Congratulations to WBES for production

Congratulations to all the students and staff of West Boundary Elementary School on your recent BRILLIANT performance of The Castaways.

Editor, The Times:

Congratulations to all the students and staff of West Boundary Elementary School on your recent BRILLIANT performance of The Castaways.

What an enjoyable evening!

The stage set was really well put together, the group of young modern- day actors had obviously put in a lot of work to learn their scripts, the stage actors were very entertaining, and the singing by all the cast as well as the choir was just super!

The adults involved in the production (including the RCMP officers who, although Irish, often spoke with Scottish accents) should be commended for their joyful participation, especially the Italian couple who ran the bakery, the two ladies from Children’s Aid and the sleazy villain (Mr. Foy himself).

The “castaways” themselves were a joy to watch and should be very proud of all their performances.

Also the audio-visual film credits at the end were amusing and very professionally done.

Congratulations again to everyone involved for a magnificent production!

G. Manson, Midway

 

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