Planning and executing “Oh Holy Knight” was a difficult task, but it was a fun and rewarding one as well. “Oh Holy Knight” was a task not only students worked on, but adults as well. Without everyone working together we never would have been able to pull off “Oh Holy Knight,” a humorous and heart-warming short Christmas play, as there were a lot of things we needed in order for the audience to become fully immersed and invested in this world we were partaking in and bringing to life. From the tables and chairs to the masks and the costumes, props were provided and handled nicely by everyone responsible for setting them up and making sure they were in the right places at the right times. We rehearsed tirelessly and helped each other out when we needed it.
We worked hard not only at the play, but on serving and seating guests at the Madrigal Dinner as well, which was also part of the night of festivities and also included us doing some acting. We had to stay in character the entire time we were serving which made the whole thing seem like a tiny extension of the play. Almost like a peek further into the characters of “Oh Holy Knight”.
All in all, I’d say “Oh Holy Knight” went off without a hitch! Everyone performed so well and worked hard together to get everything that needed to be done finished. The night was fun for everyone. Thank you to everyone who helped “Oh Holy Knight!"