That's a wrap!
This year, we were thrilled to welcome back Studio East who worked with our fourth and fifth graders to bring back the Mark Twain Elementary School Play, What A Knight!
The production was fantastic. Our fourth and fifth graders put on a wonderful theatrical display. A huge round of applause goes out to you all!
Like any great production, there was a team of people behind the scenes, making the magic happen. Thank you to our army of volunteers. Without you, this production wouldn’t have been possible. Thank you for all of your dedication and hard work. You did all of the things to make this event possible from chaperoning, to selling tickets, organizing costumes, and everything in between.
The Twain PTSA gives a huge round of applause and a standing ovation to these incredible volunteers: Anoulka P., Lindsey Nipp, Angela Vaitkus, Stephanie Chow, Doug Denton, Pinky Saki, Clara Sotelo, Heather Hakes Miller, Hima Bhoopathy, Kristina Huntington, William Romick, Christine Benchemsi, Anne-Cecile Pokorski, Tina Mehrotra, Rachael Proano, Christopher Schwarzkopf, Julie Arguez, Lee Unangst, Lynly Callaway Matthew Kiely, Sanjeev Mehrotra, Jagdishkumar Patel, Maitreyee Agashe, Chao Li, Kate Winzig, and Mary Herzog. Thank you also to all of the families who were working behind the scenes to support their actors.
Finally, none of this would have been possible without our volunteer parent producer, Angella Dolman. Your work and dedication to this project has been incredible. Thank you for helping bring back this beloved event to our community. A HUGE standing ovation to you, Angella!!
Check out our Parent Reviews!
“My daughter had a blast acting in What a Knight! Her confidence was boosted, and she gained new friendships.” – Parent of Student in “What A Knight” 22-23
“Even though they were away from the stage for a few years due to Covid lockdowns, our Mark Twain students were eager to return to the spotlight! In true Bobcat fashion, Twain performers showed grit, dedication, and gave it their all to make a night to remember with their incredible performance of "What A Knight" through Studio East!” - Rachael P.
“My son had SUCH an amazing time with this play. Even though he is non-verbal, they improvised and created an additional role for him. It truly felt like an inclusive environment and my son can't stop talking about the play weeks later! Thank you to the Studio East directors and all the volunteers for making this such a memorable experience for all of us.” – Parent of Student in “What A Knight” 22-23
“Loved this experience for my child and can't wait to see it happen again next year!” - Parent of Student in “What A Knight” 22-23