This musical did many things:
It brought back fun memories of Anthony and I in high school,
when Anthony performed as a sailor in South Pacific.
Made me happy because it's one of my favorite musicals.
It made us burst with pride for Tyler!
He auditioned! That surpised us!
150+ choir members auditioned.
1 freshman..TYLER! WOA!
His hard work and dedication to his musical performance and his grades, awesome!
After his debut, we gave him this candy bouquet that I made.
Some of his cast mates below, after the show.
The cast, crew, directors, and orchestra did phenomenal!
Every one's hard work definitely showed!
Their talent is unbelievable as well as their professionalism!
I have a lot more cast pictures to show at another time. Oh they all looked amazing!
The 1940's styles are just so neat to me!
I didn't get to get many pictures of Tyler with friends that came to see him. Just the one above.
I was backstage for the performances.
I really wished I would've gotten a picture of our friends who came opening night. They have triplets, in Carli's class. I was too pre-occupied to take any before. And it was so late (after 10PM on a school night) when it was over, that they were asleep and their parents had to carry them out.
Sunday night, after the last performance, we had a cast party. By the time we got there, it was 11PM. The party was over at almost 2AM. Thankfully there was no school the next day!
Tyler loved every bit of this!
He's definitely found his nitch in high school.
That whole group of kids are really a tight nit family. They've all taken Tyler under their wing.
They've taught him so much and they've become great friends!
I'm pretty sure he's going to be sad with a lot of them graduate this year.