A short documentary piece about how with hard work and perseverance of the cast and crew of Beauty and The Beast, the school district as well as the community came together to support a four night sold out production after seeing what the cast and crew are capable of doing when coming to last years show, after a few years of no budget or support when gaining a new teacher to head the drama department.  
 Beast ( Remington Slater, junior ) who was once an arrogant young prince and Belle ( Emily Powell, senior ) a spirited, headstrong village girl, end Cranberry High School’s production of  Beauty and the Beast  with a strong finale, followed by sold out shows every night. Along with the excellent work of all the cast and crew the community efforts, whether it be though donation or attending a show are what made it such a spectacular show.

Beast (Remington Slater, junior) who was once an arrogant young prince and Belle (Emily Powell, senior) a spirited, headstrong village girl, end Cranberry High School’s production of Beauty and the Beast with a strong finale, followed by sold out shows every night. Along with the excellent work of all the cast and crew the community efforts, whether it be though donation or attending a show are what made it such a spectacular show.

 Lumiere the candlestick ( Samuel Lander, senior ), Mrs. Potts the teapot ( Madeline Keenan, Senior ) and Cogsworth the clock ( Tanner Fell, senior ) reminisce what it was like to be human, since being transformed over ten years ago. The costumes were graciously donated with the help of Lander’s grandparents.

Lumiere the candlestick (Samuel Lander, senior), Mrs. Potts the teapot (Madeline Keenan, Senior) and Cogsworth the clock (Tanner Fell, senior) reminisce what it was like to be human, since being transformed over ten years ago. The costumes were graciously donated with the help of Lander’s grandparents.

 The cast of Cranberry High School’s production of  Beauty and the Beast  prepares for opening night, of the four night show, for their annual spring musical. They received new costumes as well as new sound equipment for the show from the school board.

The cast of Cranberry High School’s production of Beauty and the Beast prepares for opening night, of the four night show, for their annual spring musical. They received new costumes as well as new sound equipment for the show from the school board.

 After sharing a romantic evening dance together Beast ( Remington Slater, junior ) shows Belle ( Emily Powell, senior ) his extensive library.

After sharing a romantic evening dance together Beast (Remington Slater, junior) shows Belle (Emily Powell, senior) his extensive library.

 The cast of Cranberry High School’s production of  Beauty and the Beast  preparing for opening night, of the four night show, for their annual spring musical. The school board was so impressed with last years show,  The Wizard of Oz , they gave a donation to Drama club to purchase new costumes as well as new sound equipment for the show.

The cast of Cranberry High School’s production of Beauty and the Beast preparing for opening night, of the four night show, for their annual spring musical. The school board was so impressed with last years show, The Wizard of Oz, they gave a donation to Drama club to purchase new costumes as well as new sound equipment for the show.

 Belle ( Emily Powell, senior ) and her father Maurice ( Harrison Keenan, senior ) discuss the contraption Maurice is building before he heads out to a fair to present his work, on his way he comes across Beast’s castle where inside he meets Lumiere the candlestick Cogsworth the clock, Mrs. Potts the teapot and her son Chip the teacup. The offer him their service; however the Beast discovers and imprisons Maurice.

Belle (Emily Powell, senior) and her father Maurice (Harrison Keenan, senior) discuss the contraption Maurice is building before he heads out to a fair to present his work, on his way he comes across Beast’s castle where inside he meets Lumiere the candlestick Cogsworth the clock, Mrs. Potts the teapot and her son Chip the teacup. The offer him their service; however the Beast discovers and imprisons Maurice.

 With the use of the new lights purchased by the school board as a donation to the Drama Club. LaFou ( Michael Gunn, freshman ) Gaston ( Ian Best, senior ) and Belle (Emily Powell, senior) take the stage as Gaston, a vain muscular hunter, tries to win Belle’s heart .

With the use of the new lights purchased by the school board as a donation to the Drama Club. LaFou (Michael Gunn, freshman) Gaston (Ian Best, senior) and Belle (Emily Powell, senior) take the stage as Gaston, a vain muscular hunter, tries to win Belle’s heart .