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- Dark, desperate, desolate ‘Go Ask Alice’ exhibits power of student performance/tech skills
- Enthusiastic ensemble, elegant choreography underscore powers/limits of love in Woodrow Wilson’s ‘West Side Story’
- Hilarity, impeccable timing, remarkable set highlighted in Tuscarora High School’s “Noises Off”
- The Lady from Maxim’s, explodes with love triangles, inebriation, ensemble brilliance, set wizardry in West Springfield High School’s French farce
- Strong performances and expert tech ushered in Oakton’s “Elephant’s Graveyard” showing mounting intensity as spellbound audience ‘watched’ elephant’s execution
- Herndon High School’s ‘Seussical’ plays to all hearts: tech magic, vocal elegance, charm, and innocence encapsulated!
- Strong characterization, charming set design, costumes hallmark George Mason High School’s rendering of ‘Oklahoma’
- Filled with tech sorcery, Poe’s nightmares brought to life by Briar Woods’ dedicated ensemble in Nevermore!
- Ensemble talent and tech magic infuse enchantment into St. Stephens St. Agnes School’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’