Selena Horne pets her cow Milky White during Charles Hay Secondary School’s performance of “Into the Woods” on Dec. 9 at the Lester Centre. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

A woodland fairy tale

CHSS students took over the Lester Centre Dec. 7-9 to perform “Into the Woods”

Charles Hays Secondary School students took over the Lester Centre to perform “Into the Woods”, a musical that combines elements of popular fairy tales including Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk, Rapunzel, Cinderella and several others.

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Twenty-two students were involved in the production and performance of the play, which took place over three days.

Director Alison O’Toole said the groups performance went above and beyond what she expected.

“It really exceeded expectations,” she said. “I’m really proud of this bunch.”



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Morgan Verissimo, Zosia Stevenson, Matthew Smith, Henry Vo, Hannah Holf, Marvin Wilson, Kathy Nguyen, Andy Chugh and Corbin Basso all take the stage during Charles Hay Secondary School’s performance of “Into the Woods” on Dec. 9 at the Lester Centre. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

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