Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Media of the Week – The Documentary

Pin It I know that I usually post links to music, humor, or something that brings a tear to your eye and a smile to your heart.

This week I’d like to do something just a little bit different than any of that, because a few years ago I created a documentary.

No, I’m not a filmmaker…that’s one thing for sure; however, I wanted to give a crack at it. At the time we had this amazing after-school coordinator, Melanie Bliss (yes, my longtime friend and once-upon-a-time cowriter at Four Perspectives). You see Melanie had started up a program a few years back called “Stories on Stage.”

In a nutshell, it was dramatics programs like you’ve probably never seen before…loaded with awesome and just a smidge of ‘whoa.’

Yeah, I thought that it was simply amazing.

I could go on and on right now—telling you all about it—but then this sixteenish minute documentary I made would be rather pointless now, wouldn’t it?

Yeah, that’s just what I was thinking.



10 comments:

Patti said...

Mr. Z - this was awesome! Makes me want to be back in the 6th grade........almost. :)
Keep doing what you're doing, lives have been touched by you and you are someone they will always remember!
Happy New Year!

Kalei's Best Friend said...

Wow, my 3 never had programs like this to participate in... I am impressed.

Rachel said...

Amelia has a stage.... Amelia has lots of students...... :)

Gerb said...

I loved seeing Ashley Kuchar in a princess dress!! And seeing mini versions of all these kids who are now teenagers. What fun! I'm going to have to go get the DVDs of my kids' Stories on Stage out now. Nice work - this was a great little documentary.

Jamie said...

Well done! Looks like a lot of fun. :)

Dina @ 4 Lettre Words said...

Wow...so, so awesome.

Happy 2012 to you, my friend!

Linn said...
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tammy said...

Purely awesome!

Mindy said...

Can I just say... I'm kinda jealous of those kids... You guys had something amazing going on.

(Oh... and awesome documentary skills... Is there anything you can't do? :-) )

shari1172 said...

Stories on Stage is a great program. Great videos.

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