Newton-Ransom Elementary School students musical play ‘Roots of the Earth’


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Newton-Ransom Elementary School fourth graders perform a scene from the musical play ‘Roots of the Earth’ as part of an artist-in-residency program at Abington Heights Middle School in Newton Township on Friday morning.


Bill Tarutis | For Abington Journal

Newton-Ransom Elementary School fourth graders from left, Brooke Bradley and Mia Venesky perform a scene from ‘Roots of the Earth.’


Bill Tarutis | For Abington Journal

‘Anteaters’ Kaitlyn Clark, left, and Kyle Bowen speak to ‘tree cutter’ J.J. Gorrick about the effects of deforestation while he sleeps in a scene from the musical play ‘Roots of the Earth’


Bill Tarutis | For Abington Journal

Newton-Ransom Elementary School fourth graders perform in ‘Roots of the Earth’ as part of an artist-in-residency program at Abington Heights Middle School in Newton Township.


Bill Tarutis | For Abington Journal

Artist-in-residence and play musical director Preach Freedom performs a song for the children of Newton-Ransom Elementary School Friday morning.


Bill Tarutis | For Abington Journal

From left, Newton-Ransom Elementary fourth grader Zack Hiza hugs Artist-in-residence Nan Berti after presenting her flowers.


Bill Tarutis | For Abington Journal

From left, Artists-in-residence Preach Freedom and Milissa Williams offer remarks after receiving gifts from the children at Newton-Ransom Elementary School Friday morning.


Bill Tarutis | For Abington Journal

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Newton Ransom Elementary School: Artist in residency “Roots of the Earth” musical play (clip one)

NEWTON TWP. — Newton-Ransom Elementary School students presented their annual Arts Alive program Friday, May 27 at the Abington Heights Middle School. This year’s musical play was titled “Roots of the Earth.” It was part of an artist-in-residency program at the school.

Newton-Ransom Elementary School fourth graders perform a scene from the musical play ‘Roots of the Earth’ as part of an artist-in-residency program at Abington Heights Middle School in Newton Township on Friday morning.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_ABJ060116Artists_1.jpgNewton-Ransom Elementary School fourth graders perform a scene from the musical play ‘Roots of the Earth’ as part of an artist-in-residency program at Abington Heights Middle School in Newton Township on Friday morning. Bill Tarutis | For Abington Journal

Newton-Ransom Elementary School fourth graders from left, Brooke Bradley and Mia Venesky perform a scene from ‘Roots of the Earth.’
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_ABJ060116Artists_2.jpgNewton-Ransom Elementary School fourth graders from left, Brooke Bradley and Mia Venesky perform a scene from ‘Roots of the Earth.’ Bill Tarutis | For Abington Journal

‘Anteaters’ Kaitlyn Clark, left, and Kyle Bowen speak to ‘tree cutter’ J.J. Gorrick about the effects of deforestation while he sleeps in a scene from the musical play ‘Roots of the Earth’
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_ABJ060116Artists_3.jpg‘Anteaters’ Kaitlyn Clark, left, and Kyle Bowen speak to ‘tree cutter’ J.J. Gorrick about the effects of deforestation while he sleeps in a scene from the musical play ‘Roots of the Earth’ Bill Tarutis | For Abington Journal

Newton-Ransom Elementary School fourth graders perform in ‘Roots of the Earth’ as part of an artist-in-residency program at Abington Heights Middle School in Newton Township.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_ABJ060116Artists_4.jpgNewton-Ransom Elementary School fourth graders perform in ‘Roots of the Earth’ as part of an artist-in-residency program at Abington Heights Middle School in Newton Township. Bill Tarutis | For Abington Journal

Artist-in-residence and play musical director Preach Freedom performs a song for the children of Newton-Ransom Elementary School Friday morning.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_ABJ060116Artists_5.jpgArtist-in-residence and play musical director Preach Freedom performs a song for the children of Newton-Ransom Elementary School Friday morning. Bill Tarutis | For Abington Journal

From left, Newton-Ransom Elementary fourth grader Zack Hiza hugs Artist-in-residence Nan Berti after presenting her flowers.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_ABJ060116Artists_6.jpgFrom left, Newton-Ransom Elementary fourth grader Zack Hiza hugs Artist-in-residence Nan Berti after presenting her flowers. Bill Tarutis | For Abington Journal

From left, Artists-in-residence Preach Freedom and Milissa Williams offer remarks after receiving gifts from the children at Newton-Ransom Elementary School Friday morning.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_ABJ060116Artists_7.jpgFrom left, Artists-in-residence Preach Freedom and Milissa Williams offer remarks after receiving gifts from the children at Newton-Ransom Elementary School Friday morning. Bill Tarutis | For Abington Journal

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