Students played to a packed house this week at Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) black box theater. This is the second annual school production of the Nativity, a play about the birth of Jesus.
"The children did such a great job this year. It is clear that they put a lot of effort and rehearsed. The parents are clearly impressed and proud of their children, as they should be." said Melissa Rohan, president of Waterfront Academy. "I think next year we will have to find a new venue if this continues to grow!"
Students played the roles of Mary, Joseph, Innkeepers, Roman soldiers, Angels, Shepherds, Kings, and Farm Animals. The teachers and students made all the costumes and props and it was student directed.