12 Thursday, June 11, 2015
Coastal View News • Carpinteria, California
Summerland students take a bow Photos by Antony MArchiAndo
Last weekend’s performances of “Shrek” by Summerland School produced two very pleased audiences, dozens of budding actors and immeasurable school pride. The musical stage rendition of the popular animated movie was directed by Laezer Schlmokowitz and coordinated by Marit Martinsen. It involved every student at the little school and served as a grand finale to the school year.
representing Princess Fiona at three different ages, from left, Lily young, Ella bailey and Audrey Kramer await their prince.
Play director Laezer schlmokowitz receives a bouquet and resounding applause for the hours of hard work he dedicated to bringing “shrek” to the stage.
summerland students put their heart and soul into singing and dancing for the a close of the school year.
From left, Erin bray, Kacy Kramer, noah Wade and barrett McKnight belt out the “Wild things” song on the swampy set.
Play coordinator Marit Martinsen, with future summerland student Lulu in her arms, addresses the audience of impressed parents and community members.
talented summerland school thespians crowd the stage.
shrek (Francis bennett) and Pri heated words as their adventur