Granite students review ‘The Jack Tales’

  • Posted: Thursday, February 21, 2013 12:11 a.m.

“The Jack Tales” is playing this week at the Norvell Theater. Fifth-graders at Granite Quarry Elementary School watched the play Wednesday. Here are their reviews:

I thought this play was brilliant. Jack tale was funny. But I didn’t get why they kept changing the character why just leave Jack the way he is? My favorite one was Jack and Ol’ Greasy Beard. It showed even though his brother always messed with him they always had each other’s back. We got to see four, but you can see all six Friday, Saturday and Sunday.


— Zihir Glenn

Have you ever heard of Jack Tales? It is a Norvell Theater play and I thought it was very unique and cute. Each scene was different and I enjoyed it. The last scene summed it all together and to find out how, you need to go see the play Jack Tales.

— Sarah Margaret Dyer

Have you ever wanted to see a fun and exciting play? Then you should see Jack Tales! You should see this play because it was very interesting. Also there was a lot of exciting scenes. This was one of the best plays I have ever seen.

— Ethan Mastro

Jack Tales was the best set of plays I have ever seen! If you want to see what happens, then watch the play.  I loved this play, I give it 5 stars.

— Nick Gumiela

If you want to watch acts were a kid named Jack is always getting in trouble?  Then you should watch these acts, “John & The Robbers,” “Jack and the The Witch’s Tale,” “Foolish Jack,” and “Jack and Ol’ Greasy Beard.”

— Alejandro Murrillo

If you want to find out who the Ol’ Greasy Beard man is and what he does then you’ll have to see this play.  This play is a great play so go see it.

— Jaleigh Usher

Do you like fun plays? I know I do! If you do enjoy fun, exciting stories, you should go see the play Jack Tales at the Norvell Theater. In the first story, John and the Robber, John runs away from home. Along the way, he meets many sad animals that travel with him. But after a while, they get lost. They come across an empty house. That house is a robber’s house. Find out what happens in John and the Robbers!

— Jacob KiSamore

Today we saw the play, Jack Tales. This was one of the coolest plays ever! Even though they changed parts, I liked it! If you get to see this play, then I hope you like and enjoy it as much as I did.

— Dylan Goodnight

Have you ever seen the play Jack Tales? If you haven’t, you should!! This play was a very funny and exciting play about a young boy named Jack! If you want to find out what happens at the end of each scene, you’ll have to see Jack Tales!!!

— Sam Gobble

I really liked them all, and you will to if you go to see Jack Tales. I didn’t get to see two of them but I know they are good too. I think that they were great and funny. I hop you can go and see all the Jack Tales.

— Summer Webb

Personally, I loved watching this play. I would recommend this play to anyone who likes adventure and comedy.

— Olivia Kesler

If you want to see something fascinating you would go to the play John and the Robbers on Friday of this week and Saturday of this week and next week.

— Jillian Vogel

“The Jack Tales” public performances are Friday and March 1 at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday and March 2 at 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for students and seniors. The Norvell Theater — Piedmont Players’ venue for youth productions — is at 135 E. Fisher St.

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