(The cast of Migration Hall Productions sing and dance during their performance of Mary Poppins Jr. at Kingsville’s Migration Community Hall on Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018. From left Michael Banks (Blain Dutot), Mary Poppins (Emily LeClair), Bert (Jude Mercer), and Jane Banks (Gracyn Will). Photo above by Eric Bonnici / Eyes On Windsor.)
Migration Hall Productions’ youthful cast charmed audiences with their Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious production of Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s Mary Poppins JR. when it opened in Kingsville last weekend. The practically-perfect nanny brings her magic and delightful tasting medicine back to Migration Community Hall for three final shows on October 26, 27, & 28.
Directed by Stephanie Allen Santos, Migration Hall Productions perfectly brought the classic story to life, not an easy task with a large youthful cast and crew. But as Mary Poppins would say, and Migration Productions proved, “anything can happen if you let it.” Everything from the talented cast and crew to the colourful costumes and set made for a most delightful experience.
The following are some of the photos we shot during the performance on Sunday, October 21st.
For more information about the current and upcoming shows please visit http://migrationhall.com
The full album of the photos we shot can be found on the Eyes On Windsor Facebook page.