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AFTER THE BATTLE

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AFTER THE BATTLE

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Grace James, Entertainment Writer

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Recently here at Heritage, the Drama Club performed their Spring production of “Game Of Tiaras.” “Game Of Tiaras” had a large crowd, and many cast members said they had amazing performances. Being in the play, I know how much hard work our cast and Ms. Murray put into this production. It took many practices, during and after school, as well as a lot of dedication. This hard work and dedication definitely paid off in the long run for our entire cast. Last Saturday was our parent show, and it went really well. We had a bigger and more interactive crowd for the second than the first show on Saturday. The school shows on Thursday went well too. Harlie Davis, who played Ellie, said, “It was an amazing experience playing Ellie, and I really loved doing my interpretive dance.” I personally loved being able to play my favorite princess, Cinderella, with an evil twist. Being able to play Cinderella with Regina George’s personality was my favorite part of the show, as well as the beautiful dress. Brynn Dean played the French Prince of Bel Air and said, “I loved how I was able to challenge audiences’ expectations with a prince, even though I am a female. I also liked how I was able to challenge myself with being a French man.” Snow White, who was played by Jeffery Minor, said, “It was so fun being the first Disney princess, getting to wear that beautiful dress and cracking cringy jokes. My favorite part in the play was where I had my head cut off, the fake head falling out of the hole and rolling on the floor is so iconic. I also like the part as I brought out Joe Kenda as Gabbie Bryson named off the victims of battle.” In addition to the beloved princesses, one of the narrators played by Summey said, “I love telling stories, so of course I loved my part as a narrator. Not only are they wise, but they also are very humorous.” Whether you saw it or not, “Game Of Tiaras” was a production that was full of comedic drama and plenty of jokes that were sure to make you laugh.

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