"Grease," one of the longest running musicals in history,
will be brought to the stage again by Homewood High School's
Show Choir April 24 and 25 at 7 p.m. in the HHS Auditorium.
available at the door, are $10 for adults and $5 for students.
The musical, about the 1950’s working class teenage
subculture known as the "greasers," focuses on the summer romance between Danny
and Sandy at Rydell High. It explores
the timeless social issues of teenage love, friendship, and rebellion.
The show's score celebrates '50s rock
and roll as well as doo-wop and other contemporary styles.
The leading roles will be played by Mary Bishop Trippe (Sandy) and Fred Gilbert
(Danny). Other cast members are
Sarah Catherine Black, Sarah Morrison, Jenny Rush, Mia Bass, Courtney Agee,
Chelsey Whilding, Payton Gartman, John Harrison Goss,
Randall Nored, Page Martin, Zach Berg, Ty Johnson, Sean Phillips, John DeCastra,
Andrew Oberneder, Philip Asbik, Matt Beidleman, and Byron Mosquera.