Dear March, Part II

Murphy Centre Kids

Murphy Centre Kids

Every year, ACT (a community theatre) co-ordinates the PEI Community Theatre Festival, held in March on or near World Theatre Day.  As an active ACT member, for the third year in a row I was asked to photograph the event. This is the second of several Theatre Thursday postings.

Rag-Tag Players are part of the Murphy Community Centre’s programming for youngsters which gets kids not just to act material, but to create it.   They created and performed “Dear March…” at the 2016 PEI Community Theatre Festival.  It was charming, colourful and the kids were delightful.

Murphy Centre Kids

Murphy Centre Kids

There were three parts to their show: a dramatized version of Emily Dickinson’s Dear March (no photos); a mini-play (last Thursday’s post) and The Dance of the Fairy Choosing (today’s photos.)   March, from last week’s post, is on the right of the photo below.

Murphy Centre Kids

Murphy Centre Kids

Murphy Centre Kids

Murphy Centre Kids

Murphy Centre Kids

Murphy Centre Kids

Also submitted for this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge: Dance.

 

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6 comments on “Dear March, Part II

  1. Naomi says:

    Sweet pictures!

    • BuntyMcC says:

      Sweet kids and they were obviously really enjoying themselves. Hats off too, to parents who make such eye-catching costumes.

  2. I can see how much the kids were enjoying themselves, and you really did a marvelous job with the low light.

    • BuntyMcC says:

      Thanks. Cameras have really come a long way in letting you shoot with a high IS0 and still getting a not-too-noisy/grainy photo.

  3. These photos are just delightful! Those kids look like they were having a wonderful time. Thanks for sharing ..

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