PHOTOS: Agassiz Christian School gets into the super hero spirit with school play

One of the song-and-dance numbers in the Agassiz Christian School play “The Agape League” during the dress rehearsal on May 10. (Grace Kennedy/The Observer)
Agassiz Christian School students open their play “The Agape League” with a super hero-themed chorus and dance moves. (Grace Kennedy/The Observer)
(From left to right) General Agape (Ryan Post), Jumper (Kylie Hernandez), Shadow (Samantha VanVeen), Honeycomb (Jewlia Timmers) and Serenity (Shanaya VanOort) pose in preparation for a time freeze. (Grace Kennedy/The Observer)
One of the song-and-dance numbers in the Agassiz Christian School play “The Agape League” during the dress rehearsal on May 10. (Grace Kennedy/The Observer)
One of the song-and-dance numbers in the Agassiz Christian School play “The Agape League” during the dress rehearsal on May 10. (Grace Kennedy/The Observer)
One of the song-and-dance numbers in the Agassiz Christian School play “The Agape League” during the dress rehearsal on May 10. (Grace Kennedy/The Observer)
Freezer Burn (Gracie Tolmie) returning a doll back to Jess (Michaela Victor) after using her time-freezing superpower. (Grace Kennedy/The Observer)
Ironblade (Kevyn Klootwyk) after rediscovering his superpowers. (Grace Kennedy/The Observer)
Golden Guy (Qhaden Jarvis, centre) dancing wildly during the finale of Agassiz Christian School’s “The Agape League.” (Grace Kennedy/The Observer) Golden Guy (Qhaden Jarvis, centre) dancing wildly during the finale of Agassiz Christian School’s “The Agape League.” (Grace Kennedy/The Observer)

One of the song-and-dance numbers in the Agassiz Christian School play “The Agape League” during the dress rehearsal on May 10. (Grace Kennedy/The Observer)

The Agassiz Christian School was transformed into a super hero hideout on Friday (May 10), as the school held its final performances of “The Agape League.”

The play featured the acting of Jewlia Timmers, Kevyn Klootwyk, Gracie Tolmie, Samantha VanVeen, Natalia Hertgers, Kylie Hernandez, Qhaden Jarvis and Shanaya VanOort as the super heroes of the Agape League. Each representing a different virtue, the super heroes had to band together to show the citizens of Suburbiana City how to get along together.

Along with the super hero team was Ryan Post, playing General Agape, as well as Michaela Victor and Camron VanLaar, playing a quarrelsome sibling duo. Other students at the school formed the chorus, and provided singing during the play’s many song-and-dance numbers.

The play was shown to the grandparents of many students during the 1 p.m. matinee performance, and then to parents and the general public during the 7 p.m. performance.



grace.kennedy@ahobserver.com

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