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Homestead High School’s 2014 winter musical, “Carousel.” This is the backstage footage!
On Feb. 6, 2014, approximately 100 drama students from all grade levels gathered in the choir room during A and B lunch to educate themselves about abuse. Mary Knetter from Advocates of Ozaukee shared information about the organization itself and the different types of abuse present in today’s society. Rebecca Winnie, Music Director, arranged for the … More Advocates of Ozaukee
The greatest of musicals? HHS’s production makes a convincing case The luxury of hearing the Homestead High School Pit orchestra play Richard Rodgers’s score is beautiful. Does any mainstream piece of musical theatre sound this sophisticated – those flecks of strings, the stopped horns, the chilly bitonal winds heard just before the Carousel Waltz lurches … More Carousel, Homestead High School
Second chance to see the HHS musical Carousel, night at 7:30 in the James Barr Auditorium. Students: $8 Adults: $10 If you bring in an item to donate to the Sojourner Family Peace Center (a home for victims of domestic abuse) you will receive 1 dollar off your ticket. “Carousel” runs through the weekend, so … More Friday Night Happenings… CAROUSEL
According to Kander and Ebb, life is a cabaret. But with Rodgers and Hammerstein, it’s a lot closer to a carousel: life goes round and round and round, but where it stops… nobody truly knows. We do know one thing, though: musical theater hasn’t been the same since. Their classic Carousel was the closest Richard … More Homestead High School’s ‘Carousel’ – How We Love This Musical, and Why