More than 40 Rose Hill students perform in 'Snow White'

More than 40 third through sixth graders had been very busy rehearsing their lines and practicing their songs and dances since December.

And on February 3, 4, and 5, they put it all together for standing room only crowds at the beautiful Cadle Theater at Lake Washington High School. The students of Rose Hill Elementary made their characters come to life in "Snow White in the Black Forest," produced in conjunction with Studio East Center for the Performing Arts and the Rose Hill Elementary PTSA.

This musical comedy was directed by Studio East's own Laura Shepherd, with musical direction by Dan Shelhamer. Juggling busy schedules and multiple responsibilities were this year's producers Kim Watkins and Carmen Nefzger of the Rose Hill Elementary PTSA. The hardworking crew members, which included parents, cast alumni, and community members, showed amazing dedication.

This was the sixth annual production in partnership with Studio East. The Rose Hill students benefited greatly from another enjoyable and enriching experience, and the RHE PTSA continues to serve as a strong supporter of the arts as they contribute significantly to the education and development of children.[[In-content Ad]]