PHOTOS: Middle School Performs the Endearing Tale of Edward Tulane

The Middle School production of The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane brilliantly captured the story of love, kindness and compassion through the eyes of a china rabbit. There were four shows last week in McGregor Family Theater.

The play tells the story of the toy rabbit Edward Tulane, the many stops on his journey and how his life experiences lead to self-discovery and a realization of what’s truly important—punctuated by the line “If you have no intention of loving or being loved, then the whole journey is pointless.”

Nearly 30 students made up the cast with several more on the crew. It was directed by Dan Pacheco with assistant director Corinne Samskey and student director Finn Williams.

Here is our photo gallery from the memorable performances:
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