Nanakuli High and Intermediate School Performing Arts Center's Journey to Scotland

Follow the adventures of the Nanakuli High and Intermediate School Performing Arts Center's Journey to Scotland and the 2011 Fringe Festival.

We will post updates as we prepare on this once in a lifetime experience for cast and crew.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Thoughts from NPAC member: Brandon Saballa

OMG!  What can i say about this trip?  This trip has been nothing but a blessing to me since day 1.  I got to travel off the island for the first time in my life, and what a first time it was because I got to go to EUROPE!  Lolz!  How many people can say that?  And then Mr. Robin Kitsu throws a surprise right out there that brought me to tears "CONGRATULATIONS GUYS YOU WILL BE WATCHING WICKED IN 1 HOUR"....I was like....*CRY!!!*......Lolz! 

I finally, after 3 years, got to watch Wicked and that was a dream come true.  Another treat we got was to watch Blood Brothers and the day after we watched...wait for it, wait for it...JERSEY BOYS!!!!....OMG Andrew Hahn and I WERE LIKE LITTLE GIRLS IN THE CROWD!..lolz they were so awesome.
And then we got to perform outside the theatre our Jersey Boy's medley that brought us again to tears. 

So many tears already left in London. Scotland brought us tons of shopping, great high school productions from Nunsense all the way to Haroun and the Sea of stories, and our students did an amazing job. I'm so proud of each and everyone of them with UNDER THE INFLUENCE. 

Our trip is coming to a closing, can you imagine how many tears we'll leave here in Scotland? After all the friends and memories we made, I'm sure we'll leave a lot. 

Thank you so much Mr. for this trip, also Michelle and Chloe for all that you have done for me and the gang.  If it weren't for you guys i wouldn't be on this trip. This trip made an inprint on my life and its all because of you 3. Thank you guys so much for the blessing.  WE LOVE YOU!!!!

1 comment:

  1. And guys, that was the whole point of your making this really long trip all the way across the world ... so you could see and experience firsthand what life is like outside of Hawaii and get a taste of just how big this world is! So glad that you guys seem to agree it was all worth it. Let this be just the beginning, not the end, of so many good things to come for all of you with the biggest lesson being never, ever let go of your dreams! Welcome home!