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June 14, 2021

Students review Junie B. play

Enochville Elementary School students review “Junie B. in: Jingle Bells, Batman Smells,” which is being performed at the Norvell Theater through Nov. 19.
I loved your play. My favorite character was Mr. Scary (Nicholas Barlow) because he had to keep correcting Junie B. Jones (Sarah Beth Richard). I also liked Mr. Toot (Michael Jones) because he wears funny clothes. I also liked Mr. Toot because he likes Christmas a lot. That is why I like the play “Jingle Bells Batman Smells.” So I might go back on Saturday, the 19th at 7:30 p.m. If you go, I hope you like it.
— William
My class went to see the play “Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells” at the Norvell theatre on Tuesday, Nov. 15. I liked the play because it was a good performance and a funny play.
— Carson Kelly
My class went to see the play “Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells,” at the Norvell Theatre on Tuesday. It was funny!My favorite characters were May, Phillip Jonny Bob, and Junie B. Jones! I liked May because she said things that were super funny! I liked Phillip, Jonny Bob and Junie B. the most. when they were sitting on Junie B.’s bed pushing each other off. I loved the play so much I’m going to try to go again Saturday.
— Emily Wilson
I am a third-grade student at Enochville Elementary. We went to see the play “Junie B. Jones, Jingle Bells, Batman Smells” at the Norvell Theatre. My favorite part was when they sang but Junie B. said the wrong words. I liked that part because it was funny and I like that Christmas song and the one Junie B. sang. I liked this play because I love Junie B. Jones books, it was something that I could see and was very popular. The character that played Junie B. Jones was phenomenal and she said her lines clearly. I loved that she had the personality like Junie B. and she had the glasses like Junie B. It was a great play and I can not wait until I get to see another Junie B. play.
— Danielle Church
The play, Junie B. Jones, “Jingle Bells Batman Smells” was a wonderful play. All of the cast were very good actors. My favorite character was Elf Ellen played by Amery Barton. Elf Ellen was funny and nice. This play is a funny Christmas play for children and adults that like jokes and comedy. I liked when Elf Ellen told them not to blow their nose on the handkerchief because this guy named Sheldon was germaphobic. He covered his head with a bag sometimes so he wouldn’t get sick. The play was a wonderful play to see.
— Alexis
I am a third-grade student at Enochville Elementary. On Nov. 15, 2011, we went to see the play Junie B. Jones, Jingle Bells, Batman Smells at the Norvell Theatre. My favorite part of the play was when they had the Christopher Columbus play because at the end of it Junie B. Jones and May were racing and the people in the back fell out and flipped the other boat.Then they tripped May and Junie B. Jones and the card board boats broke and May got mad at Junie B. Jones. So, Mr. Scary wrote a note home to their parents. It was very funny.
— Harrison Shepherd
My class went to see the play Junie B. in Jingle Bells Batman Smells, at the Norvell Theater on Tuesday, November 15th. I loved the play because I like Junie B. a lot. I almost have all the books. I really liked the part wear Junie B. squeezes the “Squeeze-a-Burp” too. The “Squeeze-a-Burp” has a big loud deep burp that is really funny. Junie B. found the “Squeeze-a-Burp” cast five dollars at the gift shop. Junie B. wanted it but she got it for her enemy May. Junie B. did not like May. But Junie B. had too. After she got it for May they became friends. I liked the play a whole bunch. I hope I get to see it again soon.
— Kendall Walter
I liked Annabel Barr who played May in Junie B. Jones “Jingle Bells Batman Smells.” I think she was really good because I actually thought that she was mad at Junie B Jones. I also liked her because it felt like her and Junie B. Jones got into a real argument. I really liked all the characters. They did a fantastic job. Congratulations on a fabulous play.
— Brooklyn
I am a third grade student at Enochville Elementary . We went to see the play Junie B. Jones Jingle Bells, Batman Smells, p.s. so does May. I think the actors worked very hard. They did very good. They never went out of character. This was a really good play. My favorite part was when Luuelle squeezed the squeezed a burp and they all said Luuelle did it. She said it was the toy. So if I were you, I would go see this play.
— Dominic Bentley
My class went to see the play Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells at the Norvell Theatre on Tuesday. My favorite part was when Junie B. made the Squeeze-a-Burp, burp very loud. My favorite character is Junie B. Jones because she is very funny. She messed Mays sweater up. I liked the play a lot. That was the best play I have ever seen. I hope we can go back again. I am happy we went there.
— Jayson Plyler

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