On the 13th and 14th of December, before the winter holidays, Mark Twain International School hosted the 28th winter show celebration at the Ion Manu Theatre in Otopeni.
Put together under the name “A Village Named Hope”, this winter show unveiled a series of spectacular artistic representations, from choir singing to ballet, from guitar recitals to street dance performances and even short drama moments related to the Christmas theme.
Magic filled the auditorium as students from all divisions of study (PYP, MYP and DP) went on stage and simply, through their lovely artistic performances, poured some of their inner sensitivity, as delicate and tender as a child’s soul can be, right into our hearts. The feelings of joy and happiness were unmistakable both in their teachers as well as in their families and friends who came to see these remarkable children celebrate yet another Christmas show inside the Mark Twain International School community. We are so very proud of what you have accomplished so far, your school dedicated work, as well as your personal evolution!
A set of warm congratulations is in order to everyone, for making possible the unfolding of a wonderful Christmas show. You did a stellar job!
Mark Twain International School