Fractured fairytale to be presented at MES
|“Sleeping Beauty,” with a different twist, will be presented by the Middlesex Elementary School drama club. Above, actors react to an outrageous statement made by the king, played by Jacob Downs, as the queen (Sara Hale) covers his mouth. Other actors include, from left Alexis Alley, Catalina Warren, Maria Esquivel, Lena Mason and Victoria Dunham-Quigley. (Photo by Tom Chillemi)|
The Middlesex Elementary School drama club will present Robert Reed’s “Sleeping Beauty” on Tuesday, February 9, at 6 p.m. in the school gymnasium at Locust Hill. Admission is a canned good that will be donated to The Cryer Center.
The cast consists of about 30 students in third through fifth grades. “The students have been rehearsing since October, and can’t wait to show-off all of their hard work,” said director Gayle Segall, the MES media specialist. “Please join us for this hilarious and fractured version of the classic fairytale.”