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popular titles: Christmas Wizard of Oz, A
Thousand Cranes, Robin Hood, Mulan,
Blue Horses, Sleepy
Hollow, Christmas Peter Pan, Reluctant
Dragon, Peter Pan.
magic of Christmas merges with a beloved children's story as the
Shawnee Playhouse presents Kathryn Schultz Miller's "A
Christmas Wizard of Oz,"
16 and is presented at 10 a.m. Friday & Saturday mornings up to Christmas.
Record, Middleton, NY
The magic of
Christmas merges with a beloved children's story as the Shawnee
Playhouse presents Kathryn Schultz Miller's "A
Christmas Wizard of Oz," which opened Nov. 16 and is
presented at 10 a.m. Friday and Saturday mornings up to Christmas.
Playhouse Executive Director Midge McClosky is directing the show and
said it is a unique holiday treat. "It takes a classic story -
one we all know and love - and turns it into a fresh, fun and funny
fantasy," McClosky said. "It is a feel-good show, filled
with well-known Christmas carols and bright, colorful costumes."
fresh, fun and funny fantasy,"
Shawnee Playhouse - Yerlington Intermediate
School, NV - Althea Scatliffe Primary, BVI
production has Dorothy and Toto carried off by a blizzard to the
Magical Elfinsland, where Glinda is the Good Witch of the North Pole.
Dorothy has to get home by the morning in order to open her presents,
so she travels to see the Wizard, who lives in the Great Palace of Toys.
In the show,
the Scarecrow is now a snowman; the Tin Man is a tin soldier; the
Cowardly Lion is a sad overpriced stuffed animal; the Flying Monkeys
are flying reindeer; and the Wizard of Oz is ... you'll have to go
see it to find that out.
favorite funny man Marty Courtney of East Stroudsburg, Pa., plays
Santa Claus and a few other roles in the show. "The kids love
it. All kids love 'The Wizard of Oz,' and what kid doesn't love
Christmas? At the end of the show, I come down off the stage and talk
to all the kids - the eyes of the little ones couldn't possibly get
any bigger," he said.
added that he takes special pride in playing Santa and in making sure
the theatrical experience is meaningful for every child. "I
absolutely love it. I take a nice slow walk down the aisle and look
up and down every row, and I make sure that I make eye contact with -
or make some kind of a gesture to - every kid in the audience. I
don't want to leave any kid out. They all deserve to have Santa smile
at them," he said.
Negvesky, a home-schooled seventh-grader who lives in Pocono Manor,
Pa., plays Elvin Curly and Rosy Reindeer. Negvesky is in the show for
a second straight year and apparently loves it.
script takes the best things from both ideas and creates a new and
exciting twist, which is really something fun to watch."
the creativity, the memory and the magic of Christmas."
A Christmas Wizard of Oz - A holiday tradition
at Shawnee Playhouse, Shawnee On Hudson PA
is once a year and this play captures the fun moments of the
holidays that are so memorable and that the whole family can enjoy.
It enriches the creativity, the memory and the magic of
Christmas," she said.
said this holiday show is ideal for the entire family and a great way
to introduce children to theater.
love most about this show is that it is one that parents, children
and grandparents can enjoy together. If you bring someone to the
theater as a child, you are not only giving them the gift of
entertainment for that moment, but also the love of theater for a lifetime.
children in the theater (as many as we can, as often as we can) is
indeed one of our principal missions at Shawnee," she said.
said the show, which runs only at 10 a.m., has nearly sold out its
weekday performances and the best seats left are for the Saturday
added that the message of "A
Christmas Wizard of Oz" was a simple one: "There's no
place like home ... especially at Christmastime."
Cranes Review, Festival Performance: "Highly, highly recommended."
Kathryn Schultz Miller. Adelaide Fringe Festival 2019, Australia.
Collective. Theatre One @ The Parks Theatres. 5-11 March, 2019
Schultz Miller's A
Thousand Cranes by Adelaide's 'cross-art form' company The Gemini
Collective is based on the internationally acclaimed children's novel
Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes by Canadian-American author
post-WW2 Japan it is loosely based on the true story of Sadako
Sasaki, whose statue holding a golden crane stands in the Hiroshima
Peace Memorial Park in modern-day Japan.
thousand cranes? Because if you make that many paper cranes the
ancestors, and/or Gods, will grant you a wish. For 12-years-old
Sadako, survivor of the Hiroshima atomic bomb 6 August 1945 when she
was 2 years old, this wish is for a cure for the terminal leukemia
that is slowly killing her due to the radiation from the atomic bomb.
Sasaki's story is truly marvelous."
Fringe Festival 2019. The Gemini Collective.
Sasaki may represent innocent victims of nuclear warfare, but she has
also come to represent the hopes and dreams of millions of children
throughout the modern world. Every day thousands of paper crane
arrive to be placed on her statue from children around the world.
Sadako Sasaki's 'Thousand Cranes' stands as a symbol, a vital symbol
musical version of Sadako Sasaki's story is a truly marvelous. This
is mainly due to its poignancy, as well as its elegant, sophisticated
and imaginative realization in this production, as envisaged by Sarah
Williams (Director/Choreographer), Anthony Butler
(co-Director/Designer) and Jennifer Trijo (Musical
Director/Composer). Plus, there is a truly exceptional Adelaide cast
lead by child actors Maddy Flapper (Sadako), Calin Diamond (Kenji),
with Iman Saleh (Father), Jess Goc-Ong (Mother/Obachan), as well as
'on-stage swing' Arwen Diamond.
exception they all give terrific performances, bringing to life this
deeply moving tale about death and hope. It is without doubt, for me,
the strongest and most consistent and uniformly most powerful
ensemble of community actors that I have recently seen in Adelaide.
sophisticated and imaginative."
Fringe Festival 2019. The Gemini Collective.
indeed, but completely deserved. This is primarily due the various
creative and expressive dynamics employed in telling this tale. This
includes acting, singing, dancing, playing instruments, working as
stage-crew, as well as heart-stopping aerial gymnastics by Maddy Flapper.
HOOD Hits The Bullseye
BWW Reviews by Teresa Rodrick,
Jun. 9, 2014
If you have children and you
live in the Treasure Valley, you need to know about Treasure Valley
Children's Theater (TVCT) and Treasure Valley Youth Theater
(TVYT). These two programs were started by Autumn Kersey and
they will keep the children in the valley entertained and entertaining.
Treasure Valley Children's Theatre, ROBIN HOOD
This production was ROBIN
HOOD (an interactive play for young audiences by ArtReach's
Kathryn Schultz Miller). Many of the children polled in the
audience had not seen or heard ROBIN HOOD, however, they all enjoyed
the performance. The actors are professional how they present the
children's play and a few of them are professional comedians in Poise
(improve helps when you work with children). This story of
ROBIN HOOD is told to us by three actors: Jordan Peterson, Jared
Stull, and Nicole Stull (the Stulls are players with ComedySportz
improve group, as well). We are told of how King Richard has gone off
to war and left Prince John to run the kingdom. Prince John is
the kind of character toward who the audience "Boos".
The prince wants to marry Mad Marian but she is in love with Robin
Hood. The audience is told exciting tales of how Maid Marian
and Robin Hood get together.
The Productions I have seen by
Treasure Valley children's Theatre are great at getting the audience
involved and keeping them there!
School Play Becomes Epic Musical: The Legend of Mulan
Stamford School, Bandung Indonesia
Directed by, Mary Jane Luyon
Legend of Mulan is based on an ancient Chinese poem that has
been the inspiration for countless films, books and television
productions around the world. The story was selected for our musical
this year because of its inspiring message about the spirit of
adventure and courage as well as its incredibly empowering message to
women and girls
Extravagant Production of Legend
of Mulan - Stamford International School Allegro Altura
Complex Bandung, Indonesia
This school production took
almost one semester of casting, rehearsal and preparations. More than
60 students auditioned for roles, reflecting our students' excitement
and anticipation of this event.
Throughout this long and
enjoyable journey of preparation, the whole school displayed their
talent, commitment and hard work and learned about the joys of
working together and relying on each other as a group. The whole
school community faced obstacles, solved problems and met challenges together.
We thank parents for their
unfailing commitment and support of this very successful event.
Catholic College: DRAMA CLUB PRODUCTIONS ALLOW STUDENTS TO SHINE
Posted in The Arts, Mandurah,
Last weekend, 100 Mandurah Catholic College
students were gearing up for the Primary and Middle School Drama Club
productions of Kid Frankenstein
and Law and Order: Fairy Tale Unit. The productions were a huge hit
with students giving it their all over the three performances.
Frankenstein is a light-hearted comedy loosely based on
Mary-Shelley's Frankenstein and follows the adventure of a group of
science-loving kids who embark on a crazy adventure to bring their
monster to life, creating wise-spread panic in their town.
a life skill - being confident and working in a team."
Frankenstein - Mandurah Drama Club Production
Extraordinarily, all of the technical and
backstage roles were completed by students. Senior drama students
designed and operated the lighting and did the sound for both shows.
They also managed the props and set including the many transitions on
stage. Two senior drama students also took on the challenging role of
stage manager, calling the whole show from the new College mezzanine
level 'bio box'. With most schools not having the ability or desire
to teach the technical side of a stage production, these students
were lucky to have the opportunity to learn about the roll from
Production Co-Director, and former professional stage manager, Mrs
Corinna Herbert. Remarkably, Drama Club rehearsals for the show only
started in Week 6 of Term One - a significant factor considering that
for many of the students this was their first big show.
Mrs Herbert said that Drama Club "is
layered to cater to all abilities in order to challenge kids at the
appropriate level. I feel that the theatre is a place where any child
should be able to come and be creative. Drama is a life skill - being
confident, working in a team, thinking on your feet and problem
solving - these are all important talents to learn. It's about giving
kids the opportunity to find what they love. The students gain
confidence, learn a lot and make lasting friendships."
Drama club has grown considerably over the
years. "We now have so many Years 5-12 students involved we have
had to split it into Primary and Middle School Clubs, and we have
also had to limit our numbers." Mrs Herbert said. "Drama
Club allows students to discover who they are. It is the training
ground for the Senior Production and the Musical, and our way to find
hidden talent. I would love to see Drama Club continue and build. I
am so proud of the students - they handled themselves very well."
The shows were entered into the Catholic
Performing Arts Festival with a judge attending the performances on
the Friday night. Next is the Whole College Musical, which will
be announced in the next could of weeks.
"Working as a stage hand was such an
amazing experience! Being able to help the actors look even better
than they already were was such a privilege for me, also when you are
involved in school productions you and the others become like a
little family where you laugh and have fun. So for me I loved it and
had a great experience!" - Kate Henderson, Stage Hand
"I played Stiltskin in this year's Middle
School Drama Club production, Law and Order: Fairy Tale Unit. It was
an amazing experience to perform alongside my talented cast members;
we're like a family now. But of course, none of this could have
happened without our amazing stage crew, Mrs Herbert, Mr Capener and
Liz Crook who all sacrificed so much time and patience help us bring
these outlandish, fairytale characters to life. Stiltskin was such a
fun character to play, my all-time favourite scene has got to be the
'echoey flashback' scene, where I just get to yell 'objection!' at
the top of my lungs." - Karoline Magpily, Stiltskin
an amazing experience - we're like family now."
Frankenstein - Mandurah Drama Club Production
"I absolutely loved being a part of both
Law and Order: Fairytale Unit and Kid Frankenstein. It was a truly
amazing experience watching the Middle School and Primary School
actors and actresses really grow and bond; they have all come so far
since the start and they pulled of some fabulous shows. We had a
really good team helping with tech, costuming, and stage crew as well
as directing and stage managing, and I would like to congratulate
them all. I loved learning how operate different programs such as
qLab and the sound desk. Lastly I would like to thank Mrs Herbert for
this amazing opportunity it was really great." - Chloe
Sowerbutts - Sound
"I loved playing Mr Klondike in the
Primary Kid Frankenstein
Production, it was very exciting and was great working as a team. Mr
Capener and Mrs Herbert were very encouraging and positive throughout
the whole experience." - Harvey Gladman - Mr Klondike
"Kid Frankenstein was a pleasure to be a
part of. In the end all our had work, dedication and determination
paid off to put on a bright fun and wacky show with plenty of
Laughs" - Taylah Green, Frankie #2
"When I found out I got the role Mrs
Magilacutty, I was buzzing with excitement! Every single rehearsal
was productive and fun! When it got to opening night, I was excited
but also I was very sad because I knew this was my last production at
the College. Every minute spent reading my lines, blocking my scenes
and talking with my fellow cast members was an experience and a
memory that I will never forget. I encourage everybody to try out
Drama Club to make friends, have fun, and most of all PERFORM! In the
time we had creating the production, we had our ups and downs, but in
the end it all came together and looked amazing! And remember
"Life is not a dress rehearsal, the curtain is up and you are on
so get out there and give it your best shot!" - Alice
Herbert, Mrs Magilacutty
Frankenstein and Law and Order: Fairy Tale unit was an AMAZING
learning experience, the people I worked with and the environment
that The Arts Department has created is amazing. It was an amazing
opportunity and would definitely do it again." - Jamie Kilcoyne, Lighting
Review, Decatur, IL
by Decatur's Golden K (Kiwanis) and the Millikin School of Theatre
and Dance, this year's Theatre for Children is "Blue
Horses" by Kathryn Schultz Miller.
On a summer
evening four young people don't want to go home just yet. One invents
a game of "wish upon a star" which demands that each friend
tell a life story in which the others can take roles and help the
central characters achieve their goals. One rides his intergalactic
bicycle through the asteroid belt to a distant plant to discover and
defend against hostile beings. Another wishes for his twin brother to
help him solve the day-to-day problems of schoolwork. His wish is
granted until he discovers his unique talents and chooses to be
who struggles to be normal in her family of artists find that vision
improves when horses really can be blue. Each person's story helps
him or understand and assist one another in the trials and
tribulations of grow up, gaining self-confidence and making friends.
School Students Perform Sleepy Hollow
Nashville News, TN
Nashville Community High School will present a classic tale of chills
and thrills with its upcoming fall play.
Legend of Sleepy Hollow" opens on Friday, October 19 at 7
p.m. in the NCHS Auditorium with additional performances on
Saturday,, October 20 and Sunday, October 21 at 3 p.m. Admission is $5.
follows the American gothic tale by Washington Irving, and it is
adapted by Kathryn Schultz Miller.
Nashville High School Performs "The
Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
Set in 1790
in the countryside around a colonial Dutch settlement, "The
Legend of Sleepy Hollow" follows the adventures of the bumbling,
awkward schoolteacher Ichabod; the coquettish Katrina; and Ichabod's
rival Brom Bones. There will be six characters who play the
storytellers who help keep the action going throughout the play.
also includes the famous Headless Horseman, who will arrive near the end.
Children's Theatre presents 'A
Christmas Peter Pan'
for a magical, holiday adventure.
26-member Osceola Children's Theatre will present the musical
Christmas Peter Pan" 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 20, and Saturday,
Nov. 21, at Clarke Community High School's auditorium.
Kathy Kooiker has been working with these four through 10-year-old
children for 10 weeks in a story that tells the tale of Peter Pan
trying to rescue a kidnapped Santa Claus from the wicked Captain Hook
and his band of rowdy pirates.
for all ages, from toddlers to grandparents."
Osceola Children's Theatre - A
Christmas Peter Pan
have escaped Santa's workshop, the elves are trying to find them and
the Darling children have followed Tinker Bell and Peter Pan to
Neverland to try and help save Christmas.
"This would be a great first experience!"
Osceola Children's Theatre - A
Christmas Peter Pan
the show is appropriate for all ages, from toddlers to grandparents.
have never brought your child to a live theatre production, this
would be a great first experience," she said. "We keep
things very child-friendly and children love watching other children
on stage. The is even a little audience participation that will allow
you to really feel like a part of the show."
at 6:30 p.m. and there are no reserved seats, so those to first
arrive have first seating choice. The show lasts approximately one hour.
with The Reluctant Dragon
at the Peterborough Theatre Guild
production re-imagined as 8-bit video game
By Sam Tweedle
Mason as Widget, Samuelle Weatherdon as Mortimer the Dragon, and
Emily Keller as Hairytoes at a dress rehearsal for "The
Reluctant Dragon", the Peterborough Theatre Guild's annual
holiday family play which opens on December 6 (photo: Sam Tweedle / kawarthaNOW)
For the past
number of years, the Peterborough Theatre Guild has pushed the
envelope in creating intelligent and well-produced family theatre for
their annual December show. However, this year director
Derek Weatherdon is planning to push the envelope even more when he
presents a brand new high-concept version of Kathryn Schultz Miller's
play The Reluctant Dragon, based on the book by Kenneth Grahame.
Featuring a cast of more than a dozen young performers joined by
three adult actors, Derek is reimagining the story in the form of an
8-bit video game that will appeal to audiences of all ages.
were really lucky that we selected a script that came with editing
rights," Derek says. "That gave us the opportunity to make
all the changes that we wanted to."
didn't rewrite the plot or the dialogue," he adds. "The
story is the same. You've got a kid, a dragon, and a knight. That
doesn't change. But how we present the story is a little more novel.
Our story takes place inside of a video game. This is our big clever hook."
spirit of video games like The Legend of Zelda and Final Fantasy,
Derek and his company create a magical world of villagers and
shepherds, knights and soothsayers, and a misunderstood
dragon. When video game characters Widget (Katherine
Mason) and Hairytoes (Emily Keller) discover a friendly dragon named
Mortimer (Samuelle Weatherdon), their discovery soon alerts the
town's cruel Prince Scumworth (Issac Maker) who calls upon the fabled
dragon slayer Saint George (Josh Butcher) to come out of retirement
for one last battle.
new friend in peril, Widget and Hairytoes must find a way to save
Mortimer, who has little desire to fight for her life.
story takes place inside a video
as Saint George the Dragon Slayer, one of only three adult actors in
against Samuelle Weatherdon as Mortimer during a dress
rehearsal. (photo: Sam Tweedle / kawarthaNOW)
As an added
element to the drama, the play takes place inside of a video game
controlled by a character called Gamer Girl, played by Aimee Gordon.
Described by Aimee as being unlike any of the characters within the
play, Gamer Girl was developed as a unique way to create multiple
points of contact between the audience and the actors.
everybody else is in the video game, I'm the one who's playing
it," Aimee explains. "So I watch what's going on and I make
commentary that has nothing to do with the plot. I'm the character
the audience can relate to, because they really can't relate to video
This is a
departure from the original script, which calls for five narrators
who tell the audience what is happening.
don't like narrators," Derek says. "It takes you out of the
moment of the drama. So what I did was bring all of those narrators
together and give the lines to a character who is playing the game."
explains why she enjoys her role as Gamer Girl.
always played characters that are sweet girls who are nice to
everyone," Aimee says. "I like this role because she's
sassy and she just says what she's thinking."
this is his first year directing the Guild's Christmas family show,
Derek has also directed a number of productions at Queen Elizabeth
Public School where he teaches. In fact, Derek convinced a number of
students he worked with in past productions, as well as adults who
worked on sets for the show, to come work on The Reluctant
Dragon. "One of things I wanted to do in directing this
play was bring some of the talented youngsters I have worked with at
Queen Elizabeth Public School with me to the Guild," Derek says.
"Young talent deserves the chance to shine and grow, and working
on a larger scale like this is the logical next step."
Mason and Emily Keller, who plays the show's two central characters
Widget and Hairytoes, are not only former students of Derek's, but
they've worked together on his previous shows and are real-life best
friends. This makes for a natural chemistry between these two young
performers making their debut on the Theatre Guild stage.
kid with an unfortunate name," says Emily of her character
Hairytoes. "Basically I meet the dragon and I think he's pretty
awesome. I like the dragon because he plays Scrabble."
dragon isn't so keen on me though," adds Katherine. "She
likes Hairytoes more than me, and I don't like that I'm losing my
friend to the dragon."
In the role
of Mortimer the dragon is Samuelle Weatherdon, who takes on different
voices as well as engaging in stage fights to perform the role.
become a dragon you have to abandon all sense of humanity," Sam
says with a coy grin. "You just can't be human. You just have to
be a dragon. You walk weird and you talk weird."
different this year is that adult actors, who were absent in the past
two previous shows, are returning to the stage for this production.
Although greatly outnumbered by the young actors, The Reluctant
Dragon features the talents of local favourites Josh Butcher, Kelsey
Gordon-Powell, and Sylvie Dasne.
you're going to have children playing adults, that's great in an
elementary school," Derek says. "But when you've got access
to adults, let them play the adults. There are also great
opportunities for mentorship there, and you create a more realistic
theatre experience for new actors."
always loved working with a younger cast, and this bunch is one of
the best casts I've ever worked with," says Josh Butcher of his
young co-stars. "They are very focused, very attentive, and very
talented, and lots of fun to work with." "I think we
really lucked out with some of our casting," Derek adds. "We
have a variety of experience, from multi-page resumes to having
never been on stage before, and everyone has done a great job of
buying in to what we are trying to do."
his company are seeking to create a theatrical experience that's not
considered a family show, but a piece of theatre that families can
the fact we are the family show at the Guild, and that traditionally
means an all or mostly youth cast, we don't see this as a kid's
show," Derek points out. "It's a show, period. It's for
kids and by kids, but it's a show. We don't want anyone leaving
saying 'That was a great show &ldots; for a bunch of kids'. We want
them saying 'That was a great show.' Full stop."
and Samuelle agree with Derek. "Usually when people think
of a children's show, they think of people bringing in their own
costumes and not having a set and being done on a school stage,"
Aimee says. "This is not like that."
most children's shows, nobody grows and nobody changes,"
Samuelle adds. "This isn't a kid's show. This is just a show
that has kids in it."
what you want from a good play."
Theatre Guild's The
ups and downs. People grow. People change. That's what you want from
a good play. You don't want a character to do a bunch of stuff and
then nothing changes. You want a group of people who do stuff and
make changes. You want to feel for the characters. You want to
understand their challenges and how they create the solutions to
those problems. You want to see that happen."
clever dialogue, inside gamer jokes, and a young and vibrant cast of
new faces, The Reluctant Dragon is a smart and highly original show
that both adults and children can enjoy together.
is going to be a fantastic show," Josh says. "It's not
going to be just laughs and funs and video game lulz. This is going
to have everything in it. It's going to be an emotional rollercoaster ride."
holiday tradition for families in the Kawarthas, the Peterborough
Theatre Guild's family show always delivers and this year is no
exception. Derek and his company have created something pretty
fantastic. Tickets for the annual show go fast, so make sure to
purchase your tickets from the box office as soon as possible. This
is a show that you don't want to miss out on.
Pan' A Fun Play for All Ages
Republic, Mitchell, SD; By [email protected]
Neverland, the magical home of Peter Pan, there's no place an Area
Community Theatre audience can watch edgy sword fights with no-good
pirates, a daring rescue of a princess and children flying through
the night sky.
The tale of
Peter Pan and Wendy will take theater-goers back to their youth in
the second children's production this summer. The play was originally
written by J.M. Barrie and has been adapted for a young cast by
Kathryn Schultz Miller.
Pan" starts at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Pepsi-Cola
Theatre for the performing arts. Tickets are $5 each for general
they have put together is incredible."
Katelyn Biggerstaff, right, who plays Wendy, sews on Peter Pan's
shadow in a rehearsal for the Mitchell Area Community Theatre and
Mitchell Parks and Recreation production of "Peter
Pan" Wednesday. Peter Pan is played by Marissa Moller and
Peter Pan's shadow is played by Sarah Moore. (Photos by Jennifer Jungwirth/Republic)
includes all the classic scenes in the "Peter Pan" story
adults and children heard growing up -- finding Peter Pan's shadow,
the lost boys looking for a mother, Hook's kidnapping of Tiger Lily
and Peter Pan's brave attempt to save her, the mermaids and the
crocodile that took Hook's right hand.
collaboration between the ACT and the Mitchell Parks and Recreation
Department, "Peter Pan" includes a cast of 25 under the
direction of South Dakota State University sophomore Jacob Pecenka,
and Brianna Bernard and Emily Grode, who graduated from Mitchell High
School this past year.
The show is
a five-week program for youth that is meant to teach theater basics.
Students started the first week playing games on stage to get them
accustomed to each other and the theater atmosphere. Then they read
through different parts in the script before casting. Rehearsals
continued for a month. Besides starring in the play, the students
also help design and create the costumes and set.
gives them the full experience of the theater program," Pecenka said.
Pecenka's second year directing the children's theater, and he said
he's found the experience to really open the kids up.
fun to see the kids that performed last year sign up again and to see
the change in them," he said.
though they are young actors and actresses, the kids are able to
develop their characters and make them their own.
essentially just direction," Pecenka said of the directors.
"What they have put together is incredible."
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