Whether it was through side-splitting comedic antics, heart wrenching realizations, or just the marvelous set, this production of You Can’t Take it With You left the audience standing in ovation.
Despite a couple of flat notes and a runaway die, you can bet that Washington-Lee High School rolled up a real winner in their production of Guys and Dolls.
Robinson’s production of Hairspray was an incredibly enjoyable performance, with its fair share of professional-quality moments, strong vocals, and convincing characters!
With the thriving pizzazz of the jazz age, the cast of Flint Hill School created a wonderfully frothy production of The Boy Friend that was brimming with delights.
South Lakes presented a hilarious and heartwarming musical, proving that sometimes love may truly be a match made in heaven.
A warming tribute to a bygone era, Hayfield’s Singin’ in the Rain was sweet and heartwarming, sprinkled with mirth and innocence.
Mount Vernon’s production of The Wiz proved that nothing can beat the power of true friendship or the chemistry of a close cast.
Urinetown: The Musical leaked with the feeling of being alive, and allowed the audience to leave enjoying life a little bit more.
Rashomon is a thought-provoking, carefully composed evaluation of truth’s place among good and evil, a difficult theme that Lake Braddock Secondary School undertook with vigor.
Matchmaker, matchmaker, make me a match! Match me with Fairfax High School’s production of Hello, Dolly! for a night of fun and flirtation.