‘Magic Kite’ entertains Jonesville students


Roberto (papa) tells his son, Tito, about the importance of kites and the messages written on them by those from his homeland of Mexico during the performance of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon at Jonesville Elementary School.


Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

Puppet Roberto, performed by Scott A. Miller, walks through Mexico hopeful to find a way to see his family in the United States again as young Jonesville Elementary School students listen intently to the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.


Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

Students at Jonesville Elementary School reacts with smiles to the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.


Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

Kites with messages to families in Mexico from those in the United States fly high along the border in the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon at Jonesville Elementary School.


Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School listens intently to the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.


Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School applauds during the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.


Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School is fascinated by the magic tricks performed by puppet Roberto, the father in the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.


Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

Magic tricks performed by puppet Roberto, the father in the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico,” for his family, performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, fascinated students at Jonesville Elementary School Wednesday afternoon.


Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

Jamal, left, performed by Leslie Ann Giles, and Tito, performed by Rahsheem Shabazz, prepare to fly on their magic kites as actors Veda Covington and Scott A. Miller provide props in the background. The Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, performed “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” Wednesday afternoon for Jonesville Elementary School students.


Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

Millie, Esperanza (mama) and Tito get ready to fly on the magic kite to find Roberto (papa) who was deported to Mexico from the United States during the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by actors with the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte.


Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School applauds during the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.


Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School is fascinated by the magic tricks performed by puppet Roberto, the father in the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.


Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School listens intently to the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.


Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

Roberto, performed by Scott A. Miller, walks through the dessert of Mexico in “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” as his family soars at the invisible border between the United States and Mexico looking for him on a magic kite, flown by Veda Covington.


Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

Actors with the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, create a roadbed as the play “The Magic Kite, El paplote magico” is performed at Jonesville Elementary School Wednesday afternoon. Those performing are, from left, Leslie Ann Giles, Rahsheem Shabazz, Scott A. Miller and Veda Covington.


Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

Roberto (papa) tells his son, Tito, about the importance of kites and the messages written on them by those from his homeland of Mexico during the performance of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon at Jonesville Elementary School.

Puppet Roberto, performed by Scott A. Miller, walks through Mexico hopeful to find a way to see his family in the United States again as young Jonesville Elementary School students listen intently to the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.

Students at Jonesville Elementary School reacts with smiles to the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.

Kites with messages to families in Mexico from those in the United States fly high along the border in the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon at Jonesville Elementary School.

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School listens intently to the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School applauds during the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School is fascinated by the magic tricks performed by puppet Roberto, the father in the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.

Magic tricks performed by puppet Roberto, the father in the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico,” for his family, performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, fascinated students at Jonesville Elementary School Wednesday afternoon.

Jamal, left, performed by Leslie Ann Giles, and Tito, performed by Rahsheem Shabazz, prepare to fly on their magic kites as actors Veda Covington and Scott A. Miller provide props in the background. The Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, performed “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” Wednesday afternoon for Jonesville Elementary School students.

Millie, Esperanza (mama) and Tito get ready to fly on the magic kite to find Roberto (papa) who was deported to Mexico from the United States during the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by actors with the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte.

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School applauds during the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School is fascinated by the magic tricks performed by puppet Roberto, the father in the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School listens intently to the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.

Roberto, performed by Scott A. Miller, walks through the dessert of Mexico in “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” as his family soars at the invisible border between the United States and Mexico looking for him on a magic kite, flown by Veda Covington.

Actors with the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, create a roadbed as the play “The Magic Kite, El paplote magico” is performed at Jonesville Elementary School Wednesday afternoon. Those performing are, from left, Leslie Ann Giles, Rahsheem Shabazz, Scott A. Miller and Veda Covington.

Roberto (papa) tells his son, Tito, about the importance of kites and the messages written on them by those from his homeland of Mexico during the performance of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon at Jonesville Elementary School.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0291.jpgRoberto (papa) tells his son, Tito, about the importance of kites and the messages written on them by those from his homeland of Mexico during the performance of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon at Jonesville Elementary School. Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

Puppet Roberto, performed by Scott A. Miller, walks through Mexico hopeful to find a way to see his family in the United States again as young Jonesville Elementary School students listen intently to the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0425.jpgPuppet Roberto, performed by Scott A. Miller, walks through Mexico hopeful to find a way to see his family in the United States again as young Jonesville Elementary School students listen intently to the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon. Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

Students at Jonesville Elementary School reacts with smiles to the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0407.jpgStudents at Jonesville Elementary School reacts with smiles to the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon. Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

Kites with messages to families in Mexico from those in the United States fly high along the border in the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon at Jonesville Elementary School.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0429.jpgKites with messages to families in Mexico from those in the United States fly high along the border in the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon at Jonesville Elementary School. Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School listens intently to the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0388.jpgThe student body of Jonesville Elementary School listens intently to the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon. Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School applauds during the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0443.jpgThe student body of Jonesville Elementary School applauds during the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon. Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School is fascinated by the magic tricks performed by puppet Roberto, the father in the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0319.jpgThe student body of Jonesville Elementary School is fascinated by the magic tricks performed by puppet Roberto, the father in the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon. Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

Magic tricks performed by puppet Roberto, the father in the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico,” for his family, performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, fascinated students at Jonesville Elementary School Wednesday afternoon.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0300.jpgMagic tricks performed by puppet Roberto, the father in the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico,” for his family, performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, fascinated students at Jonesville Elementary School Wednesday afternoon. Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

Jamal, left, performed by Leslie Ann Giles, and Tito, performed by Rahsheem Shabazz, prepare to fly on their magic kites as actors Veda Covington and Scott A. Miller provide props in the background. The Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, performed “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” Wednesday afternoon for Jonesville Elementary School students.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0382.jpgJamal, left, performed by Leslie Ann Giles, and Tito, performed by Rahsheem Shabazz, prepare to fly on their magic kites as actors Veda Covington and Scott A. Miller provide props in the background. The Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, performed “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” Wednesday afternoon for Jonesville Elementary School students. Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

Millie, Esperanza (mama) and Tito get ready to fly on the magic kite to find Roberto (papa) who was deported to Mexico from the United States during the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by actors with the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0412.jpgMillie, Esperanza (mama) and Tito get ready to fly on the magic kite to find Roberto (papa) who was deported to Mexico from the United States during the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by actors with the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte. Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School applauds during the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0321.jpgThe student body of Jonesville Elementary School applauds during the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon. Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School is fascinated by the magic tricks performed by puppet Roberto, the father in the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0317.jpgThe student body of Jonesville Elementary School is fascinated by the magic tricks performed by puppet Roberto, the father in the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon. Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

The student body of Jonesville Elementary School listens intently to the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0332.jpgThe student body of Jonesville Elementary School listens intently to the story of “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” performed by the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Wednesday afternoon. Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

Roberto, performed by Scott A. Miller, walks through the dessert of Mexico in “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” as his family soars at the invisible border between the United States and Mexico looking for him on a magic kite, flown by Veda Covington.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0421.jpgRoberto, performed by Scott A. Miller, walks through the dessert of Mexico in “The Magic Kite, El papalote magico” as his family soars at the invisible border between the United States and Mexico looking for him on a magic kite, flown by Veda Covington. Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune

Actors with the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, create a roadbed as the play “The Magic Kite, El paplote magico” is performed at Jonesville Elementary School Wednesday afternoon. Those performing are, from left, Leslie Ann Giles, Rahsheem Shabazz, Scott A. Miller and Veda Covington.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0286.jpgActors with the Taradiddle Players, the professional touring group for the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, create a roadbed as the play “The Magic Kite, El paplote magico” is performed at Jonesville Elementary School Wednesday afternoon. Those performing are, from left, Leslie Ann Giles, Rahsheem Shabazz, Scott A. Miller and Veda Covington. Wendy Byerly Wood | Elkin Tribune
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