Cinderella’s Teatime Drive-Through

Saturday, March 27th
Pick Up at High School Band Doors

The Western Wayne Drama Club will host Cinderella’s Teatime Drive-Through Brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 27, with a rain/ snow date of Sunday, March 28.  The public is invited to join the cast and crew of our upcoming spring production of Cinderella at this event by driving through to get their meals.

          Brunch will be served with a pick-up location of the high school band room doors.  All guests are asked to wear face masks for the entirety of their magical experience with our cast.

  Guests have their choice of three meals which include either a chicken-salad sandwich, peanut butter and jelly sandwich, or ham and cheese sandwich.  Meal, also, includes fruit, chips, drink, a beautiful souvenir teacup, and other special Cinderella-themed souvenirs. Meals cost $8 dollars apiece with all proceeds benefiting the students of the Western Wayne Drama Club.  The Western Wayne Drama Parents Club are working to organize and run this event along with the students.

          Orders are being taken in advance by emailing Mrs. McLaughlin, musical director, at . Include your name, number, type of meals needed, and phone number.  Please place orders by Friday, March 19.

          The students will be in costume at the event to give a socially distanced greeting to guests. Young students and their family members may also participate in a socially distanced parade around the high school parking lot with members of the cast starting at 11:30 a.m.  Students are encouraged to dress up as little princesses and princes. Cinderella will, of course, lead the parade! Following the parade, socially distanced pictures can be taken with cast members by a castle backdrop outside in the parking lot.

          In addition, handmade Cinderella-themed face masks will be available for purchase in the drive-through line.  There are beautiful sparkly blue and silver masks for ladies and royal blue masks for gentlemen.  There are child-sized masks for four dollars apiece and adult sized masks for five dollars apiece with all proceeds also benefiting the students of the Western Wayne Drama Club.

          The students have been in rehearsals for their production for several months and are excited to perform Cinderella later this spring.  The show will be live streamed for the public to view online.  More details regarding the date of our performances will be released at a later date.

          “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work on a production,” senior Rhonda Fenkner, who plays Cinderella, said.  “This is my fifth year participating in musical theater at school.  Although we have faced many challenges this year, we have adapted, and are very excited to have the opportunity to have our brunch and performance.”

          The Drama Club expresses their gratitude to the administration for allowing them to have the drive-through brunch event and to have the opportunity to stream their performance.

          From left, Rhonda Fenkner, Cinderella, student director, and Drama Club secretary; Alex Taylor, Prince Charming and Drama Club president; and Lily Visceglia, Fairy Godmother, student director, and Drama Club vice president.  Please note that all students are wearing face shields in photograph.

          In second photo: Rhonda and Alex model the handmade face masks that will be available for sale at the drive-through brunch.

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