“Moongirl” highlights significance of acceptance, community

Senior Chloe Keeney cuts out props of the play. EBEC students worked on the May Day Play for the past eight months. The play was held May 1 p.m. at 7 p.m.

Students in EBCE prepared for their upcoming play, “Moongir”l, for May 1 at 7 p.m. The play highlighted the journey of how a student with special needs might feel when interacting within society. Director, Heath Pattschull, said audiences would see nearly eight months of hard work on display.

The book “Moonboy” by Carolyn Grace Garcia inspired the play. Pattschull adapted the play from the book.

Eilise Murray, playing the main role of “Moongirl”, takes us on her journey of traveling from moon to Earth. When she arrives to Earth, “Moongirl” finds others judging her based on her appearance. One person, however, decides to get to know her and soon finds out that she is like everyone else.

Tickets were available for purchase at the door or on RevTrak for $5.

There was also a bake sale and art give away after the play.

Did you attend the play, "Moongirl"?

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