The PAS Musical Production is one of the biggest event in this school which stretches through the entire year. The production involves four large groups of students, actors, stage design, costume, and orchestra. Where sometimes the number goes up to more than one hundred kids, in other words, the teamwork on making the final show runs smoothly is very challenging. Since 2010, we’ve performed 2010-Into the Woods Jr., 2011-Guys and Dolls Jr., 2012-Wizard of Oz, 2013-High School Musical Disney, 2014-Joseph and the Amazing Technique Colored Dreamcoat, 2015-Into the Woods, 2016-Peter Pan, and 2017-Grease.Having this program has benefit our students in so many ways… 1.Self-Confidence: By performing in front audience the student get the confidence to trust on his own ideas and abilities. This will be applied to his life, career and school. 2.Imagination: Thinking out of the box, and interpreting familiar material in new ways. 3.Empathy: Acting in a roles for different situations, time periods, and different cultures promotes compassion and it develops tolerance for others’ feelings and viewpoints. 4.Collaboration: It combines the new ideas and abilities of its participants. This cooperative learning includes discussing, sharing, negotiating, rehearsing, and performing. 5.Concentration: Performing in a play develops a constant focus of mind, body, and voice, which also helps in life and in school subjects. 6.Communication Skills: In a play a student enhances verbal and nonverbal expression of ideas. It also improves voice projection, articulation of words, and fluency with language. 7.Emotional Outlet: In the play the student is allowed to express a range of emotions. Sadness, aggression and tension are released in a safe, controlled environment, reducing antisocial behaviours. 8.Relaxation: Theatre activities reduce stress by releasing mental, physical, and emotional tension.