No, you are - Elle Woods (Emily Kohlman) sits at what was supposed to be an intimate dinner with Warner Huntington (Landon Schulte) just before she learns he’s dumping her in the opening act of the Bashaw senior high drama students musical production of Legally Blonde on May 5 at the Bashaw United Church. The play followed Woods journey from simply a girl trying to maintain her love life to becoming an intelligent lawyer. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

PHOTOS: Love of the musical

The Bashaw School senior high class beautifully performs Legally Blonde

By Jordie Dwyer

The Bashaw School senior high class beautifully performs Legally Blonde

 

Calm before the storm: Warner Huntington (Landon Schulte) starts off having Elle Woods (Emily Kohlman) thinking he was proposing, before dumping her as he heads off to Harvard law school in the Bashaw senior high musical.

LSAT stress - Elle Woods (Emily Kohlman) gets some tutoring from Kate (Brynne Dawbin) while some partying frat boys constantly attempt to interrupt as Elle takes the entrance exams to get into Harvard as she attempts to get back the love of her life.

Blonde logic - Elle Woods (Emily Kohlman) has some inspiration on how to win back her ex, Warner, with some assistance of hairdresser and stylist Paulette (Jessica Johnson) that would create a buzz at a party that night.

Take that - Warner Huntington (Landon Schulte) gets a shot from new girlfriend and fellow law student Vivienne Kennsington (Taegan Domstad) after he slips up talking to his ex Elle Woods (Emily Kohlman) after Vivienne tried to humiliate her at ‘supposed’ costume party.

Not so legal argument: Warner Huntington (Landon Schulte) looks on as Vivienne Kennsington (Taegan Domstad) and Elle Woods (Emily Kohlman) get into a stand off at a law student party over who is both better suited for Warner and who will be a better lawyer, before Elle storms off to continue the fight another day.

Chip on her shoulder - Elle Woods (Emily Kohlman) takes some sage advice from fellow law student Emmett Forrest (Brady Meger) that finally got her thinking what she really needs to focus on, instead of letting the ex hold her back.

Retribution: Elle Woods (Emily Kohlman) hands her resume off to law professor Callahan (Brogan Middleton) after winning an law battle over a rather disgusted looking Vivienne (Taegan Domstad) with an internship in the balance as new friend Emmett Forrest (Brady Meger) stands nearby.

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