“Animal Estates”

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HUTCHINSON SCHOOL– Students from the Conservatory at Concordia College put on a play for third, fourth, and fifth graders at Hutchinson Elementary School called “Animal Estates!”

“Animal Estates” was a funny musical that went on at Hutchinson School. The rabbit kept calling the purple marlin a duck, and that was very funny for most people.

Sophia Pizzutiello said, “I liked how they tried their hardest on the play, and I think they did a great job.”

Delia Lavallee added, “I thought it was interesting to learn about where all the different animals lived.”

Nora Maguire commented, “I think it was good that we had an assembly  about different animals.”

Lucy Ow replied, “I liked the acting and the singing in the play.”

This was a very funny play. Many adults and children enjoyed all of the singing, dancing and acting. They all had a great time!

The actors did a really good job on this play and it was really funny!

We hope that you enjoyed this play if you saw it!

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2 Responses to ““Animal Estates””

  1. Lucy Ow on June 13th, 2017 3:28 pm

    What a long article!😀😀

  2. Lucy Ow on December 21st, 2017 7:42 pm

    Looks like you worked very hard on your article! I loved that show! It was really silly!

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