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The weekend play went on despite challenges

Despite an enormous, brief wind that blew down the set and a problem with the sound system right as the show was supposed to start (The show must go on!), Gabe and Ty Coleman of Columbia managed to help pull off High School Musical, Jr. this past weekend with sound and an improvised set.

For those Disney enthusiasts, Gabe played Ryan and Ty played Jack Scott. They did a great job with the singing and dancing. They were the main sources of comedy and got a few laughs.

This story was posted on 2021-06-17 08:34:34
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Gabe Coleman as the character Ryan

2021-06-17 - Photo by Mark Coleman.
Despite weather challenges that rearranged the set, Gabe Coleman played Ryan, singing and dancing in the play High School Musical, Jr., this weekend.

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The show must go on

2021-06-17 - Photo by Mark Coleman.
The play High School Musical, Jr. went on as planned even with weather and technical challenges. Ty Coleman played the character Jack Scott.

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