Although simplistic in spectacle as most high school shows are, MVHS’s Aida: School Edition did not disappoint in delivery.
As turmoil strikes Tsarist Russia, Pope John Paul the Great Catholic High School’s fantastic Fiddler on the Roof proves, through one melodious instrument, that hope thrives in this dreary, impetuous world through change, balance, and tradition.
Paul VI Catholic High School’s performance of Guys and Dolls took the audience to New York City back when the dolls were glamorous and the guys were scoundrels.
By the end of the musical, the cast’s enthusiasm and commitment had the audience grinning for miles as we all “put on a happy face!”
Audience members were lucky to have attended such a wonderfully executed performance, one of pain, patience, solidarity and strength.
The tragic play teaches the valuable lesson of the effect false allegations can have on other people.
With a tremendously memorable rendition of Les Misérables, viewers will still be “hearing the people sing” when “tomorrow comes.”
With ardor and humor palpable in every moment of their performance, the spirit of the cast was perhaps even larger than the hairstyles of the 1960s.
It was evident that Annandale’s production of The Music Man was anything but troublesome, instead providing a wonderfully crafted performance.
Bishop Ireton delivered just the right excitement and charm to remind us all of the “Brotherhood of Man.”