The cast of Dear Edwina Jr.

The cast of Dear Edwina Jr.

It’s an Advice-A-Palooza extravaganza!

n this fourth annual Proud to be McLeod Production, “Dear Edwina,” roughly 60 students take to the stage

  • Mar. 5, 2012 4:00 p.m.

Need advice? Not sure how to deal with poor manners, obnoxious relatives, or properly setting the table? Or perhaps you are super shy or need to save some money? Maybe, just maybe, you need some advice about LOVE?! Whatever your problem, head on down to Paw Paw, Michigan (aka W.L. McLeod Elementary School) and hear what advice-giver extraordinaire, Edwina Spoonapple, has to say.

In this fourth annual Proud to be McLeod Production, “Dear Edwina,” roughly 60 students take to the stage for some superb singing, dynamic dancing, and a really good time. Under the direction of Principal Libby Hart, students Gr. 1-7 have been preparing and rehearsing since October, and now they are ready to share their amazing talents with the entire community. With an array of catchy tunes from a variety of musical genres, there is something for everyone in this one-hour production.

So pack up your family and join the fun on March 8, 9 & 10 in the W.L. McLeod gymnasium. Show times are 7 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, plus a special matinee performance starting at 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 10.

Tickets are $5 each or $20 for a family of four or more; you can purchase advance tickets at the W.L. McLeod office, Wallace Studios, the Vanderhoof Department Store, or you can just pay at the door when you arrive for the show.


Due to the BCTF strike action March 5-7, three previously scheduled school shows for students have to be postponed to a later schedule.



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