I am doing a musical called The Drum and it is about Jordan, a little girl who wants a drum. Jordan is given a stick and she gives it to a cook. The cook gives her bread. Then Jordan sees a potter with two kids who are sad. Jordan gives the bread to the potter and is given a pot and she continues down the same road. A washer woman and her husband break their ankles on the pot so Jordan gives them the pot. Jordan gets a vest and then she sees two people in the river and helps them out.
The Drum is about a girl by the name of Jordan. Jordan shows lots of generosity in the story. She has always wanted a drum and in the very last part she gets a drum.
The Drum is about a girl named Jordan and she wants a drum more than anything in the world. The story takes place in a couple of places and the virtue of this story is generosity. In this story, she meets a cook, a potter, a washerman and his wife, a merchant and his wife and musicians. Her mother can’t afford a drum.
The Drum is a very good musical. I am Jordan in the play. It is fun to be Jordan. In the play, there are a lot of songs but I like to sing so it is fun for me. In the play, Jordan really wants a drum but her mother cannot afford it so she meets a cook, potter, washerman and his wife, a merchant and his wife and a bridegroom and his family. You should watch it! Jordan starts the day out with nothing but a stick. I cannot believe how good it is turning out!
Kindergarten Students Review The Drum
“I liked the wedding when the bride came onto the stage. She looked pretty!” – Ania
“I liked the horse when he wagged his tail.” – Finlay
“I liked all of the parts when they were sharing. I really liked when the girl gave the vest to the people when they were cold.” – Molly
“My favourite part was when the boy and girl were rescued from the water and they were yelling for help.” – William
“My favourite part was when the little girl got her drum and there was sharing.” – Clara
Love to see young students catch the acting bug? Tickets are on sale now for the Grade 5 production of Johann Strauss Junior’s The Gypsy Baron at the Royal Theatre.