The Elizabeth Seton School is a leading learner-centered transformative institution devoted in forming principled, competent and lifelong learners. This aspiration is achieved by tapping into the multiple intelligences inherent of its students. The launching of various activities and theater productions are aimed to showcase and highlight the diversified talents and skills students possess, particularly realizing and honing potential storytellers through the medium of dances, songs, and music.
In 1987, the production entitled “Indak Himig” showcased various Filipino songs, music and dance. This was followed by another production, entitled “Under Asean Sky” which featured the different culture of Asean countries through music and dance. Both productions were directed by the late National Artist Ramon Obusan.
On the 30th Founding Anniversary of The Elizabeth Seton School in 2005, the production, “On Wings of Music” presented excerpts from Filipino and Broadway musicals. After five years, the school produced “Milestones and Music” which highlighted its history for 35 years. All four productions were presented at Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (Main Theater) of The Cultural Center of the Philippines.
Recently, for the 5th time, the school embarked once again on a major production. This time, the 40th Anniversary show was presented at the The Theater at Solaire. “40tude is an Attitude” is a two-part musical documentary. Through the creative organization of segments, the show was designed to be interactive. Each song and production numbers is stringed by poetry readings, voice overs, video segments, live feeds and interviews.