Madison Sherrer, Dacula Elementary Drama Club
Fifth grader shines in recent performance.
Fifth grade, Dacula Elementary School
Dacula Elementary School drama teacher Leslie Grubbs and classroom teacher Kelly Hite nominated Sherrer after her recent performance in an original Dacula Elementary drama club play entitled “The Challenge.”
Grubbs described Sherrer’s performance as "amazing." Grubbs wrote:
She received a standing ovation for her long memorized monologue and truly stole the show! Madison Sherrer is a true “Drama Queen” in the very best way. She loves acting and has an amazing talent for theatre arts.
Madison is a special needs student at Dacula Elementary, but her very special skill is evident for this art. In our recent Drama Club play production, she wowed the audience by doing a phenomenal job of performing a long monologue, which she memorized entirely and delivered with outstanding dramatic expression. Her performance literally brought gasps of elated surprise and admiration from the entire audience and she was given an enthusiastic standing ovation.
Our principal, Mary Lou Enright, told her that she truly stole the show! Madison is so successful in Drama because, not only does she possess true natural talent and an intense love of this art form, but she also works very hard. She practiced her part consistently and also had to work hard in her classroom activities in order to participate in this Drama Club play. She persevered through all of the difficult challenges, always modeling kindness toward others through her sweet, contagious smile.
We are so proud of our Madison and can’t wait to see her earn her deserved fame someday so we can say, “I knew her when!”
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