Chocolate Factory a hit
THE STUDENTS took to the stage and controlled it, literally.
You could hear a pin drop, except when the audience burst out laughing during the punchlines delivered during the gripping performance of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by students of the Ursuline Convent School on Sunday night.
Based on the book by British novelist Roald Dahl, the cast of actors numbering in the region of 81 told the story of young Charlie Bucket and his grandfather, who joined other golden ticket winners at the mysterious chocolate-making factory owned by the eccentric Willy Wonka.
But it had a Caribbean twist, as was evidenced in the lines convincingly delivered by the main character portraying Willy Wonka.
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