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Published on November 27, 2012

Belle walks through the town with her nose in a book as townspeople sing about how odd she is.

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Belle and her father Maurice sing No Matter What.

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Belle, disgusted by Gaston’s advances, wonders what else there is in life.

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After agreeing to live with the Beast if he would spare her father’s life, Belle meets Mrs. Potts and Madame de la Bouche.

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The Silly Girls swoon over Gaston.

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King’s-Edgehill School witnessed a full house when they performed their rendition of Disney’s popular musical Beauty and the Beast Nov. 22-23. Pictured here is Belle, played by Hants County native Emily MacMillan, arguing with the Beast, played by Michael Dennis, over going to dinner. Trying to ease the tension between the two is Cogsworth, played by Brayden Graves. 

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During the song Be Our Guest, the stage came alive with activity. Pictured is one of the plates (played by Amadia Collins).

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Ever flirting with one another, Lumiere and Babette dance during the Be Our Guest number.

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Members of the pit band had to learn a number of beloved songs for the KES production of Beauty and the Beast. Pictured are Emma Belliveau (alto saxophone) and Rachel Huntington (French horn).

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After the Beast risks his life to save Belle, she returns with him to the castle to tend to his wounds.

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As a gesture of affection, the Beast brings Belle to his library and the pair read a book together.

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Chip was charming a cup of tea.

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Belle and the Beast enjoy a meal while Mrs. Potts sang the timeless classic Beauty and the Beast.

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Belle’s love of the Beast helped break the enchanted spell, causing the Beast to once again be a prince.

King’s-Edgehill School enchanted the audience with their latest production — Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. Held at the school’s Fountain Performing Arts Centre Nov. 22-24, the musical was a sold out success. Starring in lead roles were Emily MacMillan (Belle), Michael Dennis (Beast), Ben Jodrey (Gaston), Zachary Lakes (Maurice), Nico Castro-Folker (LeFou), Ryan Connor (Lumiere — a candelabra), Brayden Graves (Cogsworth — a clock), Katie Daniels (Mrs. Potts — a teapot), Layla Green (Chip — a teacup; and a wolf), Meredith Avalos (Babette — a feather duster), Maria LeDuc (Madame de la Bouche — a wardrobe), Orion Leidl Wilson (Monsieur D’Arque; and a shepherd), and Tori Marsman, Keyleigh Gravel, and Eleanor Gallant (Gaston’s Silly Girls). Rounding out the cast of townspeople and enchanted objects were Mykaela Collins, Andrew Nott, Riley Peckford, Jensen Sham, Friederike Wilke, Abena Danquah, Justin Nelson, Alex Creedon, Sarah Hickman, David Lee, Robyn Githinji, Renata Hidalgo, Jacinta DeLeon, Sage Sibanda, Amadia Collins, Emma Dufour, Brandon Mullen, Sara Jones, and Matthew Pothier. The narrator was John Kennedy and the children were played by Ezra Saski, Gaby Strickey, and Sophia and Annie Block. Working behind the scenes were stage managers Sarah O’Flaherty, James Drahos and Katrena Thomas. Ethan Drory was the sound technician. The pit band consisted of Debby Chao, Jen Chen, Ben Mackey, Emma Belliveau, Sid Chou, Rachel Huntington, Serene Chien, Patrick Wu, Leah Grandy, Toven MacLean and Jeff Smith (musical director). (Carole Morris-Underhill photos)

King's-Edgehill School , Windsor , Windsor, N.S. , Hants County
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