Bravo to the Opera Colorado for their stellar performance of the fairytale, "Cinderella" for our Performing Arts School on Broadway and Global Primary Academy students at the Mapleton Arts Center (MAC)!
Students learned that opera is a theater genre where singing is the fundamental component of storytelling. Rather than speaking their lines, performers sing their dialogue while acting out scenes. The opera dates back more than 400 years at the end of the 16th century and originated in Florence, Italy.
For many students in the audience, this is their first exposure to the opera.
Twenty students in Mr. Bettis's Technical Theater class received their OSHA 10 certification cards yesterday at the Performing Arts School on Broadway (PASB)! OSHA 10 is a 10-hour safety course designed by OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) to cover safety basics for workers to avoid hazards, injuries, and illnesses in the workplace and create a "healthful" environment for all. This certification will help students get a job in technical theater after graduation.