On Friday, October 14, nine drama students at Thomas Dale High School (TDHS) got a behind-the-scenes tour of the “To Have and To Hold” movie set at Henricus. Students were given the opportunity to learn how a large-scale move is made including meet-and-greets with the film’s director, producer and stars and a glimpse into the wardrobe, make-up and catering facilities for the movie. TDHS is home to Chesterfield County’s Visual and Performing Arts Specialty Center for students highly interested or talented in music, theater, dance or visual arts. “To Have and To Hold” is a colonial-era movie based on a best-selling American novel written in 1900. Filming at Henricus will conclude this week.