for hundreds of school kids and hundreds of proud parents and grandparents. Not that most of us understood it since it was all in French!
I helped make costumes (with my new found sewing talent-yikes) and spent a weekend with some other parents making sets. Its amazing what you can come up with some untalented but motivated parents and a fridge full of beer 🙂
We made each piece so it could be part of the village scenery on one side and part of the castle on the other. In the pictures below, the village house on the left, when spun around, becomes the ballroom in the castle (the picture below it.)
The kids did a great job. Most learned two roles and they switched around for each production. Nicole was a wolf and a dentist in all three shows. She loved having a part but not having to say any lines.