‘Rewind and Revive’

Maggie Falkenburg, Nation Writer

The annual spring production, similar to the fall production, will look a little different this year. The Fall Drama Honors Society production of “Clue” was rehearsed, recorded and displayed fully through Zoom, an application everyone has become familiar with this school year. The same will be true for the first show of 2021.

“Rewind and Revive”, the production’s title, sums up what makes this show unique from past productions. It celebrates the past ten years of theatre at South by bringing back performances from the last decade. A total of eleven scenes, songs and monologues have been chosen. Some of the musicals and plays set to share the stage and be relived once again are “Spamalot”, “Midsummer Night’s Dream”, “Singing in the Rain”, “Fiddler on the Roof”, and “Oliver”. 

Before each segment, a quick summary of that specific show will reveal the scene that will be enacted. These summaries have been written by the cast themselves and shall be read by them as well. The performance will be released March 26th. Students will be able to view it with a link accessing the Zoom recorded show.