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ACHS will present 'Legally Blonde the Musical' at Hodge Center
Production will feature 21 Adair County students
"Legally Blonde: the Musical" will be performed at 10amCT & 7pmCT, Thu 20 Apr 2016, and at 7pmCT, Fri 21 Apr 2017, in Lindsey Wilson College's LWC's Norma & Glenn Hodge Center, 402 Helen Flatt Drive, Columbia, KY.
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By Wes Feese
Media Relations, Adair County Schools
Adair County High School theatre students were hard at work Monday afternoon at Lindsey Wilson College's Hodge Center, rehearsing and putting the finishing touches on its upcoming production "Legally Blonde: The Musical" which debuts Thursday.
"We started on it back in November, working on the music, then moved on to choreography and staging over the past nine weeks," explains ACHS arts and humanities teacher Brett Reliford, the show's director. "The idea is that we have surrounding communities with successful arts councils, but not really in Columbia. Lindsey Wilson has a tremendous theatre program, so hopefully this kind of opens that door for high school students."
The musical will feature 17 songs and include 21 Adair County students. ACHS music teacher Ginna Marsh is serving as music director. Marsh and Reliford hope that the musical will provide students with theatre experience that cannot be duplicated in a classroom.
"I'm very proud of these kids and their enthusiasm and cooperation," Reliford says. "They have come to class and rehearsal every day with good attitudes and tried to make this as successful as they can."
This story was posted on 2017-04-18 13:45:15
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