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Cultural Night 2011 Script

Cultural Night 2011 Script

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Cultural Night 2010 February 17, 2011 7:00P.M. Script – 1st Draft By: Guia Tala Remedios M.

Galvez and Soccii Nenotchka R. Tuason
Invocation (LSDC Contemporary) Opening performance (Innersoul singing "We Are Family") Costume Parade Enter hosts. Host 1: Hey hey hey! Good evening to everyone and welcome to the Cultural Night! A night for us to celebrate unity in diversity. We’ll be your hosts. I’m (Host 1) Host 2: And I’m (Host 2)! And we’ve got a whole lot of entertainment planned for you! We are going to shift from one country to the next! Host 1: Host 2: We sure do. So (Host 2) can you give us a bit of hint about what we’ll be seeing? Performances and lots of it! From Korean to Indian to Chinese! We’ll take a glimpse of each country’s culture as well! Can we get a cheer from our international students? (Wait for applause.) Host 1: Awesome! And what did you think of the costume parade? There were some very lovely costumes! Host 2: That’s right. Hey you guys should consider performing! You guys know we have food booths right? International delicacies will be served! Host 1: Host 2: Host 1: And those who will be performing will get food stubs for the booths! Yum Yum! Hey (Host1) don’t you think KPop has been very popular lately? And influential! True that. Our Korean students must be really proud. Not only that, people of all races are really embracing their music and their style of dancing. Host 2: Our first performance shows us just that. To start off the night, here’s a mixed

Cultural Night 2010 February 17, 2011 7:00P.M. Script – 1st Draft By: Guia Tala Remedios M. Galvez and Soccii Nenotchka R. Tuason
group of Korean, Filipino and Chinese students that’ll dance to the music of Host 1: KPop! A group called _____, will be showing their awesome moves to the beat of the music from our famous Korean idols such as Girl’s Generation and MissA! Host 2: Wow! So (Host 1), we shouldn’t keep them waiting! I’m sure they’re pretty much excited to see them perform! Host 1: Oh! Right you are Host 2! So guys! Put your hands together for our first performers! The _______!

4A South Korea KPop Dance (Tina)

Host 2: Host 1:

Whew! What an awesome performance to start the show! Yes Host 2! And you know what? Their performance only proves that girls can be cute and sexy at the same time!

Host 2: Host 1:

Oh yeah! Do you guys agree! (to the audience) That first performance really got me pumped up to see the next one! Now let’s see if our next performer would be equally amazing as well!

Host 2: Host 1:

Up next is a more traditional number as opposed to the previous number. This folk song is originally played using traditional instruments. However, our band will be performing it using western musical instruments.

Host 2:

So guys, prepare to travel back to the past as we reminisce how our Korean

Cultural Night 2010 February 17, 2011 7:00P.M. Script – 1st Draft By: Guia Tala Remedios M. Galvez and Soccii Nenotchka R. Tuason
friends lived during the Japanese occupation in their country. Host 1: Give a round of applause for the band as they perform Arirang.

4B South Korea Song/Band (Yu-Mi)

Host 2: Host 1:

That was definitely heart-wrenching! Another round of applause for the band! Arirang really expressed how united Koreans are. And, it’s a good thought for the night!

Host 2:

Yes! Unity is definitely felt! Look at our audiences. Beautiful faces from different places.

Host 1: Host 2: Host 1:

Hey (Host 2) have you ever tried yoga? Yoga? Sure. It teach you calmness through meditation. Know where it came from? India. A culture that’s so rich. And this is where Bollywood comes from.

Host 2:

I actually love Bollywood movies. You can expect a catchy song and dance number every time. Gets stuck in my head. But I like it.

Host 1:

Fun. Which is why, for our next performance we will see and hear a number from our Indian friends!

Host 2:

Give it up for _____!

5. India Dance (Rishi)

Cultural Night 2010 February 17, 2011 7:00P.M. Script – 1st Draft By: Guia Tala Remedios M. Galvez and Soccii Nenotchka R. Tuason
Host 1: Host 2: (Tries to sing the song and dance to it) Whoa there (Host 1). I know it was catchy but please. Try to maintain a sense of-

Host 1: Host 2: Host 1: Host 2: Host 1:

Decorum? I’d go with trying to salvage your dignity but sure. Decorum works. Well, you know it’s free to dream. Yeah. But keep it that way. A Dream. Just kidding! Hmp. (Fakes being offended) Moving on. We, have a lot more performances in store for you!

Host 2:

Well (Host 1) here’s a little post-valentines performance from our next set of performers. Hey (Host 1), did you have a Valentine’s date?

Host 1: Host 2:

What? Let’s not bring my love life into this! So that would be a no? Haha! You’re right let’s move on. The next dance number’s from the Chinese community of La Salle! It has a romantic and passionate feel to it.

Host 1:

Cool right? And it’s night. Can you feel the love tonight? The Ugyur, one of the 56 ethnic groups of China sure do! So here’s their dance called, “Lift Your Veil”.

6A. China Dance (Monica)

Host 2: Host 1:

Wow that was really sweet. I really felt the intensity of the song. Hmm does that mean you were also lonely last Vday, (Host 2)? I’m betting that’s

Cultural Night 2010 February 17, 2011 7:00P.M. Script – 1st Draft By: Guia Tala Remedios M. Galvez and Soccii Nenotchka R. Tuason
a yes! Anyways, our next performance is Tibetan in nature. It’s a praise to the Host 2: beautiful scene of Lhasa, Tibet. This should be really interesting. And the lyrics are really similar to Louis Armstrong’s classic song, What A Wonderful World. Okay maybe we should let further ado, them perform before you start singing again, (Host 1). Without here’s the group ______!

6B. China Song (Haimo)

Host 1:

Indeed. What a wonderful world. Good job _____! Whew! the judges will have a hard time!

Host 2:

Yes and we’re still on the first 5 performers! There are 6 more numbers for us to see!

Host 1:

Wow! And if you think about it, it’s like we’re all traveling to a different country each time we see and hear their performances!

Host 2:

What a nice insight (Host 1). As a fellow international student, what languages do you speak?

Host 1: Host 2: Host 1: Host 2: Host 1:

(Answers). What about you (Host 2)? I know a bit of this and that. Want a sample of Bahasa Indonesia? Sure. I better be impressed! Kamu cantik/ganteng banget malam ini, tamanku. Why don’t you translate that to our audience? That better mean something

Cultural Night 2010 February 17, 2011 7:00P.M. Script – 1st Draft By: Guia Tala Remedios M. Galvez and Soccii Nenotchka R. Tuason
positive. Host 2: Host 1: I was just complimenting you by saying, you really look good tonight (Host 1). I’m flattered. You look good too. Here’s an Indonesian song number to help us appreciate the wonderful language even more.

7. Indonesia Song (Cecil)

Host 2: Host 1: Host 2: Host 1:

Awesome! I feel like I can speak many languages now! Haha me too. (Host 2) have you ever been to Myanmar? (Answers the question) It used to be called Burma. Did you know that? Yup. They have a traditional dance they perform on special occasions. It celebrates the beauty and sophistication of Myanmar women. And isn’t

this night Host 2:

about celebrations? That’s true! So here they are, _________________.

8. Myanmar-Burma Dance (Seng)

Host 1: Host 2:

Wow! There’s a lot of positivity that’s being radiated by our performers! You’re right and there’s a lot more of that positivity to go around. Our next performance is the epitome of that.

Host 1:

A performance about perseverance, of looking at things through an optimistic perspective and getting along with everyone.

Cultural Night 2010 February 17, 2011 7:00P.M. Script – 1st Draft By: Guia Tala Remedios M. Galvez and Soccii Nenotchka R. Tuason
Host 2: A really good message from our Taiwanese friends. So here they are, performing “When There’s A Will There Is A Way”!

9. Taiwan Song (Semmy)

Host 1: Host 2:

Woaaa! Great performance you guys! That song number just shows the many fine qualities our Taiwanese friends have.

Host 1:

Correct Host 2! They’re exceptionally hard-working, friendly and persevering. Of course, who would not notice their ability to always have a positive

outlook on Host 2:

life! Oi, Host 1! You’re making our Taiwanese friends red from your compliments already! Anyway, let’s travel to another side of the world, shall we? Let’s

fly to the Host 1:

recent location of the World Cup! Africa! Anyway, this is going to be my first time to see a traditional African dance, Host 2!

Host 2:

Really? Well, what are we waiting for? Give it up for ______ everybody!

10. African Dance (Dennis)

Host 1: Host 2:

Impressive! I agree! I’m really blown away by the diversity of our groups!

Cultural Night 2010 February 17, 2011 7:00P.M. Script – 1st Draft By: Guia Tala Remedios M. Galvez and Soccii Nenotchka R. Tuason
Host 1: And there’s more to come! The next is a European soul! Here’s Corrinne, performing for us!

11. Europe Song (Corrinne)

Host 2: Host 1:

That was really touching. Well sung. Indeed. Most of our audiences will be more familiar with the kind of dance that’s next, (Host 2).

Host 2:

Really (Host 1)? Well you’ve a point. We’re near to finishing up! This was such a beautiful night!

Host 1:

I completely agree. And I’m sure our last performance will finish all the performances just as beautifully. Here’s an American-based dance to be performed by Mel. Take the stage!

12. USA Dance (Mel)

Host 1: Host 2: Host 1:

Way the go Mel! I wish I could dance like that! Yeah! Me too, (Host 2)! Wow! What a night! Our performers were really brilliant! Who knows maybe someday one or two of these guys get to become internationally acclaimed performers!

Host 2: Host 1:

I certainly agree! And wow! Look at the time! We’re almost done! Time really does travels fast when we’re enjoying!

Cultural Night 2010 February 17, 2011 7:00P.M. Script – 1st Draft By: Guia Tala Remedios M. Galvez and Soccii Nenotchka R. Tuason
Host 2: Not so fast (Host 1)! Before we reveal the winners for tonight, let us first listen to a Spanish song number from our very own, Innersoul!

13. Intermission (Innersoul, Spanish song #)

Host 1: Host 2:

Innersoul, everybody! That was a difficult song! Even though Spanish was a close language to Tagalog, some Filipinos would still find it especially challenging to learn how to properly speak it. Outstanding job, Innersoul!

Host 1:

I couldn’t agree more! However, (Host 2) there is yet another intermission, this time, a Capoeira! This will be performed by the La Salle Dance Company

Street! Host 2: Alright! So here is LSDC Street! Round of applause everyone!

14. Intermission (LSDC Street, Capoeira #)

Host 1:

Impressive! Again, I wish I could do those amazing moves! But, sad to say, my body’s not that cooperative.

Host 2:

Ha-ha! I would not argue against that, (Host 1). Anyway, are you guys excited to know who the winners are?

Cultural Night 2010 February 17, 2011 7:00P.M. Script – 1st Draft By: Guia Tala Remedios M. Galvez and Soccii Nenotchka R. Tuason
Criteria for Judging Host 1: I’m pretty excited too! But before anything else, we need to tell you first the criteria for judging_________________________.

15. Announcement of winners

Host 2:

There you go! So, without much mindless mumbling from us, we are now going to announce the winners for tonight’s event!

Host 1: Host 2:

Alright! I can feel the excitement in the air already! Drum roll please! The winner for Best Booths are ____________________. Congratulations! Put your hands together for them, everybody!

Host 1:

Now, for the Best Costume award. The winner is ____________________. Well done you guys! You really deserve it! Give it up for __________!

Host 2:

Finally. We are now going to reveal the most awaited award for tonight. The Best Performers award goes to ________________. Congratulations! Splendid performance from all of you! You were all indeed the finest performers

this Host 1: Host 2: Host 1:

evening! Please give them a round of applause! That’s it folks! A warm applause for our winners! Let’s invite LSDC Street onstage for our show Finale! We hope you had a really great time travelling from one country to another tonight! Again I’m (Name).

Host 2:

And I’m (Name). Thanks for being a great audience! And thank you for

Cultural Night 2010 February 17, 2011 7:00P.M. Script – 1st Draft By: Guia Tala Remedios M. Galvez and Soccii Nenotchka R. Tuason
the wonderful performances by our international students! Great Job! Animo La Salle!

16. Finale (LSDC Street)

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