2016-05-12 / Community News

A roaring success



More than 60 Thornton Academy Middle School students performed and assisted behind-the-scenes for the 2016 spring musical, “The Lion King Jr.,” on May 4 and 5 in Garland Auditorium. The show was directed and choreographed by music teacher Camille Saucier (Thornton Academy class of 1988) with additional choreography by Devan Landry. Art teacher Joshua Dracup and the TAMS Art Club create props for the production. Scout Nasse, center, a sixth-grade student from Saco, played young Nala in the production. (Courtesy photo) More than 60 Thornton Academy Middle School students performed and assisted behind-the-scenes for the 2016 spring musical, “The Lion King Jr.,” on May 4 and 5 in Garland Auditorium. The show was directed and choreographed by music teacher Camille Saucier (Thornton Academy class of 1988) with additional choreography by Devan Landry. Art teacher Joshua Dracup and the TAMS Art Club create props for the production. Scout Nasse, center, a sixth-grade student from Saco, played young Nala in the production. (Courtesy photo)

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