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ACSian Theatre presents Amadeus!

On the 9th, 10th and 11th of April 2015, the ACSian Theatre batch of 2015 took the stage for the very last time, performing the legendary play, Amadeus – the tale of one of the most epic musical rivalries known to mankind, between Antonio Salieri and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, one of the greatest composers of all time.
 
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 Amadeus v. Salieri
This highly intense play proved to be an immense hit among the throngs of family and friends who poured into ACJC’s Faith Centre for Performing Arts each night. Each shocking turn of events, each moment of raw emotion, left the audience spellbound and eager for more. Needless to say, lots of stereotypical perspectives of classical music were altered as members of the audience were introduced to Mozart himself; the provocative playboy with the uncanny ability to produce the purest of music.
 
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Rock me, Amadeus!
 
This entire experience was one that we all cherished, here at ACSian Theatre. Though it was a bittersweet parting, it was the best way to round off an amazing year and a half for the J2 cast, crew and costumers as we were able to impart valuable tokens of advice unto many of our J1 juniors, beginning their journey in the club, who joined us in this major production.
 
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A bittersweet parting on stage, and in our onward journey
 
All in all, Amadeus proved to be a rousing success and we owe this accomplishment to the unending dedication of our esteemed teachers and alumni who guided us along this path, moulding us into better performers. In addition, we are extremely grateful towards our members of crew, and costumers whose effort and creativity proved invaluable towards the success of this production. Last but not least, we could not have put up better shows without our supportive audience who smiled, laughed and even shed tears for us. For blessing us with their presence, we are beyond thankful.

To God be the Glory,
The Best is Yet To Be!
Sanjna, 2AH
Public Relations Officer
ACSian Theatre