HomeNewsTale as old as time hits Johnson stage Alexis McCutchan February 12, 2018 News, photo spot 1 Maddie Grimm, junior, plays Madame de la Grande Bouche. She flashes a smile as she dances. Megan Black, senior, plays Mrs. Potts. Mrs.Potts sings along with all the silverware to “be our Guest” welcoming Belle. Mia Fernandez, senior, spins around and around performing an amazing The Beast (Nick Dettmer, 11) threatens Belle (Cassandra Cole ,11) with starvation if she refuses to eat dinner with him. Cassandra Cole, junior, plays Belle. Belle imagines a world full of people like her. Nick Dettmer, junior plays the Beast. The Beast, has a moment of self reflection to understand what kind of “animal” he is. Gaston (Grant Garcia, 10) and the villagers plot to kill the Beast. Belle (Cassandra Cole, 11) and the Beast (Nick Dettmer, 11) finally see each other for who they are. Madame de la Grande Bouche (Maddie Grimm, 11) sings loudly to frighten LeFou (Corey Clements, 12). Gaston (Grant Garcia,10 ) shows off to villagers in order to regain confidence from being rejected from Belle. Belle (Cassandra Cole, 11) and the Beast (Nick Dettmer, 11) finally get the happy ending together. Gaston (Grant Garcia, 10) and the villagers celebrate at the tavern. Carter Montgomery, senior, plays Lumiere. Lumiere keeps watch out for Belle, but ends up getting a little side tracked. As the curtain began to close all cast members stepped forward to wave goodbye and thank everyone who came. Related One Response Mary Pat March 5, 2018 Great photos, Alexis! Keep up the awesome work. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.