Pupils say ‘arrrrggghhhh’ in Lewiston

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Cast and crew of the musical “Pirates! 2: The Hidden Treasure” give their music teacher, Cassie McKarns, one last “arrrrggghhhh” before they take the stage at Farwell Elementary School in Lewiston on Wednesday. Pupils in fourth, fifth and sixth grades performed in the afternoon for the school and in the evening for parents. From left are McKarns, Athanasia Andoniades, Sean Gagnon, Sydney Bledsoe, Lauren McNutt-Girouard, Mason Maloon, Alleigha Wertz, Olivia Crowley and Madeline Cote. 

The cast of the musical “Pirates! 2: The Hidden Treasure” performs at Farwell Elementary School in Lewiston on Wednesday. Pupils in fourth, fifth and sixth grades also performed for parents in the evening. From left are Katelyn Lynch, Gabe Warszawski, Mason Maloon, Michael Klick, John Morin and Athanasia Andoniades. The show was directed by music teacher Cassie McKarns. 

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Little Beard, played by Alleigha Wertz, 10, chats with The King, played by Sydney Bledsoe, 11, in the musical “Pirates! 2: The Hidden Treasure” at Farwell Elementary School in Lewiston on Wednesday. 

Music teacher Cassie McKarns directs the cast of “Pirates! 2: The Hidden Treasure” from a seat with the audience at Farwell Elementary School in Lewiston on Wednesday. 

Sixth-grader Sydney Bledsoe, 11, waits behind stage for the start of the musical “Pirates! 2: The Hidden Treasure” at Farwell Elementary School in Lewiston on Wednesday.

Dancing Beard, played by Athanasia Andoniades, right, and Blue Beard, played by Lauren McNutt-Girouard, acknowledge the audience toward the end of the musical “Pirates! 2: The Hidden Treasure” at Farwell Elementary School in Lewiston on Wednesday. 

The cast of “Pirates! 2: The Hidden Treasure” from left are: Mason Maloon, Katelyn Lynch, Gabe Warszawski, John Morin, Olivia Crowley, Sydney Bledsoe, Michael Klick, Lauren McNutt-Girouard, Madeline Cote, Kaili Sumner, Sean Gagnon and Zac Asselin. Hidden are: Athanasia Andoniades, and Alleigha Wertz. The Farwell Elementary School musical was directed by music teacher Cassie McKarns and student director Lauren Cote. 

    

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