It was evident that Annandale’s production of The Music Man was anything but troublesome, instead providing a wonderfully crafted performance.
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Bishop Ireton delivered just the right excitement and charm to remind us all of the “Brotherhood of Man.”
Northwood High School gave a respectable and enjoyable performance of the spellbinding story.
With rocking tunes, an impressive cast, and their journey to reclaim dance for the town of Bomont, Footloose was a hit.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s production embodied the hopeful spirit of the show, with beautiful lighting and set design, strong characterizations, and powerful voices.
Charming, jovial and fun, Connelly School of the Holy Child’s The Pajama Game left the audience feeling optimistic and ready to start “living like a king.”
With lots of joy and a solid ensemble, Oakcrest’s production brought out the child in everyone.
In an emotional and believable rendition of A Taste of Honey, the cast and crew of Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology brought life to this harsh reality.
Handling the difficult Shakespearean language admirably, the cast and crew successfully managed to highlight several humorous moments, from mistaken identities to playful practical jokes, convincing us all to remain thankful that “the course of true love never did run smooth.”
As the more somber and sinister thoughts of each character crept through into the finale, Wakefield’s performance of Rebel Without a Cause left the audience in shock and dismay, ending with a conclusive and melancholy tone ringing through the audience.