Behind the scenes of the Mr. O Show
March 15, 2019
Have you ever wondered what happens behind the scenes of the Mr.”O” Show? There is a process before students take stage. Students must fill out an application, then show part of their act to school social worker Devan Zambito who runs the performance.
“First, I review the application. I make sure its was approved by both parent and teacher,” Zambito explained. “Next, I talk about their act with them. Then, I make sure its was approved by both parent and teacher. Lastly, I put it on the system to be saved.”
Performers for the February show were excited to share their talent with the school. Ava Velez, a fourth grader, sang on stage although she admits she was a bit nervous.
“I think that I am a pretty good performer,” Velez said. “I wanted to have fun doing what I am good at.”
Grace Greco is a confident third grader who rocked the stage.
“I was a little nervous to share my talent,” Greco admitted. “I had been practicing for five weeks … I wanted to share my talent with the school.”
Application are available in each homeroom for students interested in participating in the next Mr. O. Show.