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Curtains for Nancy Drew and the Halloween Hoax

i Oct 27th 2 Comments by

Now that the applause has faded and the cast party has been cleaned up, it’s nice to reflect on what a wonder of collaboration Nancy Drew and the Halloween Hoax has been. It was an ambitious, quirky little show from the start, and every time a challenge arose, there was someone in the WAG community stepping up to find a solution. From our ghost writer WAG mom to our teenage stage manager, to our treasurer/set designer, we were all stretched a little further than we had been before. For as exciting as it was to sell out two shows and hear a variety of audience accolades, the real measure of success has not changed from our very first season: the glowing faces of the children on cast and crew, beaming with pride in a job well-done.

We are grateful for the opportunity to serve WAG as co-directors; it has offered us a unique perspective on the beauty of community theatre.

One last time, we thank all of the ND families and WAG Board & Production Team for your sacrifices over the last several weeks. You’ve touched our hearts and made Wylie a better place.

Gratefully,
Emily Carter & Sara Meyer

The cast and directors of Nancy Drew & the Halloween Hoax

The cast and directors of Nancy Drew & the Halloween Hoax

Comments

  1. Amy Masters
    October 31, 2013 at 4:28 pm

    Thank you Emily and Sara! It was a pleasure to work with you and such a fun play to be a part of. Thanks to everyone at WAG for providing this service for our kids and our community.

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  2. Gabriela
    December 4, 2013 at 8:33 am

    It was our first experience in theatre. My son and I learned a lot and had a great time. We met wonderful and dedicated people we now admire. Oir family is looking forward to participate next year. Thank you!

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