Coffee, Crime and Comedy - Let's Play!
Many Crusader staff and students had the opportunity to attend the Allied Arts Dinner Theatre: "A Day at the Java Shop & Greyhound Bus Depot" in March. That means they had the opportunity to be stunned not only once, but TWICE!
First, the audience was WOWed by the beautiful voice of Grade 12 Crusader, Shayla Cameron, who sang Patsy Cline's "Crazy" at the beginning of the show. This budding actress, who played the waitress, Josie, did a fantastic job with all the songs she performed and looked perfectly at ease and confident on stage. Congratulations, Shayla, on your stellar performance! We hope theatre will be a part of your post-secondary experience - you undoubtedly are a very talented young lady!
If you have ever experienced one of Mr. Burke's classes, you know that he is a natural performer and has the ability to switch accents as fast as you can snap your fingers! Mr Burke played the role of escaped convict, Bob, who along with his accomplice, decided to go incognito after a radio newsflash of their escape. Then came the stunning moment of seeing Mr. Burke in a DRESS! As "Angel" he stole the hearts of the men in the Java Shop with his alluring (maybe not) English accent. Mr. Burke, you nailed "The Pepperpot"! Congratulations on an amazing performance!
It was a fun-filled and funny production with a great meal that was greatly appreciated by the staff who attended on the final night of the show! Great job, Crusaders!