Students collaborated throughout every phase of the play process, from imagining the characters and foods who would be in the play, to brainstorming ideas for what they'd like their play to include (such as a guest appearance by Mr. Pyke and a dance party ending), to imagining what problems might arise in the plot, to designing the scenery, posters, and programs. Throughout the past month, 2B students were very busy learning lines, cues, song lyrics, and movements to bring their play to life, as well as learning acting skills that helped them convey their message to the audience. 2B students also strengthened their bravery muscles by trying new foods outside of school and sharing photos of their experiences. The stars of the 2B play encouraged us all to try new foods and take risks, and we are so proud of them.
2B would like to thank their families and all of the faculty and staff who helped them to make their play process a successful and joyful learning experience. Special thanks go to Mr. Ely, who worked with students creatively on building their acting skills, projection, and blocking, Mrs. Arcilla and Mrs. Robertson, who provided special creative expertise with costumes, Mr. Pyke, who made a guest appearance, Mr. Odell, who loaned costumes, Mr. Brown, for setting up the chairs, Ms. DuRant, for her help with the backdrop and posters, Mrs. Smith, for all of her expertise and help with songs and music, and Mrs. Weaver, for blocking and choreography.