Gallery: MMS Drama Troupe's ‘Little Red Writing Hood’

Photos by Julie Furtado
Posted 7/14/22

EAST PROVIDENCE — Late in the 2021-22 term, the Martin Middle School Drama Troupe presented its spring play, “Little Red Writing Hood.” The original script was written by seventh …

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Gallery: MMS Drama Troupe's ‘Little Red Writing Hood’

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EAST PROVIDENCE — Late in the 2021-22 term, the Martin Middle School Drama Troupe presented its spring play, “Little Red Writing Hood.” The original script was written by seventh grade MMS students Collin LeDuc and Jayden Caverio. The play explored a young girl’s imagination as she faces a daunting writing assignment.

Through a dream that includes characters and situations from various fairy tales, a painting and her own family, she comes up with a story that is destined to give her an A-plus.

“Little Red Writing Hood” was directed by Dr. Alice A. Jenkins and assisted by Karen Greene. The Boys & Girls Club of East Providence provided the after-school drama program at MMS.

— East Providence Post and eastbayri.com contributing photographer Julie Furtado shot the accompanying gallery of photos.

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