Opening Night for Belmont High's GREASE; Special Student Discount Tonight

Performing Arts Company's production of Broadway hit will run through Saturday.

It's finally here: opening night for the Performing Arts Company's production of the hit Broadway show, GREASE. 

The production is directed and produced by Chris Brindley, choreography by Karen L. Herndandez, music direction by Sean Landers and the pit orchestra conducted by Lauren Haley. 

And students who attend tonight's opener will be able to fill the Belmont High School auditorium at a discount by purchasing $10 tickets on-line.

There will be four performances of the show:

• Thursday, April 4 at 7 p.m.

• Friday, April 5 at 7 p.m.

• Two shows on Saturday, April 6; a matinee at 2 p.m. and closing night at 7 p.m.

Tickets are now on sale for the show: 

$10: Student ticket price for THURSDAY PERFORMANCE ONLY that are available online.

$15: Online Tickets for ALL PERFORMANCES.

You can always attempt to buy your tickets at the door for $18 for all performances but there is a good chance that the shows will be sold out.

Tickets are available online now at www.ticketstage.com. More info is online at bhs-pac.org

Cast of Characters:

Danny Zuko: John Robert Scordino

Sandy Dumbrowski: Miriam Hamburger

Kenickie: Alex Griffin

Sonny LaTierri: J.T. Minor (Sings “Rock and Roll Party Queen” w/Doody)

Roger: David Green (Sings “Mooning”

Doody: Noah Miller-Medzon (Sings “Those Magic Changes”/ “Rock and Roll Party Queen”)

Betty Rizzo: Caralyn Aufiero

Marty: Emma McGlashen

Frenchy: Emma Costa

Jan: Pauline Dent

Eugene Florczyk: Michael Wagner

Patty Simcox: Namh Mulrooney

Miss Lynch (Friday Night/Saturday Matinee): Emma Needles

Miss Lynch (Thursday/Saturday Night): Yulia Katsman

Vince Fontaine (Friday Night/Saturday Matinee): Scott Backman

Vince Fontaine (Thursday/Saturday Night): Chris Van Winkle

Johnny Casino: Nicholas Brancazio (playing guitar part on stage for “Hand Jive”/”Shakin’ At the Hop”)

Cha-Cha DiGregorio: Morgan Wilson

Teen Angel: Henry Dalby 


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