School Snaps: Oasis International School Drama Students Present the Classic ‘Romeo and Juliet’ with a Twist

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At OIS, we believe that visual and performing arts are crucial in developing well-rounded children. 

Consequently, students have the opportunity to express themselves through various artistic mediums and share in work from artists around the world and throughout history. Students are enrolled in visual arts and music at all levels, as well as drama at the secondary level. Back on campus and excited to perform in front of a live audience, the High School drama class produced their annual winter performance. From the costumes, to the choreography, and the set design; the students brought the classic play of Romeo and Juliet to life in December with a new and meaningful twist. They explored the concept of forgiveness in this time honored tale. Well done students and drama teacher Mrs. Sullivan for an amazing production!

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*This article was first published in The Expat (February 2022 edition).

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