After a quick drive up the interstate I found myself back in my old high school for a performance of the school's spring musical. This time it was a wonderful interpretation of Disney's Aladdin. Yes, there was music, dancing, a blue genie and general merriment. It wasn't as big a production as the fall show but the smaller cast gave it their all and the audience was treated to a show full of energy and fun.
Thirty-two years later the auditorium looks pretty much the same as it did when I worked the stage crew for our production of Fiddler on the Roof. The sets look a tad fancier these days but the smiles and shrieks of the cast at the end of the show are just as wide and loud as they were back in my day.
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