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24 | April 12, 2018 | The glencoe anchor school glencoeanchor.com Glencoe students travel through the looking glass Submitted by Lake Forest Country Day School In keeping with the topsy-turvy nature of the classic tale “Alice in Wonderland,” Lake Forest Country Day School’s recent adaptation featured 12 alices. The annual eighthgrade drama performance took place March 15 in the School’s Performing Arts Center and is the culmination of months of work by the students and drama teacher Nicole Pitman. Taking part were two students from Glencoe, including siblings Max (as Gryphon) and Naomi Fleisch (as Alice). This particular adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s story came word for word from “Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass” and was first brought to Broadway by Eva Le Galliene and Florida Friebus in 1932. Their intent was to make the book come alive and capture the imaginations of adults and kids alike. At LFCDS, all students in grades 4-8 take drama. The eighth-grade production called for roles for all 40 students in that grade. “This adaptation of the play offers many different roles, however there were still not enough parts for all of our students,” Pitman said. In addition to each taking on an acting role on stage, the LFCDS eighthgrade students were responsible for building the set, running tech, creating the artwork to promote Naomi Fleisch, of Glencoe, played Alice in Lake Forest Country Day School’s production of “Alice in Wonderland” on March 15. Photos Submitted the play, designing the playbill and even sewing costumes. “Throughout the arduous process of memorizing lines, honing acting technique, and paying careful attention to both physical and vocal characterization of each role, Glencoe’s Max Fleisch (left) performs as Gryphon alongside actress Alexandra Sugrue. this incredible group of students has learned to take risks and push past their comfort zones,” Pitman said. “This year’s class, individually and collectively, has worked hard and played hard, consistently sharing their humanness, goofiness, intelligence, perseverance, and creativity.” 1/3 SOLD! VOLTZ & WAUKEGAN | NORTHBROOK AnetsWoods.com 847.461.9948 Plans, materials, prices and specifications are based on availability and are subject to change without notice. Architectural, structural and other revisions may be made as are deemed necessary by the developer, builder, architect or as may be required by law. Images are used for illustrative purposes only and may reflect available upgrades over standard specifications. NOTE: Window placement is determined by elevation style.
glencoeanchor.com Sound Off the glencoe anchor | April 12, 2018 | 25 Social snapshot Top Stories from GlencoeAnchor.com as of April 9 1. Rabbis battle it out at Matzah Brei Cook- Off 2. Kids, pets hunt for Easter treats at the Takiff Center 3. Glencoe local featured in NSSRA’s Bright Star Theatre 4. Chicago Botanic Garden to celebrate Earth Day with new festival 5. $27K raised to support programs at Glencoe Junior Kindergarten Become a Anchor Plus member: GlencoeAnchor.com/plus Forest Preserve District of Cook County posted this photo on April 4 with the caption: “You may associate pelicans with the ocean... but in the last several years we’ve seen more and more American white pelicans migrating through our area during the spring. Photo by Padraic Heneghan.” Like The Glencoe Anchor: facebook.com/GlencoeAnchor From the Editor Take time to celebrate the small things Megan Bernard email@example.com In case you missed it, April 4 was National Hug a Newsperson Day. When I was scrolling through my Twitter feed and came across this in some posts, I was also taken aback ... to think that I almost had missed it! I’ll admit, I didn’t really go out of my way to celebrate this one, but it did give me a good laugh. The National Day Calendar highlights more than 1,500 holidays. On its website, it says it’s “the authoritative source for fun, unusual and unique National Days. Since our humble beginnings on National Popcorn Day in 2013, we now track nearly 1,500 National Days, National Weeks and National Months. In addition, our research team continues to uncover the origins of existing National Days, as well as discover new, exciting days for everyone to celebrate.” This upcoming week, the calendar highlights National Licorice Day (April 12), National Blame Someone Else Day (April 13), National Dolphin Day (April 14), National Glazed Spiral Ham Day (April 15), National Wear Your Pajamas to Work Day (April 16) and National Haiku Poetry Day (April 17). The list continues at nationaldaycalendar.com, and there’s even more than one holiday per day. We’ve highlighted some of the National Days in the past within our Quick Bites feature in our Life & Arts dining section. We always feature one dish monthly between our regular dining out stories and find a variation in the seven North Shore towns that we cover. We think having it take on a National Day theme gives it some personality. If you’re not a believer in celebrating all of these random holidays, I think you can still take away a message from the National Day Calendar. Even if today is not a large-scale, national holiday, you can still take some time to appreciate and acknowledge someone or something in your life. We all deserve a little time in the spotlight, right? If you’re still looking to celebrate a belated Hug a Newsperson Day, show your love on our Facebook and Twitter (@GlencoeAnchor) and give us a like! The best gift of all though would be to subscribe online at GlencoeAnchor.com. go figure Don’t just list your real estate property... An intriguing number from this week’s edition 2 The amount of times a former country club employee broke in to steal wine. (Page 6) The Glencoe Anchor Sound Off Policy Editorials and columns are the opinions of the author. Pieces from 22nd Century Media are the thoughts of the company as a whole. The Glencoe Anchor encourages readers to write letters to Sound Off. All letters must be signed, and names and hometowns will be published. We also ask that writers include their address and phone number for verification, not publication. Letters should be limited to 400 words. The Glencoe Anchor reserves the right to edit letters. Letters become property of The Glencoe Anchor. Letters that are published do not reflect the thoughts and views of The Glencoe Anchor. Letters can be mailed to: The Glencoe Anchor, 60 Revere Drive ST 888, Northbrook, IL, 60062. Fax letters to (847) 272-4648 or email to megan@ glencoeanchor.com. www.glencoeanchor.com “Good luck @whitesox on your #CWSHomeOpener! We’re looking forward to Comiskey’s return to the Model Railroad Garden when it opens on May 12.” @ChicagoBotanic posted on April 5 Follow The Glencoe Anchor: @GlencoeAnchor Sell It! With a Classified Ad See the Classified Section formore info, or call 708.326.9170 | 22ndCenturyMedia.com