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BRHS livens up stage with “Grease”

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
By theleader

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Nick Summers plays Danny Zuko in the family friendly school-version of Grease, which opens Friday night at 7 p.m. The opening night will be a Cancer Awareness Performance. Any patrons who have survived cancer, or who shave their head, will receive free admission. The musical will be running Friday, Saturday and Monday at 7 p.m. for the next two weeks. However, this Saturday’s performance is only a 1 p.m. matinee. Anyone dressing in 50’s clothing for the matinee will get in for $2. Get your tickets early at showtix4u.com.

50’s again

“Grease” livens up BRHS stage

Peggy Bradfield
Leader Staff Writer

The poodle skirts, ponytails, slicked hair with handy back-pocket combs and drive-in ready convertibles are back—at least on stage at Bear River High. “Grease-The School Edition” opened last Friday and is set for three more nights.
“This edited version of the original features all the beloved hits from ‘Grease,’” drama coach Bradley Skinner said, “but the content has been changed to make this show suitable for the entire family.”
Leads Krissy Nichols and Nick Summers play Sandy and Danny. Both are strong vocalists and dancers. As a whole, the group of actors are cast well. Other leading male roles are Micah Roberts, Kenickie; Jordan Conrad, Doody; Jared Thompson, Roger and Jake Rudd as Sonny. The Pink Ladies are Vanessa Loveland, Rizzo; Rikki Robbins, Marty; Anna Evans, Frenchy and Catherine Evans, Jan.

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