You-review-it Monday: High school musical weekend

November 21, 2010
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For me, it was high school musical weekend. Not the Disney "High School Musical" but the real thing, with all other arts activities on postponed so that I can attend (twice) whatever show my kids' high school is putting on.

These shows (this time is was "Seussical) not only are opportunities to burst with pride, but also a chance to relive my own high school theater experiences--productions that helped fuel my passion for the performing arts.

Of course, my blissful double hit of the Cat and the Hat and company at Pike High School meant missing Tonic Ball, the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, and a lot more.

So fill me in. What did you see or hear this weekend?

(As for Harry Potter, I have to admit that I have yet to see any of the films in their entirety. Nothing against them, but I just never caught the Hogwarts bug.)

Your thoughts?

  • Beauty and the Beast was Sensational!
    I took my kids to see North Central High School's production of Beauty and the Beast, and it was every bit as entertaining as a professional show. These kids are incredibly talented. I especially enjoyed the performances of Lumiere and Gaston. The Beast has a phenomenal voice - - I expect to see him make a career of this perhaps?

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