With a tremendously memorable rendition of Les Misérables, viewers will still be “hearing the people sing” when “tomorrow comes.”
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Oliver (Daddy) Warbucks, the steely billionaire industrialist turned adoptive father to the lovable orphan of the same name in the musical Annie, was not a role Ric Stroup expected to play.
Tackling such sensitive subject matter is no easy task, and Dominion High School did a commendable job with their production of Go Ask Alice.
Stone Bridge High School’s interpretation of Macbeth is easily one of the most avant-garde Shakespeare productions on a high school stage.
Tuscarora High School’s rendition of Noises Off was nothing short of a side-splitting experience enjoyed by all, thanks to the incredible cast, and one that will not soon be forgotten!
On the whole, Briar Woods High School’s production of Nevermore! indulged a resounding heartbeat in the swirling letters of Edgar Allan Poe’s soul.
Urinetown: The Musical leaked with the feeling of being alive, and allowed the audience to leave enjoying life a little bit more.
Although there were a few lighting and pacing problems, The 39 Steps was enjoyed by a good-sized audience with a cast that was comfortable and enjoyed creating an evening of laughter and merriment.
With striking choreography, high energy, and minimalist technical elements, Heritage High School reminded us that somewhere, there is a place for all of us.