You've probably heard of Romeo & Juliet, but what about Romeo & Juliet on the Border? This “Living Textbook” production was created by Arts Based School Arts Director Mary Siebert to blend a slew of core curriculum requirements from a variety of disciplines into one fantastic production. That production is Romeo & Juliet on the Border. The one-hour production returns next month to The Arts Council Theatre in Winston-Salem. Mary stopped by Studio A with student actors Gary Whitt, who played Romeo, Sophie Garau who played Juliet, sopranos Ruth Kelly, Emily Brooks, boy soprano Ben LeFevre and violinist Vivian Mayers for an in-studio performance and interview.
The Arts Based School in Winston-Salem is a public charter K-8 school. Their production of Romeo & Juliet on the Border runs Thursday March 10th and Friday the 11th at 7pm in The Arts Council Theatre, 610 Coliseum Drive.