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Tale as old as time
February 1, 2018 at 5:48 p.m.
Belle and the Beast share their first dance together to “Tale as Old as Time” during Port Chester Middle School’s production of “Beauty and the Beast.” The show premieres Thursday, Feb. 1 at 4 p.m. and will continue Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. Tickets are $8 for students and seniors, $10 for adults, and are available at the door.
Mrs. Potts, played by Sophia Kamensky and her son Chip, played by Sebastian Gimenez, discuss Belle and the Beast’s complicated relationship among other living household objects.
Desperate to become human again, Lumiere, played by Ivan Lopez, gives the Beast advice on how to woo Belle. The Beast is played by Michael Perrone.
Babette the feather duster, played by Sanai Ash, Mrs. Potts, played by Sophia Kamensky, and Madame De La Grande Bouche the wardrobe, played by Alexa Tomassetti, sing and dance about desiring to be human again.
Belle, played by Gwen Dominguez, emotionally connects with the Beast, played by Michael Perrone, by eating soup straight from the bowl as he would.
Gaston, played by Harrison Callaway, convinces the villagers to “Kill the Beast” by showing them his image in the magical mirror.
Belle, played by Gwen Dominguez, cares for the Beast, played by Michael Perrone, who’s near-death after being attacked by Gaston.
After being gifted her new library, Belle, played by Gwen Dominguez, and the Beast, played by Michael Perrone, bond while reading King Arthur.
Madame De La Grande Bouche the wardrobe, played by Alexa Tomassetti, belts some operatic vocals.
The Beast, played by Michael Perrone, and Lumiere, played by Ivan Lopez, contemplate the urgency of finding love before the last rose petal falls.
Various kitchen utensils triumph after successfully fighting off invaders from the village.