Lessons learned from The Tutor

April 23, 2014

By Maple Ridge News

Alyssa Day twirls a strand of hair around her finger, tilts her head and delivers a heart-melting pout.

She’s mastering her role as a vixen, much to the delight of student director Rachel Renaud, who is standing off stage in the drama room at Maple Ridge secondary.

I’m trying to bring out her deviousness and sassiness, Renaud says as she instructs Day, who plays a complex high-school hottie named Kristina in The Tutor, an original play written by Renaud’s older brother Nic.

“She dominates the whole play and dominates him.”

The play follows Andy, a Grade 12 student who has everything going his way in terms of school and friends.

He’s even registered as a biology tutor to avoid working at a deep-fryer and the best part – Kristina, the hottest girl in school, is his first student.

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