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Trinity's Production of "Hairspray" Takes Hold and Leaves Audience with Wonderful Perm-anent Memories!

Posted On: 3/5/2019 1:19 PM

Over 85 students participated in this year's annual spring musical,"Hairspray," which marked Trinity's 27th production—all under the direction of Mrs. Mala Kelley. Students rehearsed for the last two months to prepare for three wildly entertaining performances, while other students worked with Mrs. Becky Miller and Mr. Richard Chandler in Set Design and Construction class over the last seven months creating the sets for the grand musical.

Trinity’s annual musical is a unique opportunity for students. Any 10th-12th grader can be in the play and it is completely student-run—from the set design, lights, sound, props, makeup, and choreography. The majority of all the cast and crew are also members of various varsity athletic teams, band, cheer team, dance team, science olympiad team, youth judicial member, and youth legislature participants. They all found time to balance many practices, games, and matches, while rehearsing lines, learning dances, and preparing set changes for the play.

At the conclusion of the final night's performance, the Linda Shands Award for "Excellence in Drama" was awarded to Mollie Flotemersch. This award is named in memory of sixth grade teacher, Linda Shands, and is voted on by cast and crew for a three-year senior participant who reflects the same spirit, encouragement and enthusiasm for performance Mrs. Shands shared with all who knew her.
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