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Enjoy this rewind of the Oaks Christian High School production of Cyrano de Bergerac: the beautiful story of the nobleman, Hercule Savinien de Cyrano de Bergerac, serving as a soldier in the French Army. Though bold and strong-willed of many talents, De Bergerac is a joyful poet and musical artist. However, he has an obnoxiously large nose, which causes him to doubt himself and his willingness to express his love for his distant cousin, the beautiful Roxane. Shout out to the cast and crew for a great performance!

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A fantastic double feature of turning your dreams into reality! The Oaks Christian Middle School’s dance production “Where Dreams Come True” inspired and delighted! The production celebrated God’s blessings through joy, imagination, and creativity. We hoped you enjoyed our talented dancers and performances based on inspirational movies such as PocahontasRaya and the Last DragonLilo and StitchPeter Pan, and more! The eventful experience of the middle school dance students as they performed their artistic routines for all to see! 

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Curtains have closed on another fantastic dance production! We are constantly finding inspiration through various art forms–movies being one of them. And what better way to enjoy movies than by pairing them with another art form: dance! Our high school dance production impressed the masses with these hit movies and their songs: AnnieLa La LandSaturday Night FeverRioThe Greatest ShowmanLion KingHunger Games, and many more!

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The road trip has come to a close, but the musical journey continues on. Spring Spectacular that featured our high schoolers from orchestra, band, and choir performed another great hit! With the theme around our different cities and state, the musical extravaganza did not disappoint!

The adventure has concluded for the world of Madagascar! Oaks Christian Middle School presented the DreamWorks animated smash hit Madagascar: A Musical Adventure, Jr. that followed all of your favorite crack-a-lackin’ friends. Everyone enjoyed the crazy, wild adventure as the student actors escaped from their home in New York Central Park Zoo to find themselves unexpectedly in the madcap world of King Julien’s Madagascar.

The OCS Performing Arts Department debuted "Arts Under the Oaks," a coffee house style venue where students showcased their instrumental, vocal and spoken word talents. The first event premiered in October under the sparkling market lights of the outdoor patio of the Residential Life Facility.

The next performance is May 19 @ 7:00pm.