The costumes were great and quite colorful. In addition to high schoolers, the musical featured grade school children who often stole the show--They were adorable.
"Anna" was terrific; I'm sure her parents are proud as heck! Of course, she sang beautifully, but I was also very impressed with her wardrobe! Each of her dresses were gorgeous...
Take at look at this next photo and consider for just a second that it took me four hours to simply paint that blue sky and the clouds (the photo shows only about half of the sky). They had at least four major backdrops and sets, all which had to be built, painted, and/or assembled. So don't pat me on the back for helping; clearly, my help was just a drop in a very, very large bucket.
This trio was wonderful in its supporting role.
(These scenes are the Uncle Tom's Cabin play-within-a-play scene.)
There's Kendall, in the greenish skirt; she was one of the king's wives. They did a wonderful job, too.
And here she is (in the teal skirt) in the scene in which the wives were all dressed up in western clothing in order to impress a visiting Englishman.
Here's Kendall with my mom and Grandma 4444, who could not praise the show enough--so proud of Kendall and the whole cast.
I'm so happy that Kendall enjoys doing musicals so much and has two more years to continue.
I've heard that teenage girls can create a lot of drama;
thankfully, this is the kind Kendall loves best :)
p.s. Many of these photos were taken by a friend with a much nicer camera than mine.
(Thanks for sharing, Rolean! :)