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Month: February 2016

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A Few More Words About Growth

It’s been a few days since Pride and Prejudice closed, and I think we’re starting to catch our breath and, however reluctantly, to let it go. But I had a few reflections that I wanted to share, about some of what the kids have experienced. And in the end, it seems to be boiling down to …

Pride – ALL Pride – About Pride and Prejudice!

This is production week for our Pride and Prejudice. As I write, we have gone through two of our four shows, and our five months of hard work are coming to fruition in some beautiful performances. The play runs a full three hours (though we did make cuts to the school show, it still went two …

Pride and Prejudice Article in the Windsor Star!

On Saturday, February 6th, Riverfront enjoyed a visit with a photographer from the Windsor Star at our rehearsal.  In the meantime, prior to the paper coming out yesterday, Sharon Hill, reporter with the Star, spent a lot of time interviewing both Kristina and Caroline about how the play came together. Coverage like this is always really …

The Crunch is ON!

With just under two weeks to go until we open with Pride and Prejudice, the crunch at RTC is definitely on.  Everyone and everything is getting busier and busier by the moment. Costuming is probably the most intense thing going on behind the scenes – but they’re doing such beautiful things, that I’d really like to bring you …

The Pride and Prejudice Study Guide

Planning to bring out some students in a couple of weeks to see our Pride and Prejudice?  Coming to see it yourself, but feeling a little rusty? The story is actually quite easy to follow, but for those who are looking for a breakdown, or points to ponder – please, feel welcome to the following …