GREASE, the Central Middle School Theater Arts Program production will be performed on April 1 and 2 at 7:00pm. This is the school version of GREASE, with the book, music and lyrics written by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey.
The CMS Theater Arts Program celebrates its 37th year with a cast and crew of 110 highly energetic and talented middle school students. Directed by Christine DiTota and Music Director, CMS music teacher, Rebecca Lipschutz; produced by Bonnie Hann and Kira Seabolt; and choreographed by Christine Gavin, this year’s production of GREASE promises to dish up a lot of “rama lama ka dignity dong!”
Welcome to the singing and dancing world of “Grease,” the most successful movie musical of all time. Good girl Sandy meets leather-clad Danny over the summer in the 1950s and both end up in the same high school in the fall. Will a summer romance survive surrounded by greaser bad boy friends, Burger Palace boys, Pink Ladies, “Pinkettes,” and a beauty school dropout…?
“We have a big cast this year, great songs and a great story,” DiTota said. “This year’s show promises an energy-packed musical not to be missed!”
Tickets at $10/per person are on sale now to the General Public and can be purchased at CMS during lunch hours from 10:15am -12:15pm and just prior to 7:00pm performances on April 1 and 2 at Central Middle School on 9 Indian Rock Lane in Greenwich.