Pine Christmas Program Goes Even More High Tech

Submitted by Gina Wright Pine Creative Arts Program

Hansel and Gretel portrayed by Duke Strahm and Mia Leimgruber.

Ready? Action! Students from the Pine Creative Arts and GATE/Honors Program will have their grand premier showing of, “This Old Gingerbread House,” on December 19th at 5:30 p.m.

The musical, which will be shown in movie format, is being directed, edited, and produced by students. This has been made possible by an Apple Technology Grant that Pine obtained 3 years ago. Filming is currently taking place around Pine and has incorporated the old school house as the main backdrop.

The production combines This Old House television show, and Hansel and Gretel. All students, K-8th, are participating in this production, from singing, dancing, acting, props, and set design.

There will be two showings of the 20 minute movie in the cafeteria. While one group is watching the movie, others will enjoy delicious treats and drinks available for sale in the breezeway next to the cafeteria.

Forest creatures portrayed by Maximo Gonzalez, Allisson Flores, Mariana Gonzalez, Sophia Garcilazo, and Cesar Lopez.

In addition, there will be an appearance from a jolly old visitor, dressed in red, available for photos in front of the old school house. That’s a wrap!

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