P.S. 8 students take their audience to ‘Soldea Island’

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Starry-eyed students took to the stage and wowed the crowd with a homespun production at Public School 8.

The talented crew presented a costumed production of “Soldea Island,” transforming the Auditorium of the school, 37 Hicks Street, into a show hall of original song and dance routines.

The play was the school’s first student-run production, with youngsters taking charge at every level – from publicizing the play to managing the crew and even assisting the director.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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