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WMHS's Art and Vo-Tech Departments Go "Into the Woods"

Posted Date: 04/08/2019

WMHS's Art and Vo-Tech Departments Go

West Monroe High School's Visual and Performing Arts in collaboration with its Vo-Tech Program created an amazing set for this year's production of "Into the Woods".  Mr. Dale Hoover led a group of Vo-Tech students in building all of the movable props for the production like the baker's house, Jack's house, Cinderella's manor house, the cow, the horse and carriage, and the tower.

Art teachers Kathleen Tumey, Gretchen Lengefeld, and Christy Dunn did all of the painting of the movable props.  They were also responsible for the fleshing out of the eerie trees and path, which helped make Director Vickie Freeman's vision for the show come to life.  

It was an amazing show and an outstanding example of the beauty of artistic collaboration!

Picture of three sets in production.

Picture of the Hoover crew working on sets.

Picture of the castle path.

Picture of the carriage.

Picture of the cow.

Picture of the large tree.

Picture of art teachers working on the carriage.

Picture of Mrs. Freeman painting the horse.

Picture of the eerie tree.