Heli and Pardo Betzaira, are very committed to transmitting the message to children as to the culture of aid to the most needy.
Enrique Assemat mentioned "this work is just a sample of the talent of the Vallartenses and how working together can help the institutions of assistance."
"For us," he added, "it is very important to raise awareness of social responsibility in the children and we are very pleased with the association with the President of the DIF and proud to announce that we will continue working with DIF through art and culture."
Translated and edited by Team Angels
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