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Local students review ‘The Boxcar Children’

Local elementary schools got a preview of the Norvell Theater’s production of “The Boxcar Children” this week. The play is produced in partnership with Salisbury Academy.

Enochville Elementary, second grade:

My favorite character in “The Boxcar Children” was Jessie because she is smart like me when it comes up to things like math and reading and books. My favorite part of “The Boxcar Children” was when the lawn mower came out because the sound was cool! -Carly

I give “The Boxcar Children” two thumbs up. I think the four characters that played the children are really good. I think that the props were really good and I especially liked the boxcar. I also loved the lighting a lot! – CJ

I give “The Boxcar Children” five out of five stars because I think the actors were great in the play and the costumes looked real. The setting looked like I was in the play. -Joey

I give “The Boxcar Children” five out of five stars because the their acting and their clothes. I really liked the play and everything about it. I sat in the back and I know I saw everything perfectly! Sawyer

I gave “The Boxcar Children” a 10 out of 10 stars rating because I liked the boxcar. It had seats at the bottom of it and it had an office at the top where the police was.  –Kyson

Bostian Elementary, second grade:

I liked everything about the play! Violet and Jesse were my favorite because one was a good cook and the other was a good sister. You have to go see it!Reese B.

I really liked the play! I liked seeing the characters in the big boxcar on the stage! -Ava V.

You should go see this play! It was neat to see kids be the actors.Landon M.

“The Boxcar Children” was amazing. You need to see it. When you go to the show, you will laugh, cry and be interested too. – Braylee H. 

 You can watch the play too! It was so fun. It will be this weekend. – Aleah M.

Go see the play because they were orphans and lived in a trailer. – Trinity C. 

“The Boxcar Children” was the best play I have ever seen. The children were orphans and they escaped! – Landon A.

 You should go see “The Boxcar Children” because it is funny. – Anthony O.

“The Boxcar Children” was awesome. You need to go there. – Karlie B.

It was a great show! It’s creative. -Robbie S.

I like it when they got under the blanket and went to sleep. – Ayden M.

You need to see the play because it is fun. -Nathan W.

“The Boxcar Children” is good because it is about children running away. – Katie S.

It was good and cool! – Maddox H.

I enjoyed the part where the kids were able to work together and survive on their own! – Peyton B.

You can go see “The Boxcar Children” on Nov. 11 and Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m. and on Nov. 12 and 19 at 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m at the Norvell Theater, 135 E. Fisher St. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students and seniors. For tickets call 704-633-5471 or purchase online at PiedmontPlayers.com

 

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