Looking for a Mary Poppins - Winifred Banks (played by Sydney Hunter) speaks to her banker husband George (played by Brogan Middleton) in the opening scene of Mary Poppins about the loss of another nanny for their children in the Bashaw Schools senior drama play on May 11 at the Bashaw United Church. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Looking for a Mary Poppins - Winifred Banks (played by Sydney Hunter) speaks to her banker husband George (played by Brogan Middleton) in the opening scene of Mary Poppins about the loss of another nanny for their children in the Bashaw Schools senior drama play on May 11 at the Bashaw United Church. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

PHOTOS: Mary Poppins

Bashaw School’s senior drama presentation of a classic musical

Bashaw School’s senior drama presentation of a classic musical

Bashaw School

 

The magical and unpredictable Mary Poppins (Quinn Kisling) shows up to the Banks home in answer to a thought to be discard advert, to the delight of the children.

The magical and unpredictable Mary Poppins (Quinn Kisling) shows up to the Banks home in answer to a thought to be discard advert, to the delight of the children.

Mary Poppins (Quinn Kisling) dances in the park with Bert (Brady Meger) as the Banks’ children (Justin Linn and Jaycee Dawbin) sit near a pair of statues that later on magically come to life during the first act.

Mary Poppins (Quinn Kisling) dances in the park with Bert (Brady Meger) as the Banks’ children (Justin Linn and Jaycee Dawbin) sit near a pair of statues that later on magically come to life during the first act.

Mary Poppins (Quinn Kisling) and Bert (Brady Meger) head out on a walk, leaving the Banks’ children ( Justin Linn and Jaycee Dawbin) scowling before two statues (Grant Golinowski and Emma Hewlett) magically come to life.

Mary Poppins (Quinn Kisling) and Bert (Brady Meger) head out on a walk, leaving the Banks’ children ( Justin Linn and Jaycee Dawbin) scowling before two statues (Grant Golinowski and Emma Hewlett) magically come to life.

Bert (Brady Meger) taps and waddles along with some not-so-animated penguins in this musical scene.

Bert (Brady Meger) taps and waddles along with some not-so-animated penguins in this musical scene.

Miss Lark (Emily Kohlman) is shocked at what Mary Poppins (Quinn Kisling) comes up with from the letters on her cart, which leads into one of the play’s best known musical numbers - and the hardest to spell - Supercalifragalisticexpialidocious.

Miss Lark (Emily Kohlman) is shocked at what Mary Poppins (Quinn Kisling) comes up with from the letters on her cart, which leads into one of the play’s best known musical numbers - and the hardest to spell - Supercalifragalisticexpialidocious.