Middle School to Present Musical Grease on May 10

Gill St. Bernard’s seventh and eighth grade students proudly present the spring musical, Grease: School Edition!
 
Students have been busy rehearsing since September, and will present two performances on Saturday, May 10—at 1:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.—in the Theater. Only a small number of tickets, $10 for adults and $5 for children, are still available on a first-come first-served basis and can be reserved by emailing Amy Southerland at asoutherland@gsbschool.org. Reservations are required and can be paid for with cash or by check only at the door the day of the show. Doors will open at 1:00 p.m. for the matinee showing and at 6:30 p.m. for the evening performance. 

Join Danny Zuko (Matthew “Max” Alexy ’19) and The Burger Palace Boys, as well as Sandy Dumbrowski (Amity Matthews ’18) and The Pink Ladies, during a live performance of unforgettable hit songs including We Go Together, Summer Nights and Beauty School Dropout—with music and lyrics by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. School is back in session at Rydell High School, where you’ll find the following cast members depicting some of Grease’s all-time favorite characters:
 
Jessica Abowitz ’18
Matthew “Max” Alexy ’19
Alicia Amoroso ’19
Lucas Bernui ’19
Kamal Brown ’19
Lillian Cannon ’19
Genevieve Caron ’19
Olivia Ellman ’18
Christian Ernst ’19
Olivia Escousse ’19
Lily Fischer ’19
William Goldmark ’19
Charles Han ’18
Kennedy Hayes ’18
Jack Herrlin ’18
Nicole Johnson ’18
Leonore Kivits ’19
Mark Lewis ’19
Christopher “CJ” Licata ’18    
Ryleigh Marcus ’19
Nour Marzouk ’18
Amity Matthews ’18
Jonathan Moore ’18
Susanne Mundt ’19
Charlese Reynolds ’18
Vallika Saraswat ’19
Noah Steinbaum ’18
AJ Witte ’19
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