MAD : Exposed!

Posted: 25/07/2010 in General

MAD Charity Show 2010

brought to you by the people of UNDP

You’ve seen details of our event, you know when and where it’s happening, but do you know what and why?

WHAT!

On the night of the 30th, we will create a magical ambiance incorporating some aspects of fantasy.

Ie: We’re going to blow you out of this world.

The highlight of the night is a one hour(approx) dance performance directed by Judimar Hernandez. Through this dance showcase, we will be telling you a touching story of dreams and hope. The tale revolves around a girl who aspires to be a dancer but whose dream is shattered when she is diagnosed with leukemia, Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma to be specific. Its cancer of the lymph nodes. Her emotions, thoughts and battle against the deadly disease unfolds on stage through the graceful and clean lines of the dancers.

You’ve seen broadway, you’ve seen musicals and you’ve seen people dance.

But this, this is something entirely different.
There will be no dialogue, no acting, no singing, only a story told through dance.

This is art personified.

WHY!

It’s for charity, and its as simple as that.
We’re doing this because this is something we believe in, something we’re passionate about.

The money raised goes to Make-A-Wish Foundation and after this we get to grant the wishes of countless of kids in Malaysia!

Some may say that this won’t change the fact that the children are sick, but if it makes them happy, even for a day, isn’t that worth it?

Having their wishes granted gives them satisfaction, happiness and contentment.

It gives them hope, and everyone needs hope to carry on.

We are making a difference, a little bit at a time.

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