Tuesday, July 20, 2010

MAD musical cast make a difference at Rainforest fest

CAST members of the Make A Difference (MAD) musical to be held at the Youth Rally on July 23 recently had a pleasant respite from the intensive rehearsals they have had over the past two months.

Rather than having a leisurely time at the Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF), they decided to give a preview of their performance.

Needless to say, the festival goers were surprised by a lively performance of Shakira’s Fifa World Cup theme song Waka Waka.

Performing on all three days, their energetic show attracted a big crowd of spectators who cheered, sang and danced along.

The performance was a publicity blitz for the Youth Rally organised by the Social Development and Urbanisation Ministry.

Cassandra Robert from Sabah, a student of Limkokwing Borneo, relished the opportunity to perform at RWMF.

“It is my first time at the festival and I never knew it would be so fantastic,” she said.

“I had so much fun performing and attending the workshops during the day and the concerts at night.”

For the cast from Tunku Putra International School, performing at the festival was an amazing opportunity to get to know each other.

“We had a lot of fun at the festival and having the opportunity to perform was an added bonus,” said Abbey Jones.

Another student, Sharon Lugun said: “I have been part of RWMF for many years and even performed as a member of Kan’id, a Kelabit world music group.

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