Round Two of Multimedia Production Shows

First of all, the first round of shows went very well. A lot better than I thought they would. Everyone helped one another and did the best they could in order for everything to run smoothly. Everyone was nervous and probably a bit less focused than they should have been but the shows turned out good for our first attempts at “going it alone.”

However, the second round of shows–wow! Everyone in our class has really grown and gotten a feel for what actions need to be done in order to make the show look the way it is supposed to look. Although you have to have some textbook knowledge about the equipment used as well as the necessary skills and techniques involved to run a show efficiently, we have all learned through a sort of trial-and-error process as a team. I am so proud of our class and the progress we have all made in only one short semester!

More than anything, I am most proud of the directors, producing hosts and set designers for these first two rounds of shows.  True, you didn’t have a choice, but these shows look great for your first “official” shows in those extremely crucial positions. Hosts: you all deserve a pat on the back for keeping yourselves from bursting into hysterical laughter when the unexpected happens. When everyone in the studio is crying from holding back their laughter, it is SO hard not to giggle involuntarily.

I can only hope my show turns out as well as these shows have. I can’t say enough how proud I am of all of you.

“Work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people. Remember that the Lord will give you an inheritance as your reward, and that the Master you are serving is Christ.”
Colossians 3:23-24

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