Students present ‘The Little Red Hen’

“Projection, clarity, timing, delivery…. find your mark and make it!”

Students are accustomed to these sorts of directions from theatre director Robin Blake who pours her talents into the dramatic portion of Chesapeake Academy’s Fine and Performing Arts Program.

“Theatre is not a curricular filler. The play is the thing. The thing that inspires confidence, rehearses collaboration, encourages problem solving….the thing that creates community and provides a vehicle for all manners of growth. I am so excited to be able to share this passion with students from across the grades at Chesapeake Academy,” said Blake, on the heels of another dramatic success.

Second- and third-grade students recently presented the ubiquitous folk tale, The “Little Red Hen” to the assembled school community and their parents…



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