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Monday, October 22, 2018
PRESS PHOTOS BY DANA GRUBBBest man George (Cameron Miller) and groom Robert Martin (Jayden Browne) kick high in the number “Cold Feets.” PRESS PHOTOS BY DANA GRUBBBest man George (Cameron Miller) and groom Robert Martin (Jayden Browne) kick high in the number “Cold Feets.”
“I’ve been taking lessons,” Kitty (Ciara Purcell) says to Broadway producer Feldzieg (Maxwell Vermillion), as she hopes to replace the soon to be married Broadway star Janet Van De Graaff in the Feldzieg’s Follies. “I’ve been taking lessons,” Kitty (Ciara Purcell) says to Broadway producer Feldzieg (Maxwell Vermillion), as she hopes to replace the soon to be married Broadway star Janet Van De Graaff in the Feldzieg’s Follies.
The cast performs the opening song, “Fancy Dress.” The cast performs the opening song, “Fancy Dress.”
Broadway star Janet Van De Graaff (Krystyna Pinel) and cast members dance to the song “Show Off.” Broadway star Janet Van De Graaff (Krystyna Pinel) and cast members dance to the song “Show Off.”
“Let’s be taken to the decadent world of the ’20s,” the Man in the Chair (Rylan Foraker) says, through whose imagination the performance unfolds. “Let’s be taken to the decadent world of the ’20s,” the Man in the Chair (Rylan Foraker) says, through whose imagination the performance unfolds.

LEHIGH VALLEY CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 by The Press in School

Students present ‘The Drowsy Chaperone’

The Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts performed its spring musical, “The Drowsy Chaperone” April 11 through 15 with four evening and one matinee performance. Based on the book by Bob Martin and Don McKeller, with lyrics and music by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison, “The Drowsy Chaperone” is set in the lively era of the 1920s, as seen through the eyes of an audience member. The impending marriage of a Broadway star to a tycoon snowballs into series of comedic and confusing misadventures. Diane Wagner Dobrowolski directed and Neil Chaban (musical director), Peter Wrenn-Meleck (technical direction), Kelly Bickert (choreography) and Charter Arts student Bree Scott assisted.