2007-04-14 / Front Page

Animal Magnetism

Lakewood theatre presents 'Beauty and the Beast'
Photos by Scott Rawdon

H E B R O N - T h e Lakewood Theatre department presents Disney's "Beauty and the Beast." According to a plot summary by O.G., Prince Adam was cursed to a beast form by Enchantress, who saw no love in his arrogant heart for others. The one way he could break the spell was to learn to love another and earn her love in return before the last petal from his enchanted rose fell, which would bloom until his twentyfirst birthday. But who could ever learn to love a beast? Ten years later, Maurice, an inventor from a nearby village, becomes lost in the woods and seeks shelter in the Beast's castle, the Beast imprisons him for trespassing. His daughter Belle, a bookworm who dreams of life outside her provincial village, finds him trapped in the castle and offers her place in his stead. The Beast accepts with a promise she'll remain in the castle forever. In the beginning Belle views him as nothing more than a monster, he views her as difficultand stubborn. But the two soon taste the bittersweetness of finding you can change and learning you were wrong.

Gaston: Jeremy Woehrle Gaston: Jeremy Woehrle Showtimes are April 19, 20, and 21, 7:30 p.m. and April 22, 3 p.m. at Lakewood High School. Tickets are $6, contact (740) 928-4496 or email mfickle@ laca.org or visit www. lakewooddrama.com.

Belle: Cara Daubenmire Belle: Cara Daubenmire Chip and Babette: Cami Humphrey and Laree Cottrell Photos by Scott Rawdon Chip and Babette: Cami Humphrey and Laree Cottrell Photos by Scott Rawdon Enchantress: Natalie Loudermilk Enchantress: Natalie Loudermilk

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