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North Rowan students review ‘Twelfth Night’

Ms. McCrimmon’s 8th grade class at North Rowan Middle School recently saw Piedmont Players Theatre’s performance of “Twelfth Night.” Here are excerpts of their reviews.
“Twelfth Night” performances will take place Friday and Saturday at the Norvell Theater. Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for students and senior citizens.

“The whole experience was really enjoyable.” — Felix Espinal
“Olivia was my favorite character because she acted so good that it made me want to be on stage one day.” — Selena
“Overall, I gave this play four stars out of five.” — Jacob Young
“The fool was really funny.” — Xochiltl Nunez
“The costume design was fantastic and realistic.” — Vivien Rudisell
“The crowd was pleased, and we all enjoyed it very much.” — McGwire Smith
“The fool had to be my favorite by far.” — Taylor Walker
“My favorite scene was when Viola and Sebastian were reunited.” — Coby Weant
“It was entertaining, funny, and a good thing to watch.” — Tristyn Flowers
“My favorite part of the play was when the fool was singing.” — Anthony Espinal
“It was serious and funny all in the right parts.” ­— Taylor Ellis
“The play was brilliantly plotted and perfectly paced.” — Kevaun F.
“They kept it realistic because they dressed and talked like they did in Shakespeare’s time.” — Austin Richard
“I think the actresses did an extraordinary job and played their roles really well.” — Adaziah Anderson
“Overall, the actors were excellent during their performance in the play.” — Shy’Kim C.
“The actors were perfect, they were funny, and did everything right.” — Alex Bautista
“The actors were very bright, loud, and enthusiastic.” — Trinity Moss
“I would have liked if the fool had a crazy family added in because there would have been more funny parts.” — Mahyia McIntyre

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