Letter: Congratulations to St. Augustine School’s play

The school’s production of Beauty and the Beast was well received

Dear Editor,

I want to congratulate the St. Augustine School for the wonderful job they did in presenting The Beauty and the Beast.

The acting was very well and passionately done; the costumes were very creative and helped to understand the story better. The sound effects were good, especially the ones with the wolf pack. The best part was that the students of the school did all the work required to produce the play-the costumes, sets, props and fabrication.

As many children as possible were included — the Grade 4s in the kitchen costumes were an interesting addition to the play. Keep up the good work!

Nettie Riley

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