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Chase Simmons, who portrays the Beast in “The Enchantment of Beauty and the Beast” at Jefferson Elementary School, participates in a dress rehearsal.PRESS PHOTO BY BEVERLY SPRINGERSee additional photos on Page A2. Chase Simmons, who portrays the Beast in “The Enchantment of Beauty and the Beast” at Jefferson Elementary School, participates in a dress rehearsal.PRESS PHOTO BY BEVERLY SPRINGERSee additional photos on Page A2.
Madame Rondeau, delivers the news that the fortune her greedy daughters, Marguerite and Isabel, and their husbands, Greedo and Graspo, are expecting has been lost. Beauty, the unselfish daughter, listens sympathetically. Pictured, left to right, are: Madame Rondeau, played by Ella Simmons; Beauty, played by Kate Lyons; Brutus (the family dog), played by Carolina Snyder; Greedo, played by Jimmy Madame Rondeau, delivers the news that the fortune her greedy daughters, Marguerite and Isabel, and their husbands, Greedo and Graspo, are expecting has been lost. Beauty, the unselfish daughter, listens sympathetically. Pictured, left to right, are: Madame Rondeau, played by Ella Simmons; Beauty, played by Kate Lyons; Brutus (the family dog), played by Carolina Snyder; Greedo, played by Jimmy
PRESS PHOTOS BY BEVERLY SPRINGERThe full cast of “The Enchantment of Beauty and the Beast” at Jefferson Elementary School gathers for a photo April 26 during dress rehearsal. PRESS PHOTOS BY BEVERLY SPRINGERThe full cast of “The Enchantment of Beauty and the Beast” at Jefferson Elementary School gathers for a photo April 26 during dress rehearsal.

JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Thursday, May 3, 2018 by BEVERLY SPRINGER Special to The Press in Local News

‘The Enchantment of Beauty and the Beast’ performed April 28

Lead by volunteer drama club director Lisa Edelman and supported by a staff of parent volunteers, East Penn’s Jefferson Elementary School students presented “The Enchantment of Beauty and the Beast” during two performances April 28.

This version of the classic tale, written for student performers, features original music and lyrics. Approximately 40 Jefferson Elementary School students appeared in two performances.