It's time once again for the Canton High Drama Club's annual fall musical. It is going to be hard to top last year's smash performance of Legally Blonde but I am sure this year will be just as great!
As I am sure most readers know, Footloose was originally a 1984 movie starring Kevin Bacon. It was modified for a stage production in 1998 and the movie was re-made in 2011.
Footloose is the story of teenager Ren McCormack, a big-city Chicago teen who moves to a small town with his mother. Under the influence of a local minister, the town has banned all dancing and rock music. Eventually, Ren gets friends at his new high school to petition the town to drop the band so that they can hold a senior prom. I'm sure you know how it ends - with the senior prom, giant dance number and even the minister and his wife dancing.
Footloose is full of fun music and great dancing and is sure to be enjoyed by all audiences.
Auditions were held at the beginning of the school year in September. Cast & crew have been working hard rehearsing lines, songs, dances and building sets and gathering props. The final rehearsals are this week as the show comes together.
Canton High Drama's productions are always filled with so many talented performers from the leads, the characters and the chorus to the amazing tech crew. I am really looking forward to this year's show.
Thank you to the Canton Public Schools and the Town of Canton for continuing to support arts in our public schools. Special thanks to Director Stephanie Shapiro for directing another smash hit.
Performances are at 7:00 pm at Canton High's Morse Auditorium. Admission is $12.00 for regular admission and $10.00 for students, staff members and senior citizens.
Want a sneak preview? Watch the trailer!
For a full weekend of the arts, you can attend Why We Dance on Friday night and Footloose on Saturday night!
Canton has a lot to offer whether your interests are the arts, sports, outdoor recreation or anything in between. To learn more about life in Canton, contact your Canton MA Buyer Broker.
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