The cast and crew of Young Frankenstein the Musical successfully brought this tale to life, combining gut-splitting humor with heartfelt moments, bringing the audience to a well-deserved standing ovation.
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In a heart-warming rendition of Nancy Gilsenan’s Don’t Count on Forever last week, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology drove the audience back to the classic 1980s.
With striking choreography, high energy, and minimalist technical elements, Heritage High School reminded us that somewhere, there is a place for all of us.
T.C. Williams High School’s cast used their abundant vocal strengths, superb comedic timing, and strong characterization to create an exciting and enjoyable production of The Wiz.
Robert E. Lee High School’s Into the Woods brought the Brother’s Grimm tales of choices and consequences to a twisted and grim reality, and “happily ever after” certainly does not come to all in this musical.
In a show brimming with talent, Freedom High School’s unforgettable production of Fame certainly made the audience “remember its name.”
Overall, the cast of Langley High lit up the stage with appropriate physicality, use of stage space, and chemistry with other actors, producing a believable conveyance of The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby.
With counting sheep, a secret handshake, and a little bit of magic, this zealous, lighthearted spectacle fit for royalty at Paul VI Catholic High School kept the audience wide awake and wishing for a happily ever after in a kingdom far far away.
Briar Woods High School explored the power of fame and love in their inspiring production of Live It Up! The Musical.
In a flood of color and energy, eleven school kids hopped, skipped, and jump-roped their way onto the stage, ready to begin a new day of first-grade joys and dramas. So began Annandale High School’s heartwarming production, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown.