Fine Arts

Into the Woods Jr.

Dear Parents,

It is with sadness we have been obligated to cancel our production of Into the Woods Jr.  However, despite the fact our community won't be able to enjoy the production this week, my team and I feel it important to pass on our overwhelming sense of pride for the cast and what they achieved in their rehearsal process. 

The very first rehearsal began with setting the goal of our first school musical being a great experience for all the community.  It was to be the schools play and a celebration. Without a doubt, the continuing professionalism was by far the greatest success of this production.  Additionally, the willingness of the community to buy tickets and offer in-kind support was overwhelming - everything from engineering expertise to food donations to keep the directors going!

Every cast member, crew and teacher brought joy into the rehearsal room.  Every one of you showed that you believed in the production and trusted in the process.  So yes, thank you to all of the parents and supporting teachers.  Finally, congratulations to our cast who poured their hearts into this production and showed us many new facets of leadership.


Taylor   Palleschi   Ng   Sharma   Renner    Rydahl    Stvarnik     Martin    Cousin     Wattamaniuk    Fuchshuber

We would also like to thank these community partners:

  • Central Memorial High School PVA program:  Mr Mulloy and  Mr Simon for incredible technical support.
  • Anonymous Hollywood film production unit for a donation of scenery backdrops
  • FFCA for Costume Loans
  • Eventbrite for forfeiting ticket fees for our ticket holders. 

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