Jumels presents Angels on its 33rd year
JUMELS Learning Center has come a long way in opening new avenues for its pupils while developing them with Christian values that are marks of true JUMELITES.
This development is holistic, allowing the expression and display of innate creative potentials of the pupils and making them experience the various forms of discipline in the performing arts, baring early recognition of what they wish to do or what they want to be in the future.
Its initial staging of “The Rabbit Who Wanted Red Wings,” was followed by 28 other musical productions, with the participation of some parents – an affirmation of their full support to their young.
An annual operetta has thus become a JUMELITE tradition which continues to awe little children and inspire parents to send their children to JUMELS Learning Center if only to experience this rare and fairy-laden opportunity.
Lending support to JUMELS all through these years is the University of Nueva Caceres Glee Club and of one time the La Crème, all for the love of children to whom JUMELS is truly indebted.
As JUMELS celebrates its 33rd Founding Year, tradition dictates that another musical be mounted – thus, The ANGELS – a play in two-acts shall hit the stage to reflect the plight of street children and the angel whose life in heaven seems not to be joyful.
Performances are slated on February 15 (student night) at 6 pm and February 16 (Gala night) at 7 pm at the Main Hall of the Basilica Minore in Balatas, City of Naga.