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Enochville fourth-graders review ‘A Thousand Cranes’

“A Thousand Cranes” concludes at the Norvell Theater with three public performances this weekend: Friday at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday at 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for students and senior.
Fourth-graders from Enochville Elementary School got to see the play this week. Here’s what they thought:
I like the play because I like their acting.
— Avileny

I like the play. They did a very good job on remembering the things they did. I would give the 4 out of 5 stars.
— Anthony

I like the play because I liked when the boy was turning into a frog and when the face said stuff.
— Trey

I love the play because it had really good actors. They had cool sounds. They didn’t mess up. They had a good girl that did perfect!
— Kayleigh

My favorite part about the play was the costumes. I thought they were very beautiful. I also liked the dances.
— Leah

5 stars … I give it this rating because I really liked the story and it creativity
— Jonah

I liked the play a lot. It was very cool because the girl was very nice. It was cool how they did so good. But it was sad because the girl dies.
— Amber

I give it 5 stars because I loved seeing Sadako pull through her sickness doing whatever it takes to get better.
— Sydney

The play was a lot different than the book and movie. I like it. The play was shorter than I thought it would be. It was funny and good. I liked the play. I want to see it again.
— Celina

I like the play. I personally didn’t understand it because I didn’t read the book. I kinda want to see it again.
— Blake
I really like I really like the play, it was different. Maybe next time I will take my family. I didn’t understand some parts but it was good.
— Logan

I love the play. I wish I could see it again. I rate this play 5 out 5 stars.
— Sean

I would give this play 5 stars cause it was a good play. It was sad when Sadako died. I thought that the play was awesome.
— Robert

I really love the play. I would give it 5 stars. I loved the way they folded the giant paper crane. I hope to see it again next year because it was amazing.
— Lily

I liked the play. I would like to see it again.
— Kayla

I thought the play was short but it was interesting. When the bomb dropped it scared me.
— Kali

I liked the play. Out of 5 stars, I would give it 4. I would like to see it again.
— Colby

I give it 5 stars because it was entertaining. It kept my attention. The people were good actors.
— Allysa

My favorite thing about the play was at the end when they had the umbrellas out.
— Makayla

I personally thought that the actors did a FANTASTIC performance! They really “hooked” me with all of the dramatic events! My favorite character in the play was Sadako because she was kind and has so much courage!
— Caroline

I like the play because there was a lot of boom, paw and kapaw. It was sad whenever Sadako died.
— Carson

I loved the play because it had excitement all characters. Sadako was full of energy everyone did really well.
— Amanda

I liked the play. It was a good play. I liked how at the beginning they made a big paper crane.
— Austin


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