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Play was a 'Beauty'

| Monday, March 24, 2014, 9:00 p.m.

Play was a ‘Beauty'

On March 21, I was privileged to attend the Highlands Middle School spring musical, “Beauty & The Beast Jr.” The experience was uplifting.

The student cast put on a Broadway-worthy performance, proving that all of the practice, hard work and dedication they put into preparation really paid off.

The choreography was excellent and the stage presence of these future thespians was nothing short of breathtaking.

As these talented young artists sang and danced, I could not help but get swept up by their enthusiasm.

The set designs were very professional; I'd expect to see these in a show in New York City. The stage crew changed sets swiftly and quietly, adding to the enjoyable performance.

Great job, Highlands. Be very proud of yourselves. And don't take my word for it — the evidence was in the standing ovation at the finale!

Bob McClafferty


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