The Middle School Theatre Arts program presented "Little Shop of Horrors" on April 21 in Meyer Hall. Congratulations to the students who performed in this musical, because it takes so much courage to get on stage and sing with such confidence and talent!
Grauer Middle School Theatre Program Presents "Little Shop Of Horrors" Musical
From Erin Langen, Theatre Teacher: The Middle School Theatre Arts program presented "Little Shop of Horrors" on April 21 in Meyer Hall. Congratulations to the students who performed in this musical, including Wyatt T. '27 (Seymour), Chloe M. '27 (Audrey), Inder C. '27 (Orin the Dentist & Mr. Mushnik), Charlotte J. '27 (Chiffon), Nalani C. '27 (Crystal), Nina R. '27 (Ronnette), and Lucy B. '27 (Audrey II the Plant), plus our special guest performer, Fariba Farah (Customer). For many of these students, this was their first time performing in a musical, and it takes so much courage to get on stage and sing with such confidence and talent. Everything was spectacular, from the cast and set design, to the puppets, music, costumes, and staging.
It was a pleasure working with this group of actors and students. Every day, they worked with each other, cheered each other on, and truly embraced this craft. We could not have done any of this without our amazing supportive community. I would like to thank all my students in middle school and high school, as well as our administration and staff, who helped us with their “yes, I’ll do that for you” attitude! We would also like to thank all of the Grauer students and families who came to this performance in support of our talented Middle School actors!
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