Friday, March 16, 2012
Looking for something to do in Greendale? Enjoy a 'Disney' musical, empty bowls, open market and Clinton Kelly!
Beauty and the Beast musical Last week's musical Beauty and the Beast at Greendale High School was a huge success. The high school theater was transformed into a Broadway-like stage with a live orchestra, first-rate costumes and a magical set. Click here for the full review and photos. Empty Bowls Make sure to come hungry to the musical for the 11th annual Empty Bowls at the high school. Not only will you enjoy a meal of homemade soup and fresh bread served in a handmade ceramic bowl, but you will also help benefit the Hunger Task Force of Milwaukee. Click here for a full description. Greendale Open Market Don't miss another popular open market brought to you by the Greendale Parks and Rec Department. Come check out some apples, artisian …
Saturday, March 10, 2012
Greendale High School Theater presented Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast' to a nearly sold-out crowd on its opening night Friday.
Greendale High School Theatre kicked off its final production of the 2012 season with the Disney classic 'Beauty and the Beast'. The high school theater was transformed into a Broadway-like stage with approximately 100 people working behind the scenes, a live orchestra, first-rate custumes and a well-designed set. One surprise was the intricate choreography of many of the dance scenes. The number where village residents praise Gaston was quite impressive with its mix of song, dance and cup-clanking with the large cast in perfect unison. Choregrapher Karl Miller, along with dance captains Mara Kuzmanovic and Megan McVann, did an outstanding job leading the large ensembles through many dance-oriented scenes. Impressive stage designs and …
Sunday, February 26, 2012
The musical will be at Greendale High School.
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Sunday, February 26, 2012
Saturday, November 19, 2011
High school students perform "Once in a Life Time" - a satire of three struggling vaudville actors who head to Hollywood in the 1920s.
Greendale High School theatre performed its 2011 fall play, "Once in a Life Time", Thursday evening. The play, set in 1920s Hollywood, was directed by Eric Christiansen, an English and theatre teacher at the high school. Kathy Andrzejewski, costume designer, took us back to the fun and glorious fashion of the times. The main characters May (Kelly Korek), George (Burgoyne Hughes) and Jerry (Will Raasch) head to Hollywood to cash in on the latest fad: talkies. Throughout their journey and efforts, they meet some colorful characters along the way.