Saturday, August 23, 2008

Teague's Performance

Our Internet has been down for a couple of days, and I have also been doing other stuff. So, sorry about the lack of posting. I have a whole list of posts that I have to do.

Teague's Dramatic Discoveries performance was actually a whole week ago. It ended up being standing room only which is a good thing, it means the program is growing. He was so excited to finally be in the spotlight. When I saw him come walking onto the stage in his bee costume, I got a little bit teary-eyed. Both my kidlets...such naturals...unlike their mom who really has to work at it. Anyway....his little play was called "Mrs. Tiddlemouse." All the kids in it were 5 years old, so needless to say, it was adorable. Teague had been practicing his one line for two weeks, so he had it down pat, "I'm staying put!" He said it perfectly, I could hear him and understand him. YES! He also had another line that was recorded, "Mr. Jackson went to look in the kitchen." I recognized his voice and his line immediately. I was just oozing with Pride......
We didn't get any still pictures of him in his bee costume because we were recording. These pictures are after all of the performances are done and everyone is saying goodbye until next year!

Teague with his classmate, Ellie.

Teague with his classmate, Max.

Teague with his classmate, Zev. Zev was a fellow Gosling in Charlotte's Web.

Teague with his classmate Eleanor. Eleanor is Piper's friend Robin's little sister.

Teague with his stage craft teacher, Zac.

Teague with his company teacher, Stephanie. Stephanie was Charlotte in Charlotte's Web.

Teague with one of his music teachers, Steve.

Teague with program director, Penny.

I am so grateful that my kidlets have been able to be a part of Youth Theatre. I don't think that there is a better program. Every single one of the teachers are there because they love theatre and understand the importance of teaching the kids not only theatre, but Life. I have never met nor worked with such a talented group of people, it's true. Thank you so much to Penny and anybody that is involved with this fabulous program.


Palmer Family said...

That kid is soooooooooo cute!