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Schoolhouse Rock Play Review

Megan Thomas, Staff Writer

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Remember Schoolhouse Rock? That educational show you used to watch when you were little that was actually fun? Well it isn’t gone just yet. PBHS drama club beautifully recreated the fun-loving energy of it in their performance of Schoolhouse Rock Live! The show included favorites such as Lolly Lolly Lolly, Conjunction Junction, and Just a Bill along with several others. Kaitlyn Lloyd, Eva Bedell, Allison Knowlton, Ross Dare, and Shelby Ross played characters from inside the mind of a schoolteacher played by Holden Jennings as they all performed these classic songs three days in a row. Everyone involved seemed to have worked very hard to make the final show of the year a great success.  

This play was a good note to end on for Mr. Hubrecht.  This was his last time of directing for the drama club so the night ended with a touch of emotion. Shelby Ross thanked him, on behalf of all drama club, for his years with them and all he taught them. He will surely be missed. Seniors were also introduced and said goodbye to since this was their last performance as well. However, next year will bring new members and more plays to be even better than the last. The journalism staff wishes drama club good luck in the coming years.

 

Cast

Holden Jennings as Tom

Kaitlyn Lloyd as Georgia

Eva Bedell as Dori

Allison Knowlton as Shulie

Ross Dare as Joe

Shelby Ross as Dina

Ensemble

Jakelynn Vickery

Lillie Pettypool

Band

Cindy white—-Pianist

Harley Barton—-Bass

Matthew Miller—-Drums

Crew

Lighting/Sound Director—-Thomas White

Stage Crew—-Dakota Bernal, Corey Floyd, Valleri Harris, Katie Huskey, Steven Johnson, Hannah Keith, Shelby Nely, Nicholas Ward, Gaelan White

Directors

Bryan Hubrecht—-Director

Brianna Wolk—-Assistant Director

Joshua Allen—-Music Director

Nicholas McDaniel—-Choreography

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Schoolhouse Rock Play Review