The Thirteenth Annual Cappies Gala took place on June 10 in the Concert Hall at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
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Mount Vernon High School’s production was certainly enjoyable. With the exception of a few scenes, the actors held the audience’s full attention, and executed plot twists with ease.
The performance was marked by wonderful energy throughout the show, carried from the smallest to the largest roles. Each and every actor and tech did their part to make this show a joy to watch.
Read Anna Smith’s review of Mount Vernon High School’s You Can’t Take It With You
The cast at Mount Vernon High School invited the audience to visit with the Brewster family and enjoy a glass of their “special” elderberry wine in their recent witty presentation of the macabre comedy, Arsenic and Old Lace.
“Brother Trucker” featuring Torres Hodges “Bang, Bang! Click, Click! Ring, Ring!” The miscellaneous sounds of Working were emitted in Mount Vernon High School’s recent lively production. Working, adapted by Stephen Schwartz and Nina Faso from the best-selling novel by Studs Terkel, received several Tony award nominations during its time on Broadway. The musical incorporated the [...]
Mount Vernon High School’s performance of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King and I was smart, interesting, colorful, et cetera et cetera et cetera. The cast worked well together and helped compensate for weaker members, both vocally and with staging. The King (junior Brad Witucki) and Anna (senior Elaina Daoulas) dance the polka The show, based [...]