Arts & Entertainment

Livingston High School to Present ‘Grease’

March 8, 2014 at 6:55 AM

LIVINGSTON, NJ - The story of Rydell High's spirited class of '59 will be on stage from March 13 to March 15, when Livingston High School (LHS) presents, "Grease," the rollicking all-school school musical.

"It is full of the great songs from the show, lots of dance numbers, lots of fun and I think audience of all ages will enjoy it," said Janene DePalo, who is directing the production.
Performances are at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, from March 13 to March 15, in the LHS auditorium. A matinee has been added for 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 15. Tickets are $12. Learn more on the LHS theatre website by clicking HERE.
The production will feature the talents of more than 50 students onstage and behind the scenes.
The cast consists of:
Brandon Binsol, Austin Biss, Bailey Grey, Shannon Colonna, Corinne Ferman, Jared Goldsmith, Joe Israel, Jared Kirsch, Brian Miseo, Annie Rishty, Jessica Silverman, Layne Silverman Abi Simko, Ana Talamas, Anthony Vecchio, Alexis Wasserman, Josh Young. 
The ensemble consists of:

Hillary Borker, Lauren Critelli (co-dance captain), Arielle Fuhrman, Katie DeGuzman, Emma Giulianti (co-dance captain), Molly Greenstone, Ryan Healy, John Lanigan, Peri Margolies, Priyanka Nachane, Emily Nevola, Tilly Pecker, Jackson Rynar, Sam Thor, Samantha Waldenberg, Natalie Yavorski, and Kimia Zehtab.

Assisting with the production are vocal director Michael Jedwabnik, orchestra director Jim Hegedus, Gina Montalto, choreographer; technical director Brian Megaro, stage manager Sam Brown, assistant stage manager Jordan Wagner, Josh Ringler and Matt Borker, co-technical managers; Jaimey Shapey, scenic artist; Alex Erhlich, lighting designer; Austin Biss, assistant lighting designer; Daniel Laveman, sound designer; Caroline Cohen and Max Schnapper, assistant sound designers; Barbara Geiger and Karen Montalto, costumes.

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