High School Musical

Molly Johnson, Staff Reporter

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November 16, 2017

Lights, camera, action! The largely successful musical, Disney’s High School Musical, put on by the theater department has come to an end. With Emma Schiltz as the leading lady, Gabriella Montez,  and Robert Williams as the lead male, Troy Bolton, the performance had the audience’s hearts feeling happy and throats sore from singing along. Directed by Denfeld’s very own Mr. Pursi, the classic tale of Romeo and Juliet is told in a more common era. The two struggle with finding a balance between sports, academics, and the tradition workings of typical high school cliques, all while singing and dancing. The actors wowed the theater goers with dazzling voices and well rehearsed dance routines. The show was so enthralling that by the Saturday and Sunday shows, they had reached break even point and ended up making a profit of around six thousand dollars. An estimated amount of fifteen hundred people attended the musical.  I think it’s safe to say that our Hunters worked tirelessly on transforming themselves into Wildcats and certainly got their heads in the game.

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High School Musical