School’s per­for­mance mag­i­cal

South Waikato News - - Community Cookbook - FRANCES FER­GU­SON

Cargill Open Plan School’s bright­est stars will shine bright in their lat­est pro­duc­tion.

‘‘What a Knight," is a hu­mor­ous story about a young squire who is ex­pelled from Knight school.

Watt Cobblers re­luc­tantly be­comes Mer­lin’s new ap­pren­tice but trou­ble is never far away.

A cas­tle full of colour­ful char­ac­ters join in the fun in­clud­ing pre­co­cious princesses, a talk­ing dragon and not for­get­ting, Mer­lin and his magic mir­ror.

Prin­ci­pal Rhonda Rayner said the whole school had been re­hears­ing their lines through­out the term.

‘‘Every­one will def­i­nitely be in for a sur­prise. It’s real magic.

‘‘It an awe­some ex­pe­ri­ence for our kids. You get to see them blos­som. It’s a valu­able op­por­tu­nity.’’

The play is writ­ten by a long time favourite, writer Craig Hawes who is pop­u­lar with stu­dents and teach­ers.

This is ev­i­dent with the play be­ing per­formed six-years ago.

The whole school will be in­volved with the pro­duc­tion and each class will have a dance role.

Rayner said a lot of work has been put into mak­ing the night a suc­cess’’.

The fi­nal pub­lic per­for­mance will start at 7pm on Wed­nes­day April 13 at the school. En­try fee is a gold coin do­na­tion.

Dio Quaife, Nathan Seal, Keira Win­ter, Natasha Chen, Ta­mara War­ren and Kaeja Le­paio-gamlen will join their class­mates in a hi­lar­i­ous per­for­mance guar­an­teed to crack a smile.

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