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7th Grade Play Performance Party!

Thursday, February 7, 2019

This program will take place on Thursday, February 14th from school dismissal until the end of the 7th Grade performance at 6:00pm. Students will be checked in immediately after school is over for the day, have a pizza party and opportunity to play on the playground, and then be escorted to and supervised during the 7th Grade Play performance. Parents will pick their student(s) up at the end of the show (6:00pm) at the Theater/Community Room in the Logan Loft. The fee for this program is $15.

This promises to be an amazing show, read on to learn more about Burgundy's 7th Grade presentation of Tuck Everlasting!

Burgundy is honored to perform the famous story of Tuck Everlasting, based on the novel by Natalie Babbitt. This story tells the tale of a family, the Tucks, who live day to day in a simple way because they will in fact live forever. They meet a young girl who is seeking adventure that is different from her daily, formal routine. She is given a chance to make the most important choice of her young life. The 7th grade has been hard at work to learn more about the playwriting process by devising/ adapting the story of the town of Treegap, where the play takes place. The student written scenes called, The Tales of Treegap, will show this fictional town through four time periods and they will tell the tale of the Tuck family throughout. Come on out and support the 7th grade class of 2020, Thursday, February 14th at 4:30pm.

What is time? Time is everything! It's time for the 7th grade play! The 7th Grade Play Performance Party is a great way for your student to enjoy this amazing show with all of their friends!

You can register your student(s) here. Registration will close on Wednesday, February 13, at 12pm. This program has a limited number of spaces so register your student(s) today!

Please contact Hugh Squire (hughs@burgundyfarm.org) or Laura Motaweh (lauram@burgundyfarm.org) if you have any questions.