Are you ready for a photo bomb?!

Thank you Mr. Bury for these wonderful pictures. Here are some highlights from Saturday night.

Becoming Fox
Becoming Snake
This part is always fun
Tyler is multi-talented!
“I’ve only ever drawn snakes from the outside and snakes from the inside”

Walking through a sunset

“I’d clean out my two volcanoes…The third one is extinct but I clean it anyway. One never knows”

“Then there are the baobab”

Flying among the stars

The King

A conceited man (errr woman)

The Businessman

The Lamplighter

A Geographer (said with a proper British accent)

“No bigger than a finger” The Snake

“You shouldn’t tell him not to trust me. I never lie.”

“And I know- I my-self – know one flower which is unique in all the world, but which one sheep can destroy in a single bite some morning without even noticing what he’s doing. You think that’s not IMPORTANT?”

Watching the sunset

A desert flower – of no importance. 

“You are not at all like my rose. As yet you are nothing. No one has tamed you, and you have tamed no one. You are beautiful, but you are empty”. 

The curious fox

“My life, you know … it’s, well, it’s …I hunt chickens. Men hunt me. All the chickens are alike. all the men are alike. It’s – very monotonous”.

Don’t ever sneak up on a fox

“YES! I’m tame! I’m finally tame”.

Rose and Prince 

“I took him in my arms and set out walking once more. It seemed to me that I was carrying a very fragile treasure”. 

“Listen! Do you hear? We’ve awakened the well. It’s singing”

“Little man, you’re afraid”.

“Surely she has only enough poison for one bite”. 

Little Prince’s arms slowly raise up and he starts to fall backwards in slow motion – as depicted in St. Exupery’s picture in the book. – Stage directions

“To forget a friend is sad. Not everyone has had a friend.
And if I forget him I might once again become like the grown-ups”. 

Fox, Rose, Snake
Makeup by Mrs. Natalie

Our wonderful crew!
Another of Tyler’s talents!

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