Planning a new musical with a new director, Warrior Run students are feeling the crunch ahead of this weekend’s staging of “Oliver.”
Meadowbrook Christian may have lost a lot of senior talent last year, but don’t let that scare you away from the school’s production of “Annie” this weekend, according to Sarah Smith.
Beyond the costumes, choreography and crew work, preparing for this week’s production of “The Wizard of Oz” has provided students at Danville a moment of clarity.
Senior Emily Alico has enjoyed numerous facets of learning through her musical career at Lewisburg — and her role as Dorothy in this weekend’s “Wizard of Oz” has pushed her to new limits.
The 2020 #ValleyMusicals season kicks off with a show geared for the whole family as Line Mountain High School stages “Seussical the Musical” this weekend.
Still a senior at Danville High School, Gina Bonomo recently received her first lesson from Broadway via the audition process for the show “Mrs. Doubtfire.”
LEWISBURG — Looking out over a quickly filling Campus Theatre on Monday night, Destiny Lopez and Connor Elio each admitted to being a bit nervous before the third annual #ValleyMusicals celebration.
Warrior Run senior Mariah Rovenolt admitted some disappointment when she saw the cast list for “The Little Mermaid.”
A small musical cast, a fairly unknown show and a new musical director — three ingredients that could spell trouble for any potential spring show.
At a school known statewide for its athletic prowess, Southern Columbia’s theater department has been carving out its own niche, most recently with the school edition of the classic musical, “Grease.”
As a kindergartener, Caleb Wertz attended his first musical at the Shikellamy auditorium — the school’s 2009 production of “The Wiz.”
Closing out his senior year with Shamokin’s “Les Miserables” offered a fitting bookend for Connor Elio’s life through graduation.
Near the end of Selinsgrove’s “Beauty and the Beast,” the characters of Gaston and the Beast physically battled each other on the second story of an elaborate castle set piece for the affections of Belle.
Coming off a senior-laden 2018 production of “Fiddler on the Roof,” Mount Carmel musical director Melinda Hoopes admitted she wasn’t sure what to expect from this year’s cast heading into “Footloose.”
Even as a senior performer, Milton’s Sydney Telesky struggled with a lot of nerves before tackling the role of Violet Newstead in “9 to 5.”
Inspired by the long hours and passion Mifflinburg students bring to the stage every spring, teacher Michael Sundberg wanted to contribute something special to this year’s production of “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.”
Orry Walter doubled up on roles two years ago as a sophomore when Midd-West staged “Beauty and the Beast” — playing both the villain Gaston and the smooth-talking candelabra, Lumiere.
One of the benefits of participating in high school theater, according to numerous students, involves the family like connection developed in putting on a show.
Lewisburg theater students enjoy sharing the impact of their shows with the community — even including an annual tradition of staging the show for senior citizens on Thursdays before regular show weekend.
A massive new auditorium posed some challenges for the Danville musical students this spring as they staged “Seussical the Musical.”
Sunbury Christian students and staff have embraced the challenge of staging a show many people may not know — “Bells are Ringing.”