Students make merry in Robin Hood play

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photo credits: Avrin61r58 on common creative images

photo credits: Avrin61r58 on common creative images
photo credits: Avrin61r58 on common creative images

Students in seventh, eighth and ninth grade participated in the production of The Very Unmerry Adventures Of Robin Hood Oct 23 and 24. Over seventy students took part in the production.

  “Students participated in making props, costumes, sounds, lights, ushering, and of course, the cast,” drama club adviser Alyssa Becher said.“Blocking the cast on stage, was definitely the hardest part.”

 “I was Sheriff Nottingham in the play,” ,inth grader, Mason Stumpf said.

 Over 400 people attended the play.

 “A lot of people who came said it was great,” Becher said. “Many parents helped out by providing costumes which was extremely helpful.  My favorite part was getting to spend time with the students and seeing their acting grow and seeing them work so hard.”

 “My favorite part was when Nathan Rairie did his modeling part,” Stumpf said.

 “I’m glad I joined drama because it takes up a lot of my time and keeps me busy,” Stumpf said.

 “We will be having a spring musical this year too,” Becher said.

 “I’ll probably continue with drama,” Stumpf said.