WESTON, Conn. -- A group of students from Weston High School recently gave a sneak peek of their upcoming show "Legally Blonde" to a local church audience.
The students are preparing for their performances at the high school later this month.
But first, they took the stage recently at Weston's Emmanuel Church, which saluted the talent of the aspiring actors and singers of Weston High School through the showcase "Broadway Bound: A Tribute to WHS Company."
Members of WHS Company have entertained audiences through both classic and contemporary productions over the years. The showcase also featured music from the Greater Bridgeport Symphony Brass Quintette and from past WHS Company shows.
The show also featured a door prize package of dinner for two at The Lunch Box and two tickets to "Legally Blonde."
The full performance of "Legally Blonde" will debut on Thursday, March 31, at 7:30 p.m., with additional performances on Friday, April 1, and Saturday, April 2 at 8 p.m., and a matinee on Sunday, April 3, at 3 p.m.
WHS Company is a student-run theater organization, founded in 1984, and the high school's largest club, at 90 members strong.
Liz Morris is the show's director, and Paul Levin, Monzelle Schmeideck and Patricia Goodrich are its producers.
"WHS Company is both thrilled to be recognized by the community, and grateful to Emmanuel Church for initiating 'Broadway Bound.' We're also thankful for the opportunity to celebrate our cast, while promoting the arts at large in Weston and beyond," said Morris.
For more information about WHS Company, visit its website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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