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The pit orchestra practices their scales, minutes before the curtain opens for Blair's production of "Beauty and the Beast."

The pit orchestra practices their scales, minutes before the curtain opens for Blair's production of "Beauty and the Beast."1Picture by Julia SeigerJunior Allie Berger puts on her lipstick 10 minutes before Blair's first performance of "Beauty and the Beast," for Pinecrest Elementary School students. 2Picture by Julia SeigerMembers of stage crew for "Beauty and the Beast" quickly grab supplies for last minute setup before the performance.3Picture by Julia SeigerThis passageway under the castle set allows actors and stage crew members to easily travel across the stage during a performance.4Picture by Julia SeigerA member of stage crew sweeps the stage while members of the pit orchestra get ready for their performance for elementary school students.5Picture by Julia SeigerJunior Stage Crew member Nora McNally holds up one of Belle's dresses to be used in the play.6Picture by Gili PerlStage crew manager John Kaluta directs set builders in preparation for the performance.7Picture by Gili PerlSeveral props, including Lumiere's hat, wait labeled backstage until their use.8Picture by Gili PerlTwo stage crew members tidy up the set to prepare for cast fixes.9Picture by Gili PerlPit Crew practices songs as cast members work on last-minute blocking.10Picture by Gili PerlSeniors Zach Pinsky, Malcolm Foley and sophomore Jonathan Gillette practice their dance number in the hallway undisturbed by the rest of the cast.11Picture by Gili PerlSenior Corri Jackson perfects her blocking as the Lead Villager.12Picture by Gili PerlPit crew conductor Dustin Doyle warms up the musicians, which this year includes government teacher David Swaney.13Picture by Gili Perl
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